Resources

As Fusion Organics intends to help homeowners take care of their homes, we also want to share all the information we can find online about home and garden care. Here are several websites and pages that our team has gathered after a thorough search through the Internet.

1. University of Maryland Extension – Home and Garden Information Center

This website is dedicated to the residents of Maryland but can be accessed by anyone anywhere in the world. It provides a lot of useful information about environment-friendly information about gardening. There are pages called Earth-Friendly, Plants, and Master Gardener. The website is maintained by the IET (Information & Education Technology) Department of the College of Agriculture & Sciences of the University of Maryland.

2. University of Connecticut Home & Garden Education Center

This website describes itself as “a horticultural informational resource for the citizens of Connecticut and beyond.” It has sections called Healthy Homes, Food Safety, Plan Diagnostic Lab, Soil Nutrient Analysis Lab, and a Master Gardener Program.

3. Garden.org

This website has a page called Plant Care Guides, which is a list of popular plants and some relevant information that you might find helpful, especially if you have a or are starting a garden. It is a complete and comprehensive guide that’s easy to use, all you need to do is click, and you’ll find what you need. The plants featured are categorized accordingly.

4. Resource Decor

Resource Décor features creative collaborations aimed at helping you make your home more aesthetically pleasing. You can also browse through featured products and purchase them online. Each product comes with a detailed description, so it will be easy for you to find what you need. Around nine distinctive brands are featured by Resource Décor.

5. Coco Kelley

Coco Kelley is one of the best blogs on home décor and related topics. Founded in 2007 by Cassandra La Valle, its goal is to help homeowners come up with fresh ideas for creating a “well-styled” life.