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Ecological Importance

Welcome to Ellen Blossom, where differences are made. Becoming one with nature. <3



Oh, how easy life must be for Earth's nearly invisible ecosystem. Billions of microscopic insects and spirited birds live in this world. Imagine a warm evening on the back porch and the sun shining on your skin. The air you breathe feels so light. The birds are chirping, butterflies fluttering and those annoying bugs are buzzing, yet the moment is calming.


Neutralizing Soils


Hover over me.

God has a plan for you.

Jeremiah 29:11


Do you know what kind of soil you have at your home? 

For most people, determining what minerals are in their soil is a difficult task. Great news for you! We will go over the different types of soils and how to maintain a balance of nutrients. Take a look at our simple display of what components make each type of soil. 


Loam soil is a type of soil that is a mixture of sand, silt, and clay. It is known for its ability to retain moisture and nutrients, making it ideal for growing plants. Loam soil is rich in nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, which are essential for plant growth. Additionally, loam soil has a neutral pH level, which is also beneficial for plant growth.


When we are talking about ecosystems we are not simply saying the bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. No, we dig deep into the 5 main biotic factors:  animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, and protists. Do you want to dig more? 

We have strict standards when it comes to what we produce and never compromise on quality. This is especially true when it comes to the first-rate materials we use. Our customers deserve the highest level of products on the market, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards.

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