iZOBi will help to bridge the gap between cryptocurrency and real-world usage through a marketplace for home and other services.

KAUNAS, LT, LITHUANIA, April 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — iZOBi is a new app that will allow customers to find and book a service provider for a variety of home services in less than one minute. The app will connect customers with freelance providers for services including electrical repair and installation, plumbing, carpentry, painting, gardening, cleaning, nannying, caretaking, and dog walking. Since many have lost jobs due to Covid-19, iZOBi also provides a unique opportunity for service providers to access an instant customer base and work independently. iZOBi tokens, accessible in the blockchain-powered ecosystem, will be the primary currency for all transactions on the platform.

iZOBi is a new platform built for a world where people are increasingly using cryptocurrency to pay for everyday purchases. The founders of iZOBi see this as one of the dramatic changes in the on-demand industry since the credit card and have built their platform around a vision of revolutionizing the on-demand service industry by melding cryptocurrency with everyday consumption. The ecosystem will be based on the iZOBi token, which will serve as a login method for the platform, a means of payment for services, and cover freelancers' transactional risk until the trade is complete.

iZOBi also serves as a solution to promote transparency, efficiency, contract security, and high-quality standards. It can often take hours to find a professional for home service, and many of the available services are expensive due to lack of competition. iZOBi offers the ability to book a professional in just one click, with a model similar to other app marketplaces like Uber that allow customers to book services in their area, and ensure quality through ratings.

iZOBi uses blockchain technology to imagine a more transparent and efficient way of working. This technology allows contracts to be embedded in digital code and stored in transparent and secure databases. Every process, contract, and payment would have a digital record and identifiable signature, eliminating friction in the world of freelance work and on-demand services. By allowing individuals, organizations, machines, and algorithms to work together, iZOBi is harnessing blockchain technology to change the world of on-demand services.

The iZOBi handyman app will offer unique features including a fee as low as 25% on every order, fixed hourly rates with two price options for customers, customer reviews. The app will work in two phases, a Customers' App, and a Service Providers' App. Customers will be able to enter their location and find a professional nearby, and select services from available ones listed on the provider's profile.

"The iZOBi Handyman App will be a bridge to the crypto community," said iZOBi founder Deividas Babinskas. "The blockchain-powered ecosystem will allow people to use cryptocurrency in their everyday transactions and experience the benefits of this type of currency and marketplace in the digital age."

The iZOBi token is currently in the pre-ICO phase and iZOBi’s ICO will begin on April 30th. iZOBi tokens are available at a lower price in this initial phase and will be available to sell at a higher price or use for services in the next stages of the app's development. The global online home services market has been growing, and iZOBi aims to capture this expanding market through its unique and innovative platform and currency. The app will function first in Lithuania, but there are plans to expand it into a variety of other countries including the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, Canada, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Norway, Finland, Ukraine, Austria, Denmark, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates, Slovakia, and Italy.

More information about iZOBi including descriptions of the app, the business plan, and a place to buy tokens are available at https://www.izobi.io/.

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Prêt À Pousser Launches Nano Garden, a Smart Garden for Growing Flowers Indoors

After 8 years of research, startup Prêt à Pousser unveils Nano Garden, an indoor smart hydroponic garden to easily grow long-lasting flowers indoors.

PARIS, FRANCE, April 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — After eight years of research inspired by NASA's technology, French startup Prêt à Pousser (a French expression meaning “Ready to Grow”) unveils Nano Garden. An elegant indoor smart garden allows consumers to grow long-lasting flowers in a living room, kitchen or office. Nano Garden uses patented hydroponic technology, an app-enabled grow light and all-in- one plant pod to allow gardening within everyone's reach.

Bring home the benefits of the slow flower therapy movement

The benefits of flowers on emotional and physical health is a given, but buying a bouquet of flowers isn't always the best solution due to the cut-flower industry's significant impact on the environment. Almost 80% of the 6.8 billion flowers sold annually in the U.S. are imported, the majority being grown in Colombia or Ecuador.

Prêt à Pousser revolutionizes gardening by allowing individuals to grow flowers themselves and indoors, without gardening gloves and messy potting soil.

