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  • Our Manifesto
    Founded in 1983, Gardener's Supply is dedicated to planting seeds of knowledge and inspiration in the hearts of gardeners everywhere.
  • Green Up Your Gift Wrapping
    Beautiful wrapping can add mystery and excitement to a gift, and you can make thoughtful choices that are kind to the earth. Here are some ideas to make your gifts a feast for the eye without feeding the landfill.
  • Drought-Tolerant Perennials
    Here are some of our favorite perennials that tolerate dry conditions. Drought-tolerance varies from one region to the other, so be sure to get advice from good gardeners in your area.
  • How to Grow Coleus
    Though it has fallen in and out of favor over the past couple of centuries, coleus is popular again, and the selection is better than ever.
  • Plans for Cutting Gardens
    Details for two gardens that ensure bouquets from summer to fall.
  • Turn Green Tomatoes into Lively Condiments
    Frying isn't the only option. Tart and firm, green tomatoes hold up well in long-cooked relishes and chutneys.
  • Succulent Idea Book
    Explore a collection of beautiful, drought-tolerant planters featuring easy-care succulents that thrive indoors and out.
  • Use LED Candles to Create Holiday Decor
    Flame-free LED candles can be used safely in inspiring centerpieces and decor.
  • Flowering Bulbs for Baskets, Bouquets and Gardens
    Begonias, such as this Golden Wave Begonia, are especially useful because they bloom in the shade. Packed with the promise of summer blooms, spring-planted bulbs guarantee months of color and fragrance.
  • Why Our Grow Bags are Better
    Patented fabric air-prunes and aerates roots. Handles make them easy to move.
  • How to Plant a Tree or Shrub
    Planting trees and shrubs too deep is the No. 1 reason that they die in landscapes.
  • When to Water
    Does my houseplant need water? When is it time to water the vegetable garden?
  • Grilled Sugar Snap Peas with Spicy Peanut Sauce
    Dip these lightly charred peas into the spicy peanut sauce for a delicious snack. Or create a simple meal by adding grilled tofu or chicken and rice.
  • Don't Forget to Feed Your Plants
    There's no easier way to improve plant health, pest and disease resistance, flower and fruit production and overall beauty.
  • Sweet Potatoes
    Sweet potatoes are hot-climate favorites. If you're growing it in the north, it will benefit from a bit of coaxing, but you can still get good results.
  • How to Grow Sweet Potatoes
    Learn to grow sweet potatoes in garden beds, raised beds or our Potato Grow Bags.
  • Watering
    In a perfect world, Mother Nature would provide an inch of rain each week to keep our vegetables and flowers perfectly happy.
  • Eco-Friendly Flower-Arranging Techniques
    Discover earth-friendly flower-arranging techniques -- ditch the traditional florist foam.
  • Top 5 Reasons to Plant in Fall
    We often think of spring as the ideal time to plant, and in many cases it is. However, autumn provides a second — and sometimes better — opportunity to get trees, shrubs, and perennials in the ground.
  • Rejuvenate Your Flower Garden in Fall
    Fall is a great time to freshen up your garden with new plants. You can rejuvenate a spring-planted container with new colors for the season.
  • Urban Gardening Techniques
    If you're living in an apartment with a little balcony, a townhouse, or even a smaller single family home, there are plenty of ways to grow some of your own food. All you have to do is adjust your gardening strategy based on your unique growing environment.
  • How to Grow Dahlias
    Because there are so many varieties, choosing dahlias is much more difficult than growing them. With a little effort, you can save the tubers for another year.
  • How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions
    When stored correctly in their own papery wrappers, some types of onions will maintain their quality for as long as a year.
  • Growing Bulbs Indoors
    When winter's chill forces the gardener to move indoors, windowsills come into bloom.
  • Backyard Berries
    Berries and other so-called small fruits generally don't require as much space as full-size fruit trees, and by growing several different types, you can enjoy home-grown fruit from early summer through late fall.
  • Top Crops for Small Vegetable Gardens
    Growing a small garden is like living in a small house: it is not as easy as it looks. Choose the right plants and you'll have a bountiful harvest.
  • The Basics: Gardening in Raised Beds
    Discover the joys of growing veggies in raised garden beds. You can enjoy a plentiful harvest, even in the first year!