Radius Garden has committed 10% of its net sales from now through the end of May to support local agricultural projects in developing countries through Kiva.org. Please let your friends know and help us support this worthy cause. Radius will provide periodic updates on its Facebook page.

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Carrie Engel, noted gardening expert, demonstrates the Ground Hog and Garden Shark rakes.

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Nov 062010

Radius Garden supports Hope In Bloom. Hope In Bloom is a 501(c)(3) organization that plants gardens free of charge at the homes of women and men undergoing treatment for breast cancer. (For more information, please visit our website www.hopeinbloom.org). We hope these gardens will bring comfort and hope to individuals and their families coping with the effects of therapy.

Read what Arthritis Today, the official publication of the Arthritis Foundation, says about Radius tools.Note: Radius does not pay for endorsements. Radius has not paid any fees to the Arthritis Foundation.

Jun 142010

Thank you again for the donation you made to the Ann Arbor Adopt-A-Park program. The volunteer park adopters *loved* the trowels and weeders. The attached picture is of Anne Banister at Wheeler Park. She said, “Thanks for the fabulous weeding tool — it is miraculous!!”

Tina Roselle
Adopt-A-Park Coordinator
Natural Area Preservation
City of Ann Arbor

Radius was featured on the cover of the May greenworld magazine cover. greenworld is Australia’s leading horticultural marketing and retailing magazine.

John Cavill is a gardening expert and writer who has won a Royal Horticultural Society Silver medal in 2006 & 2009. He gardens professionally in private gardens, commercial and public areas plus schools and allotments. Here’s what he says about Radius tools: “Radius tools are fresh, functional and fabulous to use. Their advanced ergonomic design is a true breakthrough for gardeners and they really do make light work of the toughest garden jobs. As a professional gardener I have put my tools through their paces and they pass with flying colours!”

Apr 302010

Joe Lamp’l, aka “Joe Gardener,” says “Gardening Doesn’t Have to Hurt, Just Because I’m Getting Older!” See the full article here.