Inside Nano Garden, the journey from seed to flower is just a few weeks, a unique flower bouquet will bloom directly in its planter, with no need for cutting or trimming. The homegrown bouquet lasts five times longer than harvested flowers.

Many people ask for the presence of plants in their home, even more since the beginning of the pandemic and the time spent indoors which has increased a lot, but do not dare to start gardening at home because they are afraid that it is complicated and do not have a green thumb! It is to meet this demand that Prêt à Pousser has developed Nano Garden, to make gardening within everyone's reach.

A unique design for growing 50+ plant varieties

Food lovers can also grow fruits and vegetables, herbs and salads with Nano. 50+ varieties are available: the perfect solution for growing juicy Strawberries on any desk and spicy Basil in the kitchen.

Despite its advanced technology, Nano's minimalist design is easy on the eyes. The sharp design is the result of a collaboration with designer Alain Berteau ("Designer of the year", 2006). An aesthetic feat achieved by integrating six carefully selected colors, ranging from an earthy terracotta to a vibrant green.

Thanks to its signature combination of unique style and advanced technology, Prêt à Pousser has already sold over 200K indoor gardens throughout Europe. With a running start on the active Kickstarter campaign, Nano will contribute to the spread of indoor gardeners worldwide.

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Where We Bloom's book jacket artwork depicts the Toronto floral studio of designer and stylist Cynthia Zamaria of House & Flower (c) Robin Stubbert

Where We Bloom’s book jacket artwork depicts the Toronto floral studio of designer and stylist Cynthia Zamaria of House & Flower (c) Robin Stubbert

Debra Prinzing stands in her personal greenhouse, which inspires her to profile other floral professionals in Where We Bloom (c) Missy Palacol

Debra Prinzing stands in her personal greenhouse, which inspires her to profile other floral professionals in Where We Bloom (c) Missy Palacol

Seattle floral workshop of Maura Whalen, Casablanca Floral, as featured in Where We Bloom (c) Alessandra Brescia

Seattle floral workshop of Maura Whalen, Casablanca Floral, as featured in Where We Bloom (c) Alessandra Brescia

Where We Bloom showcases ideas to inspire the design, interiors, organization, and of course, functionality of your creative floral studio.

The romance of devoting space to the pursuit of one's art isn't lost on the flower farmers, designers, and florists whose stories are shared here.”

— Debra Prinzing

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Just in time for gardening season, Where We Bloom delivers a fresh crop of beautiful plant- and flower-filled settings of designers, farmer-florists, and growers. Each environment reflects the personality and aesthetic style of its owner, offering great ideas to inspire the design, organization, and functionality of a creative studio. Readers are invited to step inside the places where flowers are planted, harvested, arranged and brought to life as an artistic expression of their owners.

For Where We Bloom, Debra Prinzing collected stories of innovative and inviting spaces that reflect the talents and creativity of thirty-seven members of the Slow Flowers Society, which she founded in 2013. The book features a diversity of locations, from urban flower shops in Brooklyn and San Francisco to a century-old barn in Virginia and a shade structure in Arizona's high desert. Many of the designs reflect their owners' sustainable values, incorporating salvaged windows and doors and repurposed building materials, while others give new life to vintage vehicles, from a classic Ford pickup truck and 1968 'Fan Camper' to a Japanese fire engine and retired U.S. postal van. Elderly carports and industrial warehouses are home to now-verdant studios, and other workshops are embedded in their owners' cutting gardens, U-pick flower fields or overlooking fragrant rows of lavender.

"Learn what motivated these floral entrepreneurs to put down roots in botanical destinations that reflect their aesthetic, and how their needs and interests inspired the design, both practically and aesthetically," Prinzing says. Where We Bloom is illustrated with 133 photographs depicting architecture, interiors, landscapes and decorating ideas for flower and gardening enthusiasts and floral professionals alike.

The opening pages of Where We Bloom include a foreword by respected floral artist Emily Thompson, whose essay notes, "For those who have made (flowers) our life's work, creating a sense of place is central to our practice." In Prinzing's introduction that follows, the author writes, "The romance of devoting space to the pursuit of one's art isn't lost on the flower farmers, designers, and florists whose stories are shared here."

