Our Oriental Vegetables collection features vegetables that you will find in oriental cuisine. The veggies and herbs in this collection will add a spice of the Orient to your garden.
These days our small friends who help the plants need all the assistance they can get. With that in mind, we assembled our Best for Beneficials collection. These are plants that support our pollinators, a collection of flowers, vegetables and herbs, that act as host or nectar plants for the various insects and birds that […]
Our Favorite Fragrants collection has all of our flowers that are renowned for their fantastic aroma. Pleasant to both the nose and eye, these flowers make great additions to any house, garden, or patio. View our collection of Fragrant Flowers and add some to your garden today! Here are directions on how to plant Hart […]
Flowers can add wonderful color and fragrance to any location, and it’s so easy to do from seed! With over 120 different flowers to choose from, we are sure you’ll find that perfect flower to brighten any spot. View some of the products in our Flower Collection below! Here are directions on how to plant […]
Our Southern Choice Collection features vegetables that you will find in classic southern cuisine along with other favorites from the south. These varieties thrive in warmer climates and longer seasons. Carefully customized for best growing results!
Those beautiful black swallowtail butterflies have been hard at work finding mates and leaving the eggs of the next generation on our bronze fennel! This little guy (featured above) has probably been hiding in the leaves for a week since he’s about 1/4″ long now. He’ll keep eating and growing, shedding his skin and growing […]
This very special day began 45 years ago to encourage people to care about the environment. A simple way to express your love and respect of the earth is to give a child a seed and plant it together. You’ll be surprised what will grow from that simple act. Is it spring YET???? It doesn’t […]
Don’t let this snow fool you, spring officially begins at 6:45 today. The day will be as long as the night (vernal equinox) and from now until the first day of summer, we will have more hours of sunlight than darkness. I looked for signs of spring around the garden today before the snow began […]
It’s St. Patrick’s Day and the spring equinox is almost here. One traditional way to celebrate the “green” is to plant your peas. Looking around New England this year, the garden is just not ready for them. But we have a solution – plant peas inside to harvest as shoots. You may have seen these […]
Yes, I admit it. I’m not fond of cabbage, but I love corned beef! And it’s time to celebrate the “green”. Which led me to experiment. Many of the brassica family are grown as microgreens – a way to get that tangy flavor and crunch packed with nutrition. Could a few cabbage shoots give me […]