Spring is in bloom with our May partners!

April showers bring May flowers...or at least that is how the saying goes

HINGHAM, Mass. - BostonChron -- I love May! Flowers are blooming, the grass is greener, and everything looks fresh and new. It is a time to be outdoors and enjoy the warming sun. Our May partners helped us welcome in the nicer weather with some fun offers. We still had some cool and rainy days but here in New England we enjoy each drop of sunshine we can get!

The National Garden Bureau offered a FREE eBook on what to plant for pollinators. Now is the perfect time to plant and attract pollinators to help your garden flourish all summer long.

Sew Daily shared their Kitchen Pattern Collection. Learn the basics of sewing while you create the perfect handmade accessories to use in the kitchen this spring and summer!

There were two great offers from M2Media for a Birthday Rewardand Spring Magazine Special. Look through their extensive catalogue to find those magazines that will make your Spring complete.

Fine Gardening is where you'll find all the advice and information you need to plan and tend to your garden in your region. Local experts are constantly adding new insights and tips. Plus, the regional plant guide will help you pick the right plants for your climate.

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Spirituality & Health offered us a free eBook "Harness the Power of the Moon". Explore the spiritual meaning of each of the moon's phases to better understand what's happening in our world. Develop a moon-based yoga practice to nourish the body and the mind.

Experience Life reminded us that Spring is the best time to declutter with their E-Book The Art of Enough: 5 Tips for Decluttering. This E-Book contains 5 helpful ideas on how to let go of the things you do not need and find what brings you joy in life.

JRM Chemicals introduced us to SoilMoist which is safe, non-toxic, and used in both horticultural and agricultural applications. SoilMoist are water-storing granules that absorb water, then release the water to the soil when needed and can reduce irrigation frequency by 50% and last 3-5 years in the soil.

May bloomed into a great time over here at Mequoda Publishing Network. Our gardens are flourishing and we can't wait to see what ripens in June. If you have something that you think would be of interest to our audience, please reach out to me at christy@mequoda.com

As always, thank you for being a supporter of Mequoda Publishing Network!

Christy Page

Source: Mequoda Publishing Network

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