Indeed, the narratives express the immeasurable and intangible ways each setting is beloved by the one who occupies it, and in turn, fosters in readers new ideas and imagination as they discover their own place to bloom.

Accolades for Where We Bloom:

"Reading this book was pure joy, from the moment I opened the first chapter. As a writer and visual artist it is so important to me to have my own studio for creativity. In the pages of Where We Bloom, you can feel the love, inspiration, and a sense of magic — simply by peeking into the private worlds of these floral artists."
Mary Ann Newcomer, Scribe/Scout/Speaker, Gardens of the Wild Wild West

"Where We Bloom is filled with ideas for creating your own inspiring space, be it for home or work! It is the kind of book you will keep close and pick up often for inspiration."
Gillian Mathews, Ravenna Gardens

"In her writing and thinking, Debra Prinzing reminds us that patience produces glorious results, as does a lifetime of wisdom. Her intuitive knowledge and love of the earth oozes from each page of Where We Bloom and teaches everyone about the joys of slowing down, trusting the process, and learning the secrets the garden offers."
Jill Brooke, Founder, Flowerpowerdaily.com and floral editor for Aspire Design and Home Magazine

Book Specs:
Where We Bloom
ISBN 978-1-7368481-0-4
Soft back with flap, 128 pages
133 full color photographs throughout

About the Author:
Debra Prinzing is a Seattle-based writer, speaker and leading advocate for American-grown flowers. Through her many Slow Flowers-branded projects, she has convened a national conversation that encourages consumers and professionals alike to make conscious choices about their floral purchases. Debra is the producer of SlowFlowers.com, the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast" and the American Flowers Week (June 28-July 4) campaign. She is author of 12 books, including The 50 Mile Bouquet and Slow Flowers Journal – Volume One.

About BLOOM Imprint:
Between them, Robin Avni and Debra Prinzing have produced and published more than 20 lifestyle, design, architecture, floral and gardening titles. They formed BLOOM Imprint as a boutique publishing company with the mission of identifying creative entrepreneurial book ideas and growing them — from the seed of an initial concept to a finished product. As they publish new authors and consult with aspiring ones, the partners believe that producing a book is ultimately one of the most strategic marketing endeavors available to creatives.

About Slow Flowers:
Slow Flowers is an inclusive community dedicated to preserving domestic flower farms and supporting a floral industry that relies on a safe, seasonal and local supply of sustainably-farmed flowers and foliage. Our members are engaged in all facets of the U.S. flower industry. The Slow Flowers Movement began in 2013 with the publication of Debra Prinzing's book, Slow Flowers, and has ignited the imaginations of flower lovers, florists, flower farmers and growers across the U.S. (and around the globe). Learn more at slowflowerssociety.com.

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Give a gift of trees this Ramadan, urges Dake Rechsand. Partners with Goumbook’s new sustainability project

Gift a Tree this Ramadan

Goumbook’s Heritage Forest project is an opportunity for corporates to align with the Middle East's sustainability goals, says Dake Rechsand.

Today, as part of their CSR initiatives, companies and institutions can plant between 100 to 1000 trees and, in doing so, unlock quantifiable economic, social, and environmental benefits.”

— Chandra Dake

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, April 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dake Rechsand, a Dubai-based company offering sustainable solutions in water conservation and desert farming, has partnered with Dubai-based social enterprise Goumbook, as part of the Heritage Forest project. The first-of-its-kind project in the Middle East encourages companies and institutions to extend Ramadan’s spirit of giving, to the region’s sustainability cause.

Increased participation in greening office campuses, as well as tree-planting drives, could propel the region closer to its green and sustainability goals, the companies appealed. The Heritage Forest, which ties in with the Dubai Agenda 2040, is a multi-stakeholder initiative aimed at reforesting degraded urban, suburban, and desert plots, in the UAE. The initiative will do this using hardy indigenous plant species, by applying innovative planting technologies, and a rigorous scientific monitoring system.

The region’s quest for a sustainable future is becoming increasingly evident in the UAE, which has made a strong case to lead economic revival, through exemplary management of the pandemic, and simultaneous socio-economic reforms. This moment in time presents an ideal opportunity for meaningful contributions to the green agenda, Dake Rechsand explained.

