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Wake Up With Al show on the Weather Channel

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On Monday morning March 2nd, I went on the Wake Up With Al show on The Weather Channel. It is such a fun show to go on even though it's an early wake up time. Starting your day with Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams is as fun as it looks. I even brought my dad, Ed, along and got him on TV!

WUWA Product setup

The winter and early spring is Home and Garden show season, and I have been lucky enough to go to a few shows. They are great places to scout for new products and trends. 

The first item I talked about was the Fiskars Power Gear 2 loppers. These are an essential tool for anyones outdoor maitenance arsenal. They have more power than any other loppers making it easier to trim all the broken branches the winter has left you with. 

I was walking around the Knoxville Home and Garden show and I saw these GreenStalk stackable container gardens. I knew I had to talk about these as urban farming and container gardening are such hot trends right now. This product can hold up to 90 plants and you are only taking up less than two feet of space! 

Curb appeal is so important with houses. It is the first impression people get when walking into your house. This door hardware by Emtek is just the way to brighten up your front door and kick up the curb appeal. 

It has been a long, cold winter for much of the country. I have cut and split lots of firewood to heat my house. The GreenWorks battery powered chainsaw helped me accomplish this task. It will make 200 cuts on one charge and you don't have to worry about gas!

When CapeCod had a three day blizzard this winter I got to brag about how many steps I walked while clearing out driveways and homes. I walked almost 40,000 steps!!! The FitBit makes it fun to compete with friends and family and it checks your heart rate too. 

It was a fun morning segment. If you missed it click here and check it out. 

Hope you enjoyed it and if you have products you think I would like or have fun with email me! Think Spring!

Posted on March 3, 2015 and filed under Container Gardens, TV.