St. Louis Green is growing greener by the day. The plastic pot recycling program called “Pots-to-Planks”, which was started by the Missouri Botanical Garden, is now managed by STLOUIS GREEN (DOT) com. The program recycles plastic gardening pots, trays, and planters into durable landscape timbers. These timbers can be used for retaining walls, raising garden beds, and used for edging. They are great for the environment and the garden! The eight-foot, ninety-pound landscape timbers will not rot or decay so you can go green with a lifetime of use. If you’re interested in finding out more about the Garden’s pot recycling program, watch the video below.
Great news for the St. Louis Surge! The team closed out their season on top! Check out how the Surge defeated the Flint Monarchs in their last home game. Stay tuned to see if the Surge make it to the playoffs. https://youtu.be/oxHFBOI04-M