“Many organizations and institutions are showing an increased enthusiasm for socially-conscious initiatives,” said Chandra Dake, CEO and Founder of Dake Rechsand. “For the UAE, issues such as desertification and water scarcity represent an existential challenge. Therefore, in the Ramadan spirit of giving, and creating a better world, we believe there has never been a better time for greening office spaces, or undertaking tree-planting initiatives. The cascade effect of such corporate initiatives often leads to employees taking on gardening, and other sustainable green practices, at home”.

Substantiating Chandra’s claim is a comprehensive study, which notes that one tree absorbs 20kgs of dust and 20 tons of carbon annually, while “swallowing up” 80kgs of mercury, lithium, and lead-based suspensions. In addition, one tree creates 700kgs of oxygen, and purifies 100,000 m2 of polluted air in a year, the study has found.

“In line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals of creating social, economic, and environmental benefits, all plant species chosen for our Heritage Forests offer specific environmental, medicinal and/or economic benefits,” said Goumbook’s Founder Tatiana Antonelli Abella. “The resulting Heritage Forests are a network of green spaces that take over low-density urban or desert areas, with a mix of indigenous, drought-tolerant tree species and an understorey of shrubs and herbaceous plants.”

On the economic front, trees raise property value by a large percentage. In a tree appraisal by the American Forestry Association, a single tree was found to provide $73 worth of air conditioning, $75 worth of erosion control, $75 worth of wildlife shelter, and $50 worth of pollution reduction. To put this into perspective, the compounding of the total $273 for 50 years, at 5% interest, would amount to a whopping $57,151.

Since tree planting initiatives in the Middle East rely on conventional methods that are severely restricted by water scarcity, Dake Rechsand is offering its Breathable Sand solution, which enables optimal plant growth, with nearly 80% less water use. This transformative solution is now being backed by advocates for large-scale tree planting initiatives, such as Goumbook, which has the distinction of planting over 95,000 ghafs in the region.

"Ghaf is an indigenous plant in the UAE, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. Thanks to its drought–tolerant and evergreen properties, it is possibly the sturdiest plant in harsh desert environments," Tatiana Antonelli Abella explained. "It can be seen growing on low sand dunes, undulating sand sheets, and along margins of gravel plains, in the Emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah. The tree taps water stored deep underneath the sand surface, with roots that penetrate as deep as 30 meters. Thus, ghaf is able to sustain itself under very low rainfall, and still stay green.”

For their part, Dake Rechsand is committed to empowering corporates, educational institutions, communities, and sustainability champions all across the Middle East, as partners that make it possible for all interested parties to contribute to the greening of the region, using the scalable and water-wise Breathable Sand solution.

“Ghaf is a drought-tolerant tree that exemplifies resilience. It’s a habitat for birds like yellow-throated sparrows and long-legged buzzards, an indicator of underground water, and a cultural insignia," explained Chandra Dake. “Dake Rechsand would like to extend an invitation to all ecologically conscious entities in the GCC, to commit to being sustainability champions, and leverage our breakthrough technology to help transform the region through water-wise tree planting initiatives. Together, we can make a dramatic difference to the net carbon-footprint and extent of green cover, within the region”.

"Today, as part of CSR initiatives, companies and institutions can plant between 100 to 1000 trees and, in doing so, unlock quantifiable economic, social, and environmental benefits. Trees are a gift that keeps on giving, and there’s no better time than Ramadan, to contribute to creating a better and more sustainable world", Chandra added, in closing.

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Kent Gardening Firm Helps Local Post-covid Economy to Blossom

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Paddock Maintenance

Kent firm is helping local residents & businesses to transform their gardens and outdoor spaces in readiness for summer.

People from all over the UK will be coming to the visit ‘The Garden of England’ this summer as they can’t get abroad. We want them to see it at its best.””

— Steve Johnson

TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT, UNITED KINGDOM, April 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the UK emerges from lockdown, a Kent firm is helping local businesses and residents to boost the post-Covid economy – transforming their gardens and outdoor spaces in readiness for the anticipated boost in trade and tourism this summer.

