I have always loved gardening ever since I was young. My father always had a huge garden in our backyard and I have fond memories of him working out there. I would go join him and eat snow peas and raspberries straight off the plants. When I finally had a yard of my own, I immediately go to work creating my own gardens. There’s nothing better than making a meal using vegetables and herbs that came out of my own backyard!
I have many different sized garden beds in my yard and use these raised bed corners to make them. They are pretty much indestructible and last forever. They come in six different sizes/heights and allow you to customize your garden layout based on your needs.
If you like to grow tomatoes, then you understand the need for tomato cages. Tomato plants tend to go crazy after awhile and this helps keep them contained and upright. I also use these cages for things like squash and peppers to help keep everything in its own area.
If you are short of ground space or want a moveable solution for planting, these grow bags are the answer. I use them for growing potatoes and other various vegetables. They are made of fabric and are naturally draining so no worries about water pooling in them.
If you like to start your plants from seeds, this seed starting kit is a great way to do so. You can start them in late winter inside and as they grow, move them outside to acclimatize the plants before replanting in the ground. These trays have a small footprint and are reusable year after year.