My first bromiliad in WaterBeads is doing very well. It has been in for two months now and even survived the cold of the Ice rink at our last trade show. As you can see by the picture, I decided to use colors that combined the leaves and the flower. Now, I’m sure some of […]Read More →
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Green Castle Adventures is a very earth conscious company. That’s why we are pioneering a drive to have ALL water bead dealers offer recycle programs for the packaging that your little gems come in. Science44 WaterBeads come in plastic vials, and although they are no more good to throw away than the little baggies and […]Read More →
What Are WaterBeads? WaterBeads are a great way to take care of your indoor plants and fresh cut flowers. They absorb a lot of water in a very short time, and then they take weeks to slowly disperse it to your plants. How does it do that? The best way to describe the make up […]Read More →
on September 27, 2010in Blog, Care/Maintenance, WaterBeadstags: care for water beads, care for waterbeads, how to care for water beads, how to care for waterbeads, hydrating water beads, hydrating waterbeads
I have been running through many trials with my WaterBeads lately. We are about to start a full-time booth at the Bonita Springs, Flamingo Isles Flea Market next weekend, so I have been preparing lots of colors and planning displays and such. After being confronted about a mold issue (see Mold on WaterBeads), I have […]Read More →
Particles that cause mold are actually everywhere in our homes. From dust particles, which are mostly human skin, to pollen from the plants and flowers we put in the WaterBeads and decomposition of plant parts as they fall off into their container below. Most of these particles float around our homes and wind up getting […]Read More →
Many people who love to decorate also like to put things away in storage for later. If you are one of the constant change decorators, you might be wondering how to store WaterBeads. Dehydrate! That one word might be a little more complicated than it sounds though. After going through some trial and errors on […]Read More →
My ongoing love for the ocean has made me recreate a “Piece of Ocean” center piece over and over again. This past weekend…a fish-bowl style for the Rotary Park craft fair we attended, which was a quaint little fair that may turn into something quite grand over time. On to grander seas! I found the […]Read More →
I was quite amazed to see that WaterBeads was available on Facebook pages. There are at least a dozen on-line dealers that I know that are quite diligent at marketing. But, I guess none of them have made it as far as Facebook…until now. I am the proud owner of: Please “like” me there and […]Read More →
Finally, I have our new video. Now you can see more beautiful displays, watch them grow, and truly see just how great these little vials of magic are.Read More →
A lot of people ask, how much volume do you get with one vial of water beads?We are the only company that sell our water beads in a Vial. So it does make it a little more difficult to see who is offering the better deal. Do the vials hole more or do any of […]Read More →