Johnson Land Services, based in Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells, is now providing professional lawn care alongside its usual landscaping services and tree surgery. With foreign travel still restricted and staycations set to be the norm this year, the company aims to help everyone from B&B owners and Airbnb hosts to pub landlords with beer gardens, to attract more trade by making the most of the outdoor spaces that they offer their customers.

With over 17 years of experience, operating throughout Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex and Kent, the firm understands the importance of local business. Over the years, it has helped companies throughout the South East to grow, quite literally, from the ground up.

Always striving to reduce its impact on the natural environment, the company’s new lawn care and mowing service includes weed control, moss control and a nutrient programme – elements that work together to transform any scrubby patch of grass into a lawn worthy of Centre Court at Wimbledon or the pristine quad of an Oxbridge college.

In addition, the team are also providing paddock maintenance for equestrian yards – another new service aimed at helping the region’s leisure industry to recover in the wake of the pandemic.

Steven Johnson, owner and director of Johnson Land Services, said: “It goes without saying that this last year has been extremely tough in so many ways. We’re trying to do our bit now to help the local economy to get back on track. It doesn’t matter if it’s a cosy little residential garden or a big beer garden – a beautiful outdoor space with a lush lawn will always make you feel happier and attract more customers. People from all over the UK will be coming to the visit ‘The Garden of England’ this summer as they can’t get abroad. We want them to see it at its best.”

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AeroGarden Debuts “Harvest Sage Wellness Garden Bundle” with World Champion Gymnast & Wellness Advocate Aly Raisman

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Aly Raisman with her AeroGarden Harvest Sage Wellness Garden Bundle

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AeroGarden Harvest Sage Wellness Bundle

New Self-Care Bundle Debuts as Thoughtful Gift for Mother’s Day

BOULDER, CO, USA, April 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Just in time for Mother’s Day, AeroGarden, the world’s leading manufacturer of smart, hydroponic indoor garden systems and World Champion gymnast and avid gardener Aly Raisman collaborated to create a new offering, the Harvest Sage Wellness Garden Bundle.

Since announcing their partnership last fall, AeroGarden and Raisman have been working together to showcase their shared passion for gardening by highlighting the important role it plays in Raisman’s wellness routine to encourage others to begin their gardening journeys.

Now, AeroGarden is releasing a new bundle, which incorporates a Wellness Garden Seed Pod Kit curated by Raisman, including basil, mint, chamomile, sage, spring flowers, and lavender, all plants she uses in her self-care routine. The limited-edition release also includes the popular countertop Harvest AeroGarden, which requires no sun, soil, or outdoor space and allows anyone to grow herbs, flowers, salads greens, and veggies 365 days a year. Additionally, each Wellness Garden Bundle will include a special insert featuring a note from Raisman for aspiring gardeners ready to embark on their gardening and wellness journey. This new offering aims to highlight many of the meditative and calming effects of gardening to give mom, or any recipient, the gift of self-care all year round.

"I bought my mom her first AeroGarden a few years ago because she loves gardening and it enabled her to garden all year round,” explained Raisman. “Since then, it has become a shared passion of ours and an important part of my own wellness journey. Gardening brings me a sense of calm and reminds me to be in the moment. I have personally found the little things we do for ourselves throughout the day can make a big difference."

“At AeroGarden, we recognize the healing and meditative qualities of gardening for self-care and wellness,” said Tina Edwards, Brand Manager. “Aly Raisman is a big proponent of these benefits, and she’s chosen herbs and flowers that promote wellbeing and health for her signature seed pod kit. This special garden will help bring harmony, calm, and wellness with lavender, which is great for aromatherapy, chamomile and mint for making soothing teas, and sage and spring floral stock for enjoying a moment of beauty and peace.”

The new AeroGarden Harvest Sage Wellness Garden Bundle, which includes the Wellness Seed Pod Kit, the sage-colored Harvest AeroGarden, a Seed Starting system, and the note from Raisman, will launch exclusively at AeroGarden.com on April 20th and is priced at $109.95.

