Thanks to special hydroponic technology, this Mason jar is self-watering. In other words: it will grow organic parsley all by itself, just two to three months after seeds are planted.
An organic farm in the Hudson Valley delivers the makings for a dozen different exotic fruits, veggies, and grains—think purple peacock broccoli, tri-color bean blend, and an amaranth mix—packed with fiber seed starter trays and growing instructions.
Designed for little hands, this clear plastic case lets children observe radishes, carrots and onions as they sprout. Labels and a growth chart help educate young gardeners.
This beautiful recycled steel container can function as an actual window box, or live indoors as a kitchen table centerpiece. Either way, the heirloom strawberry seeds promise to develop flavorful fruit at any time of the year.
Delicate edible blossoms are a fun way to dress up salads, but can be hard to find outside of seasonal farmers markets. The solution: plant four different colorful varieties in biodegradable paper pots that nest inside a pretty wooden crate.
With this dome terrarium, it’s quick and easy to harvest a couple pounds of tasty fungi—which might cost about $18 per pound in a grocery store.