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  • How to Choose a Solar Garden Light
    Solar-powered lights are an increasingly popular choice for garden and landscape lighting. They are affordable, easy to install and can be relocated easily.
  • How to Grow Vegetables Indoors
    Want to grow edibles indoors? With the right amount of light, you can grow your own herbs, leafy greens, and small fruits indoors, even in small spaces.
  • Gardening Under Grow Lights
    Grow lights keep you gardening year-round! Learn how energy efficient grow lights can make sturdy seedlings, zesty herbs and microgreens, and lush flowering houseplants an indoor reality.
  • How to Choose a Grow Light
    Learn how to choose the right grow lights for growing plants and seedlings indoors.
  • How Solar Lights Work
    It's easy to see why outdoor solar lighting is all the rage: no electricity required, no wiring. You can install it yourself.
  • How to Grow Basil Indoors
    It's easy to grow basil indoors, as long as you provide warmth and light. Start from seed and you'll always have a fresh crop on hand.
  • Design a Garden That Glows at Night
    Solar garden lights, fragrance, and foliage help your garden stay inviting, even into the evening hours.
  • Grow Tomatoes from Seed
    Tomatoes are quick to germinate and fun to grow. Learn how to start your own tomatoes from seed.
  • 5 Ways to Keep Gardening All Winter Long
    Winter feel just a little too cold and a little too long? There are plenty of ways to keep your green thumb going indoors until spring.
  • Watch: Stack-n-Grow Light System
    All about our modular grow light system.
  • Instructions for the Deep-Root Seedstarting System
    How to set up your seedlings for success with our Deep Root Seed Starting Kit.
  • How to Grow Lettuce Indoors
    With the right amount of light, it's fairly easy to grow lettuce indoors, all through the winter.
  • Raccoon
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Opossum Control
    Prevent opossums from rummaging around your garden with repellants, fencing, and good old scare tactics.
  • How to Start Seeds
    Learn how to start seeds -- with the right light and some simple equipment, seedstarting can be fun and easy!
  • Growing Tomatoes from Seed to Harvest
    Tomato plants are one of the easiest plants to start from seed. Watch and learn how to grow your own fresh tomatoes.
  • How to Thin Out Crowded Seedlings
    When faced with a flat of crowded seedlings, use a scissors to thin them out.
  • How to Grow Herbs Indoors
    With grow lights or a sunny windowsill, you can keep your kitchen supplied with fresh herbs all year-round.
  • Growing Hemp Indoors with a ScrOG Growing System
    Learn how to successfully grow hemp using a “screen of green” (ScrOG) growing system that maximizes bud production by trellising plants on a horizontal screen.
  • How to Grow African Violets
    African violets have been popular houseplants for nearly 100 years, and with good reason. With the right care, many plants can bloom nonstop.
  • Grow Geraniums from Seed
    "There is no trick to growing geraniums from seed," says Valerie Ryan, who grows dozens of seedlings each year. "Patience and care is all that is needed."
  • How to Grow Orchids
    There are thousands of different orchid species, each adapted to a specific environment. Learn how to select and care for a variety that will thrive in your home.
  • Root Zone Heat Mat
    Instructions for using the Root Zone Heat Mat.
  • Growing Succulents in Containers
    For a great new look in container gardens, think succulents! These fleshy-leaved plants thrive in the simplest of pots and their distinctive shapes and colors provide endless opportunities for creativity.
  • How to Grow Salad Greens All Year
    Don't let your hardiness zone limit your garden greens! Choose the right crop variety and create the right microclimate — and get ready for delicious, home-grown salads almost every day of the year.
  • We Are a Company of Gardeners
    Rooted in Vermont and 100 percent employee-owned
  • Care of the Lavender Plant
    Lavender is prized for its fragrant flowers and aromatic leaves. Grown indoors, plants provide several months of bloom and fragrance.
  • Use LED Candles to Create Holiday Decor
    Flame-free LED candles can be used safely in inspiring centerpieces and decor.
  • Fill Garden Gaps with Outdoor Decor
    Flowers are the stars of the garden, but lighting, ornaments, and other garden decor can bring personality and pizzazz when plants are dormant.
  • Oh, Deer!
    Techniques for keeping deer out of your garden.
  • Growing Annual Flowers from Seed
    Yes, you can grow your own annuals from seed!
  • Late-Summer Planting Yields Fall Vegetables
    Seeds germinate fast when the soil is already warm from that summer sun. For delicious fall crops of spinach, lettuce, peas, kale, and broccoli, late summer is the time to plant.
