Earth’s Ally also recently announced a new retail partnership with Ace Hardware.
SARASOTA — Earth’s Ally, a company that sells a natural line of organic gardening products, has started a new retail partnership with home improvement retailer Lowe’s.
Beginning in May 2021, the complete line of the Sarasota-based company's organic gardening products, Insect Control, Disease Control and Weed & Grass Killer, will be available at more than 500 Lowe’s retail stores nationwide. All Earth’s Ally products are now available on Lowes.com as well.
The products are already available on Amazon and the Home Depot website. The company also recently announced a new retail partnership with Ace Hardware. Beginning in March, the complete line of Earth’s Ally products, Insect Control, Disease Control and Weed & Grass Killer will be available at more than 60 NorCal Ace Retailer Group locations throughout California.
“Recently, we’ve seen a big increase in interest in our safe, effective gardening products that are made with non-toxic, natural ingredients," says Earth’s Ally CEO and President Scott Allshouse in a statement. "Retailers are listening to new, and existing, gardeners who want products that are safe around their families and pets, but still work. We’re proud to offer products that meet this need perfectly and make them available nationwide through a home improvement leader like Lowe’s."
Earth’s Ally says its products are safe for people, pets and the planet. Its products use food-grade ingredients. According to a press release, Earth’s Ally is dedicated to educating consumers on the harmful use of synthetic chemicals in pesticides and providing more access to its products for home gardeners, landscapers and municipalities.
Earth's Ally protects pollinators by offering a line of Bee Safe gardening products that have been scrutinized and tested by independent laboratories to ensure they are both effective and safe, the statement says.
Editor's Note: This article was edited to reflect that Earth's Ally products are already available on Amazon and the Home Depot website.