Fresh vegetables are essential to a healthy diet, and adding them to your daily meals is the best way to boost your health and nourish your body. They are loaded with essential nutrients including vitamins and antioxidants. And growing your own vegetables ensures that all of these important nutrients are preserved right through to your table.
There’s something to be said for knowing that your salad or your tasty side of carrots was harvested only an hour before eating them, and they haven’t been sprayed with harmful insecticides or weed killers.
In addition to the health benefits of eating locally grown, nutrient rich vegetables, there are also studies that show time spent outside in the fresh air, tending a garden can hugely improve mental health!
We make your vegetable gardening experience easy by providing you with a huge selection of vegetable flats and pots. Pick your favourite varieties, transplant them into your garden and watch them grow! And don’t forget to come back here to read our helpful gardening posts.
Tips for Container Gardening
Container gardening has gained popularity in recent years and is a great way to grow your own fresh herbs and vegetables, even in locations where you don’t have a lot of growing space! Our guide to patio gardening will get you on your way to enjoying fresh produce from your own deck, patio or porch!
Companion Planting Guide
Many gardeners find that with companion planting, they can discourage harmful pests without losing the beneficial allies. There are many varieties of herbs, flowers and vegetables that can be used for companion plants. Add beauty and purpose to your garden with our companion planting guide.
Companion Plants for Tomatoes!
Companion planting is a great way to improve the growth and flavour of your vegetables. Try these companion plants for tomatoes in your garden to help control harmful pests and promote more growth! Many of these combinations are also great on your dinner plate!