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Thrive and Grow Gardens Offers Home Garden Consults

Michael Ismail

Michael Ismail

Thrive and Grow Gardens serves the Tucson community by helping people in designing and maintaining backyard vegetable gardens, and with their products which include raised garden beds, compost bins, potato boxes and irrigation ollas. Thrive and Grow is now offering Natural Awakenings readers 15 percent off their first Garden Consult.

“Sustainability is a vital element of our practice. We integrate efficient systems and teach sensible horticulture practices such as soil building and intensive planting,” explains Michael Ismail, owner of Thrive and Grow Gardens. “We are furthering this mission by offering our clients design, irrigation and soil consultations and continual garden maintenance.”
   
Ismail says, “Access to fresh and nutritious foods should be important to everyone, and especially in these times of supply chain disruptions, securing your own means of food production is even more important.”

For more information, call 520-305-3127, email [email protected] or visit ThriveAndGrowGardens.com. See ad, page 11.

Thrive and Grow Gardens - Tucson AZ

Thrive and Grow Gardens - Tucson, AZ

Thrive and Grow Gardens designs and helps maintain backyard vegetable gardens with our products and services, which include raised garden beds, compost systems, potato boxes, irrigation o... Read More » 

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