From a five-star review by “Bill the gardener” of Hemet, CA.
Watermelon and squash growing in the Elevated Cedar Raised Bed
We purchased our raised bed planters last year and this is the second year growing food in them. Thought it was about time I did a review. Yes, we get compliments on how good they look, but the main thing fo [...]
We’re always looking for ways to improve our products, so we test, test and retest in our “backyard” here in Burlington, VT. It’s a great way for us to review existing products and develop new ones.
Tomato Success Kits, thriving in the heat of Sun City, AZ.
Virginia Adams of Sun City, AZ, one of the many garden [...]
Terrazza planters hold tomatoes, supported by Tomato Ladders.
Gina serves lunch after the gardening is complete.
Last week — on a rare day free of rain — volunteers from the marketing department went to rejuvenate some gardens at a facility that serves Burlington’s homeless. We spent the morning digging out weeds and planting a fresh ba [...]
We get this question a lot:
“This year, I grew a bunch of eggplants, eight tomatoes, and several chile pepper plants in my elevated raised beds, Terrazza planters and a 3×6 raised bed. I have read that next year, I should not plant any of these in the same place as I did this year. What is a small-space gardener to do?”
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.
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However you decide to use our trays, they are available in three siz [...]
With our new mixes, gardeners go from seed to harvest — 100 percent organic!
Our Germinating Mix has been a longtime favorite among folks who start their own seeds. Online reviewers give it high marks because the finely textured blend makes an excellent “foundation” for seedlings and ensures fast growth, well-develop [...]
When it comes to annuals, gardeners can get a little, well, snooty. Some disdain any plant that’s not a perennial. But the fact is, annuals provide some of the best non-stop color in a garden. Sure, they only last one season, but they bloom more than any perennial ever could.
This is what my friend Kathy came up with when I challenged [...]
Alan Edwards shared this photo with his product review of the Revolution Planter. He uses the top of the planter to grow peppers. To keep them watered, he’s set up a drip irrigation system.
Alan has used the top half of the Revolution Planter to grow peppers. Tomatoes grow from the bottom.
When you review a product on gardeners.com, you [...]