About AeroGrow International, Inc.
Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, AeroGrow International, Inc. is the leader in the rapidly growing indoor gardening category. AeroGardens allow anyone to grow farmer's market fresh herbs, salad greens, tomatoes and other vegetables, flowers and more, indoors, all-year-round, so simply and easily that no green thumb is required Since introducing the first AeroGarden in March 2006, AeroGrow has expanded its product line to include multiple gardens with different price points and consumer benefits. AeroGarden also offers a variety of products for use in its gardens, including Seed Pod Kits, Grow Lights, liquid nutrients, and accessory products. For more information, please visit www.AeroGarden.com, and our social channels: Instagram: @officialaerogarden, Facebook: @officialaerogarden, and Twitter: @aerogarden.

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Luxury Senior Apartment Community in Manalapan, N.J., Highlights 5 Surprising Health Benefits of Gardening

A pleasant drive from Staten Island, the Villas offers a range of amenities and services sensitive to the lifestyle, health and daily needs of its residents

MANALAPAN, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, April 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Spring is here and health advocates at the posh Villas senior apartment community in Manalapan, N.J., view the season as a perfect time to get your garden growing while benefitting from a variety of unanticipated perks.

According to some wellness experts, working in your garden can actually improve your health. With health in mind, the Villas is sharing the following five surprising health benefits of getting your hands dirty in your garden:


Breathing in fresh air boosts oxygen intake which can boost brain levels of serotonin – our “happy chemical.” This helps maintain a healthy emotional state and combat depression. Sunlight exposure also signals the brain to produce serotonin. There are also certain microbes in the soil that can activate neurons which produce serotonin. Your serotonin levels will be skyrocketing after some time in your garden.


Moderate amounts of sunlight bring health benefits, one of which is an immune system boost. UV rays are known to kill and suppress viruses and bacteria. The boost in vitamin D from sun exposure may also improve immune health. Exposure to soil microbes, particularly in childhood, helps build a stronger immune system, as well. If you consider the nutrients you will get by eating your fresh harvest, your immune system will be strengthened even more.


Gardening provides a moderate level physical activity, specifically when using hand tools. Since you are distracted when you are working, you won’t even realize how much exercise you are indeed getting. You will burn calories, build muscle, improve balance, and strengthen your bones.


A study in the Netherlands suggests gardening fights stress better than some other hobbies by hormonally reducing stress and improving mood.


A 2006 study found that gardening could lower risk of dementia by 36 percent. The research found that physical activity, particularly in the form of gardening, could reduce incidence of dementia in future years.

About the Villas

Situated on seven wooded acres in Manalapan, N.J., a short distance from Staten Island, N.Y., the Villas is a luxurious senior apartment community reflecting the ambiance and accommodations of a world-class resort. Offering a range of amenities and services sensitive to the lifestyle, health and daily needs of its residents, the complex – orchestrated by Hackensack Meridian Health – is uniquely focused on wellness and prevention, and ideal for singles and couples alike.

The upscale 100,000-square-foot community offers a unique arrangement of supervision and increased healthcare with onsite physician services. Providing for independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care on specialized floors, the Villas eliminates the need to relocate elsewhere due to health issues, allowing couples to remain together in a comforting, well-managed, posh environment.

The Villas is located at 289 Gordons Corner Road, Manalapan, NJ 07726. For information, the Villas may be reached at 732-847-3920, contacted via www.villashmh.com/contact, and visited online at www.villashmh.com.

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"The Cloud Moves On – End Time Insights" Delves into Christian Eschatology

The Cloud Moves On: End Time Insights

The Cloud Moves On: End Time Insights

Val Pym

Val Pym

Val Pym explains how the Cloud of the Spirit leads the Church towards its destiny in Earth

I would like to assure readers that, though things look dark and sometimes frightening, there are great times ahead. If your faith is in Christ and His Cross, you need not be shaken or afraid.”

— Val Pym

QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, April 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Christian eschatology, prophecies about the End Times, have been a subject of fascination and research for countless believers. Val Pym delves into the matter with her own exploration of the Scripture. With "The Cloud Moves On – End of Time Insights" she charts how the Church, or the mystical body of Christ, is approaching its destiny on Earth.

