Ciranda is happy to participate in the Fifteenth Annual Artful Garden Tour which will be held this weekend, June 29 and 30, from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday and from 1 PM to 4 PM on Sunday in Hudson, WI.
The tour begins at the Octagon House, 1004 Third St. in Hudson, WI. It consists of seven gardens in the Hudson area that are filled with beautiful plantings and many interesting garden features, such as waterfalls, ponds, footpaths, sculpture, streams, water gardens and koi ponds.
Welcome to Ciranda’s sustainable and organic garden!
We invite you to our Organic Garden Tour:
Saturday June 1 from 10 AM to 2 PM
221 Vine Street , Hudson, WI
We are located on the intersection of 3rd St and Vine St, in a white house. You'll find us, outside, in the garden.
This event will feature information on sustainable gardening and lawn care, eco-friendly mowers, composting, native plants, a rain garden and an urban beehive.
Please join us for this event rain or shine! We look forward to meeting you and learning about your efforts as well.
Ciranda is dedicated to selling organic ingredients which are all Non-GMO. In order to give greater assurance to our customer of the non-GMO status of our ingredients, we have gained the Non-GMO Project Verified certifcation.
At Ciranda, we have recently added solar panels to the roof of our conference room to help produce some of the electricity that we use in the office. Plans for more solar panels for the main building are in the works and we will update you when these are in place!
Ciranda installed a rain water pond on company grounds in the summer of 2012. Now home to 10 colorful koi and a variety of water plants, the pond provides a beautiful and relaxing garden atmosphere for employees and prevents basement flooding at company headquarters.
In the spring of 2012, we established two bee hives on the grounds at Ciranda to provide a home for honey bees and an on-site source for nature’s sweetest treat – honey! With the help of the University of Minnesota’s Bee Squad, the colonies have continued to grow and thrive throughout the summer. Today our growing bee population is ranging up to five miles away to gather pollen and nectar for the hives. By season’s end, Ciranda’s hives are expected to produce 2 gallons of honey.