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To Fans and Loyal Customers of GHS:

December 29th, 2009

garden We’d like to offer our sincere thanks to you for making 2009 a great year for Garden Harvest Supply. We appreciate your business, and your patronage has allowed us to continue expanding and enhancing our site, our products, and our services. Ushering in 2010, we hope you are able to look back with appreciation on all that was good for you in 2009, too.

Through the hardships many Americans faced the past year, there have been numerous bright spots. Our nation’s economy is recovering from a rough ride, and the uncertain future has forced us to examine what’s truly important in life. The season of giving has never had more meaning. The materialism of the ’90s has been replaced with a more retrospective, caring and selfless attitude in our society.

Less self-centered living has given us a deeper respect for nature. Our homes have become our sanctuaries, and simpler lifestyles mean a higher quality of life. Growing our own food is becoming necessary for budgetary reasons, as well as for our nutrition, our physical health, and our spiritual well-being. Organic gardening empowers us to enjoy the very best the earth has to offer.

Garden Harvest Supply is now accepting orders for spring plants for landscaping, gardening and home decorating. (We also sell a full line of organic seeds year-round.) Live plants will arrive as soon as it’s safe to ship them to your growing zone. Don’t forget to purchase fertilizers, soil amendments, and ergonomic gardening tools, to make this spring’s garden your most enjoyable, most productive, ever. Order your plants now, to ensure they’re available. Plant a rainbow of vegetable colors to get the widest array of nutrients out of your produce.  We wish you a fantastic New Year, and we’re here to help you plan a bounteous spring garden.

Again, thank you for making our year wonderful, and we look forward to serving you in the future.

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