  • Lettuce (head lettuce)
    How to grow iceberg lettuce, bibb lettuce, Boston lettuce, butterhead and romaine.
  • Keeping Coyotes at Bay
    A few simple techniques for keeping coyotes out of your garden.
  • How To Prevent Skunk Damage
    While they may not be nibbling on the plants directly, skunks can dig up and destroy a garden bed overnight on their quest for insects.
  • Design & Development
    At Gardener's Supply, we're confident in our products because we've tested them ourselves. Whether it's our latest innovation or a tried-and-true classic, we won't sell anything we wouldn't use in our own gardens.
  • Feed All Five Senses this Winter
    Kathy LaLiberte shares how she exercises her senses indoors.
  • Our Commitment to the Environment
    We are in business to spread the joys and rewards of gardening, in part because we believe that gardening can bring about positive change in people's lives, in communities and in the environment.
  • Deterring Bears on Your Property
    It's in everyone's best interest — including the bears' — to discourage human/bear interactions and keep bears wild.
  • Getting Moth Orchids to Bloom Again
    Pay attention to light, water and fertilizer and your phalaenopsis will rebloom.
  • Leeks
    Leeks are easy to grow. They require little to no attention and are generally pest-free.
  • Swiss Chard
    Swiss chard is related to the beet, but has been selected over the centuries for its ability to produce abundant leaves, rather than roots.
  • Propagating Succulents
    Propagating succulents is simple, once you understand the technique. Erin Kirkpatrick with a succulent rosette.
  • How and Why to Harden Off Plants
    Time to get the seedlings in the garden, right? No!
  • Lettuce (leaf lettuce)
    The key to having a good supply of high-quality lettuce, is to plant a few seeds every two or three weeks during the growing season.
  • Broccoli
    Broccoli is an ideal plant for raised bed gardens. It thrives in consistently moist, rich soil, doesn't require any special care or attention and is very productive.
  • How To Grow Loofah Sponge Gourds
    Loofah, also spelled Luffa, are in the cucurbit family—along with cucumbers, melons, squash, and other gourds—and grow on long vines. They require a long, hot growing season.
  • How to Grow Microgreens
    With just a few simple items, you can grow microgreens at home. It only takes a few weeks to harvest your first crop, and you can do it all on a sunny windowsill.
  • Growing Tuberous Begonias
    With up to 8-inch, showy flowers that bloom from summer to fall, tuberous begonias provide all-season color in even the shadiest corners of the garden.
  • How to Grow Nasturtiums from Seed
    Nasturtiums are among the easiest flowers to grow from seed! Their cheerful orange, gold, and burgundy blooms are also edible, making them a garden must-have.
  • Plans for Cutting Gardens
    Want to cut your own flowers, but not sure what to plant? Here are plans for two gardens that ensure bouquets from summer to fall.
  • Garden Design Techniques that will Transform Your Landscape
    Professional garden designer Kerry Ann Mendez will help you transform your landscape and create stunning, easy-care gardens.
  • How to Grow Coleus
    From burgundy to lime green and in just about every shade in between, coleus is all about foliage.
  • Onions
    Onions can be confusing for new gardeners. Should you grow long-day or short-day onions?
  • Houseplant Lighting Guide
    How much light do your houseplants need? How much light does your home provide?
  • Onions 101
    Onions can be a confusing vegetable for new gardeners. Should you grow long-day or short-day onions?
  • How to Grow Dahlias
    Because there are so many varieties, choosing dahlias is much more difficult than growing them! We show you how to plant, grow, and overwinter our favorite flowering tuber.
  • Double Your Harvest with Succession Planting
    Increase your harvest with succession planting! Regularly seeding and rotating your crops will extend your growing season and make the most of a small garden space.
  • Seed-Starting Buying Guide
    Whether you're new to seedstarting or looking for fresh ways to grow your healthiest plants, we have supplies and systems that ensure success. Learn how to choose the right one for you.
  • How to Grow Pumpkins
    Pumpkins are long-season, heat-loving crops that can take 100 days to fully ripen. Cold-climate gardeners may want to start seeds indoors.
  • When to Start Your Seeds
    Learn how to create a seedstarting schedule. By starting seeds at the proper time, you'll have strong, well-rooted transplants when spring arrives.
  • Food You Can Grow Fast
    Some edible plants grow faster than others. Learn which ones you can plant indoors for harvest in as little as 10 days.