Helping You Grow Fresh Year Round
We are dedicated to providing the best information and products for novice to expert home and commercial gardeners growing fresh food year round. We offer indoor and outdoor gardening supplies, hydroponics, aquaponics, non-toxic and poison free pest and disease control for your home and garden; as well as plants, trees, information, classes, and consultation on topics related to products, practices, and industry innovations. Please contact us, we want to help you grow fresh year round.
Featured Hydroponic and Aquaponics Products
Smart Pot 2 GallonBy taking advantage of the benefits of traditional plastic gardening containers while eliminating the shortcomings, Smart Pots truly live up to their name!
HygrozymeHygrozyme™ is a true breakthrough in enzyme based products that breaks down old root mass to allow for and stimulate new growth.
Blue Grobal Mini HydroponicsWe think that this is the easiest and by far most attractive complete hydroponic system on the market today. The Grobal is a self watering planter that wicks water up from the reservoir inside.
Aero Flo 60Hydroponic system comes complete with everything needed to start growing - Flora Series™ nutrients, Hydroton®, net cups, coco cup liners, pump, support structure and manifold.
Sun Hut LGNo plant toxicity issues – guaranteed, 4.5' Wide x 3' Deep x 7' Tall. 54" x 35½" x 84", Thick black canvas exterior with highly reflective silver interior and more…
Indoor gardening offers the gardener an element of control, environmental control. This includes the control of temperature, pests, airborne particulates, and light. When considering an indoor garden the first three questions to ask are; what do I want to grow, how much space do I have, how much money am I willing to spend? Read More
Outdoor gardening is usually the first dig for any gardener. Be it herbs, vegetables, flowers, fruits, or nuts, you will find what you need for a successful crop. In ground, raised bed, and container gardens all flourish outdoor when provided with the essentials. Soil and soil-less mediums can be used. Read More
Digging in the soil, building raised beds and container gardening are all good methods of producing a bountiful crop. Gardening with soil is usually the first dig for any gardener, and herbs vegetables flowers fruits and nuts can all grow well in soil. Managing the active factors of soil with consideration for the plants grown... Read More
Hydroponic gardening can be as simple as a cutting growing in a glass of water or as complex as a commercial multi-crop production facility. This method of growing is not new, it has been around for a long time. Would you like to learn more about hydroponics, or do you have questions about whether or not it is the right method... Read More
Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture and hydroponics. Yes, it can be as simple as a goldfish in a glass with rooted cuttings. It is a great method to produce food year round. The simplicity and scale of your aquaponics system is entirely up to you. Hobby aquaponics systems have come a long way...Read More
Fruit and nut orchards are an excellent addition to any year round garden. Harvesting a bountiful crop of apples or chestnuts is quite rewarding, fun, and tasty. Most fruit trees can be grow on dwarf and mini-dwarf rootstocks in a relatively small area. The two questions to ask your self when considering an orchard are... Read More
Organic Farming Wins in 30-Year Study Long, rigorous trial finds organic farming comparable or superior to conventional methods in every respect by Craig Weatherby The Farming Systems Trial (FST) at Rodale Institute is America’s longest running, side-by-side comparison of organic and chemical agriculture. Started in 1981 to…
Susan Winsor, Corn and Soybean Digest Aug. 1, 2011 10:26am “I’m into big iron and I love operating large, high-tech equipment,” admits Howard G. Buffett, farmer, conservationist and philanthropist. “But big iron can be a barrier to conservation tillage. Still, you can get that big-iron fix with today’s technology, farming…
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Growing (food) despite budget cuts By Ellen Metrick, Editor Published: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 6:08 AM CST While school budgets are being plowed under across the state, a local organization has donated funds to help schools grow. Food. Michael Goller, the Telluride School chef had installed a miniature garden in…
By Alison St John March 9, 2011 Colin and Karen Archipley walked up the driveway of their small avocado farm in Valley Center. They moved here when Colin left the Marine Corps after three deployments to Iraq in four years. It’s an idyllic location, but the Archipleys soon realized they…
Rose and his partners are launching Here, a brand of vertically grown produce raised indoors, on March 17 at the Family Farmed Expo in Chicago. The partners are also collaborating on Cityponics, a company focused on helping would-be vertical farmers with equipment, locations, and even marketing. They’re hoping to have a vertical farm in a Chicago suburb operating by this fall.