Tuesday, May 17, 2016

May 19th is Plant Something Day and Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® Challenge

May 19th is Plant Something Day, and Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® is challenging people to unplug from the craziness of their day-to-day lives, get outside, dig into the dirt and plant their favorite flowers, herbs, vegetables or fruit. And Plant Something Day is a part of a larger effort to get people outside and planting. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day is offering multiple ways for people to get involved:

· Shop Online: For every order on MrsMeyers.com between May 9 and June 15, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day will donate $5 towards a $20,000 donation to the American Community Garden Association (ACGA).

· Garden in Your Hometown: From May 9 – June 15, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day will include a slip of basil seed paper with every online order – up to 2,500 orders. Even those without a green thumb can plant these seeds with ease: just tear the paper, plant, water and watch it grow.

· Volunteer in Chicago: If you’re located in the Chicago area, join Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day and other volunteers to get your hands dirty at the Global Gardens Refugee Training Farm for a day of planting.

When you do dig into the soil, you don’t need to fret the mess. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day has you covered with plant-derived ingredients and essential oils to powerfully fight dirt and grime.

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