You choose the size of the garden and the type of food (the theme); we get the plants started and deliver a growing garden to your yard. See how it works.
Our gardens come complete with the plants growing, so all you have to do is follow the care sheet guidelines and then eat your produce. Please see our care guide for specific instructions, trouble shooting, and feasting ideas!
Our watering system may be added to your order. It comes complete with drip irrigation and a convenient timer. Please see our care guide for information on how and when to water your garden.
We can replace your plants for you each season. Also, our care guide can guide you through starting your own seedlings and eventually harvesting them.
We suggest you purchase a shotgun. Just kidding! See our care guide for tips in avoiding disease and varmints.
Fertilizer is not a bad word — fertilizer just means food and nutrients, which can come from organic components. You do need to feed your garden periodically, especially when it shows the signs described in the care sheet. We recommend that you order some of our organic fertilizer.
For most of our gardens, 8 hours of sunlight would be ideal. You can check this by putting a stick in the ground where you want your garden. Watch the shadow throughout the day. When it appears, start your timer. When it disappears, check to see if you have eight hours. If you don't get that much sun just order our Shady Grove themed garden, it requires much less light.
Often! And any way you want! You can't really mess up a fresh, home-grown tomato. Unless you try do too much. A sharp knife helps, then salt, pepper, and basil.
A basic recipe is the following, but play around with it. Use sun-dried tomatoes, or throw in some lemon zest. Buy some of our cinnamon scented basil. The most important consideration is to use good ingredients.
5 cups basil leaves
1/4 cup parsley
3/4 cup olive oil
2 Tbs garlic
1/2 cup pine nuts
1 tsp salt
1/2 cup romano/parmesan/pecorino cheese