In the pages of her treatise, she explains how the Cloud of the Spirit is guiding the Church towards its fate as the "Glorious Church" destined to usher in the Kingdom of God on Earth as it is in Heaven. Her book contains five parts that use the Typology of Israel, in which she unlocks spiritual truths that will aid her readers in realizing deeper revelations. She expounds upon the identity and nature of the Church, and the spiritual truths that compel it towards its course.

She reveals how when Christ left the infant Church, they had a commission to make disciples of all of the nations. The promise was that the Holy Spirit would guide the community of faith into all truth and show them things to come as Jesus promised . She likens this to the pillar of cloud and fire that led the Israelites to their Promised Land. She draws from Church history and the history of Israel as chronicled in the Bible to establish the pattern or trajectory of the Church. She holds that this shows that the Church is soon to move into times of victory and glory in following the Cloud of the Spirit.

"I felt I needed to share the great revelations I was receiving as I studied the Types of Israel and to try to make people aware of the significance of the times in which we live." Pym says. "I would like to assure readers that, though things look dark and sometimes frightening, there are great times ahead. If your faith is in Christ and His Cross, you need not be shaken or afraid."

About the Author
Val Pym hailed from the south of Queensland Australia but now resides with husband Rob in the tropical north. She is the mother of four children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pym has been studying the Scriptures for many years and believes that the key to unlocking the Bible is found in God's dealings with Israel, the pattern nation. She loves to read and enjoys a bit of gardening.

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Wisconsin-grown and locally owned business opens first-ever Greenhouse/Garden Center in Downtown Milwaukee

Milwaukee's Walkers Point Adds New Greenhouse/Garden Center

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, April 7, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — 414 Flowers, a unique pop-up greenhouse/garden center, announced plans to open their third greenhouse/garden in Milwaukee's Walkers Point on May 1, 2021. The new location, at 209 E. National Ave located between Harbor View and Walkers Point neighborhoods, will be home to the only greenhouse/garden center in downtown Milwaukee.

414 Flowers specializes in the greenhouse/garden pop-up concept, a unique take on the traditional seasonal garden center. After only four years in business and securing three locations, success appears inevitable for owner George Holtz and his one-off business model as the company is already negotiating a fourth and fifth location in the greater Milwaukee area.

Greenhouses and garden centers are not a novel idea so what drives this business’s success?
By converting all their locations into greenhouses, 414 Flowers can maintain a high-quality plant stock, keep the climate-controlled, and offer an overall more pleasant shopping experience. The dome-like structures offer a variety of display tables and trellises on the interior and exterior while providing a high-quality selection of annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, patio pots, herbs, and vegetables at very affordable prices.

Also, unlike big box garden centers, 414 Flowers offers products solely from Wisconsin's growers, including Stange's Greenhouse, Milwaukee, Prange's in Jackson, Wausaukee Plant Market Mequon, and Schroeder's Fox Valley Greenhouse.

"Choosing to add our third location to Walkers Point was simple," says owner George Holtz. "Walkers-Point is fast-growing with a diverse neighborhood known for its nightlife scene. It's the exciting place to live and visit in Milwaukee," Holtz added.

Perfect timing might be on Holtz's side, as with the COVID pandemic, gardening is popular again. When the lockdown hit, more people gravitated to plant gardens. Whether due to fears, food insecurity, lack of funds, or simply finding something to do to pass the time, the gardening boom left suppliers depleted of seeds and inventory. One national retailer even reported more seeds sold in 2020 than any year prior since opening in 1876.

Besides the new Walkers Point location, 414 Flowers has two additional spots. One located outside of the Wauwatosa Outpost at 7000 W. State Street and another is located at the Outpost in Bayview at 2826 S. Kinnikinnic Avenue. All three locations will be open May 1 through July 2, seven days a week Monday through Friday, 11 am to 7 pm, Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30 am to 7:30 pm.

You can learn more about 414 Flowers by logging onto their new website at www.414Flowers.com.

About 414 Flowers
Since being a kid, George Holtz has always been into flowers and plants. He also remembered going to a pop-up store many years ago when he was inspired to bring the combination of flowers and plants to metro-Milwaukee residents. By hiring knowledgeable staff and focusing on local growers, George knew that he could offer something to his customers that no one else could.


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