Sarasota's Earth's Ally Brings Organic Products to Home Gardeners

Hunting & Gathering

Photo courtesy of Earth's Ally, 6801 Energy Ct Suite 201, Sarasota,

This spring is proving there’s not only lasting interest in gardening, "with 18.3 million new gardeners as a result of the pandemic," according to Earth's Ally, but there’s also explosive demand for chemical-free, natural pesticides. The Sarasota start-up continues to make a name for itself in the organic agricultural industry by strictly and exclusively using 100% non-toxic and all-natural ingredients for its line of gardening products—including its Insect Control, Disease Control and Weed & Grass Killer formulas, which have even been proven more effective when compared to similar products that include chemicals and synthetics. Its complete lineup of Bee Safe all-natural gardening products has been scrutinized by independent laboratories and field-tested by farmers to ensure the brand really does what they say they do: support healthier plant growth for passionate and eco-minded home gardeners. 

With an alliteration-friendly mantra to remain safe for the four important P's: people, pets, pollinators and the planet, Earth's Ally has since expanded to meet the high demand this last year spent mostly at home or in our backyards—growing to nationwide reach in distribution and landing a game-changing Lowe's Distribution Partnership deal. You can now find Earth's Ally on the shelves of 500+ Lowe's locations nationwide, as well as online at, Amazon and various other gardening stores including its own e-shop here

Photo courtesy of Earth's Ally, 6801 Energy Ct Suite 201, Sarasota,

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