Find nature-inspired décor and sure-to-please gifts at Serene & Green Home, one of our new Shop by Inspiration collections.
What’s in a name? In our case, quite a lot! Gardener’s Supply is proud to have grown up in an area called “the Intervale,” a river valley filled with farms and forestland just minutes from do [...]
New for 2013: Safari
It’s hard to beat amaryllis for eye-catching beauty and easy care. And watching an amaryllis bulb come into flower is nothing short of a miracle. This year, we’re proud to add five new varieties to our amaryllis lineup, including Safari, a variety offered only by [...]
Cymbidium Half Moon ‘Wonderland’
A turnip flower
“What makes this plant an orchid and not a turnip?” asks Steve Robinson, enticing visitors like me to stop and chat with him at an exhibit of Latin American orchids. Robinson, a docent at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, carefully shows me the back of [...]
From Seed to Harvest in 23 Days
I’m still waiting for spring. Waiting — impatiently — to get out there and garden. But no matter the weather, you can grow and harvest a crop of microgreens just a few weeks. Kind of takes the edge off.
Spring is coming. It’s so close, I can taste it.
For more information, read the article, How to [...]
Jumbo Boot Tray
When it comes to humble, hardworking products, our Boot Tray makes the top of the list. It’s simple, sturdy and contains the mess. Nothing fancy. In recent years, our customers have shown us that the Boot Tray is not just for boots.
Shop for Boot Trays
However you decide to use our trays, they are available in three siz [...]
Microgreens, about a week old.
Those delicate, miniature greens decorating your chef-prepared restaurant meal may not only look beautiful and taste delicious, they could be an unexpected source of important nutrients.
A recent study reported in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that microgreen cotyledons, or seed leaves, ha [...]
Blue hyacinths in full, fragrant bloom.
As the seed catalogs arrive, I get the urge to do some gardening. The only thing that stands in my way is a foot of snow.
Hyacinth bulbs that have already been chilled
It’s a little early for seedstarting. So, to satisfy my desire for the smell of moist earth, I’ve potted up some hyacinth bu [...]
A Lavender Plant makes a wonderful winter houseplant and thoughtful gift.
If you’re looking for a houseplant that’s a little different, consider a lavender plant. With proper care, this “living bouquet” offers months of fragrance and bloom indoors.
Start by placing your plant in a sunny south-facing window, where it wi [...]