How’s that Garden Growing?!
It's finally summertime for most zones in the Continental US! To us that means watching the fruits (...and flowers and vegetables and herbs) of our early season labor grow. We're starting to harvest our first crops and plan for the next round. We have some favorite new products to share like our Drip Irrigation and new wood 4ft bed - perfect together for a small space garden. We have ours set up with a foot by foot garden plan. We have also been using SUPERthrive to keep our plants happy and roots growing strong. This is the season we live for, get out there and keep growing!
New Products + New Videos!
Fall Plantlings prep is underway!
Plantlings are coming soon for fall in our 4” size. Mums, Ornamental Kale, and other cold weather favorites!PRE ORDER
Glamour Red Ornamental Kale 2-Pack 4” Plantlings
Mums Golden Cheryl 2-Pack 4” Plantlings
Cabbage Stonehead 2-Pack 4” Plantlings
What you need now: Hand Tools
Tending to your garden should feel like a treat! Having the right tool for the job is imperative to a positive gardening day. Weather it’s the perfect trowel to dig deep, a quality Hori Hori knife that serves so many purposes in the garden, or the cultivator that allows you to loosen soil to remove debris or weeds, we have the right tools that will last a lifetime!
Hand Razor Hoe
Premium Hori Hori
5-in-1 Hand Multi Weeder
Are you using SUPERthrive yet?
Looking to grow strong roots on young plants?
Use SUPERthrive original vitamin solution.
Need a quality balanced fertilizer?
Our granular 4-4-4 is ideal forked into your soil.
Yellowing leaves on plants looking for added nitrogen?
Well, that’s a job for our liquid plant food with oceanic fish!LEARN MORE ABOUT SUPERTHRIVE
The practice of succession planting is a way of of staggering your planting so that they reach maturity on a staggered schedule. The results are having a steady production of vegetables and saving space by replacing old plants with new ones throughout the season!READ THE BLOG
For crops with short growing seasons, you can use the succession planting technique to replant a space with a later season crop.