Garden in a Box
Fresh veggie and flower starts, ready to go in the ground this Spring!
Want to get in on the gardening craze but don't know where to start? Can't find any seeds? Prefer unusual flowers and vegetables, but only want one or two?
We can help with that! We offer two large (30 plants) and two small (16 plants) Garden in a Box packages: Veggie Garden in a Box, Bouquet in a Box, Salsa in a Box, and Sauce in a Box. The trays have 30 or 16 healthy, sustainably-grown plant starts, fully hardened-off and ready to put in your prepared bed! Each box comes with with planting, care and feeding, and harvesting of your plants, along with plastic label tags.
How Does it Work?
Order your box(es) in advance at the links below.
We'll notify of a pick-up/delivery time about two weeks before the plants are ready to go home. We'll email you some tips on preparing your garden bed, and what supplies you'll want to have on hand.
Pick up your flat of plants at the farm, or we can deliver to your door for a small additional fee. Sorry, we can't ship these plants; they're too delicate to survive the trip. We WILL make a delivery trip to a central location in Northern Virginia and also to suburban Maryland, on a weekend in May. Just choose the general pickup area when you place your order.
Important note: The plant list below is a guide. The actual plants you will receive MAY vary, depending on germination and growth rates of the plants we've picked out. There may also be differences between individual flats.
Learn more about each box here:
Vegetable Garden in a Box (30 plants)
Bouquet in a Box (30 plants)
Salsa/Sauce in a Box (16 plants)
Herb Garden in a Box (16 plants)
With care, the vegetables and herbs in this box should keep your family enjoying fresh vegetables all summer long!
Here's what we hope to offer this summer (varieties may vary):
Tomatoes: heirloom, paste, cherry
Peppers: bell, hot, lunchbox
A box of flower and greenery plants to make your own bouquets, with flowers you won't find at a garden center (varieties may vary):
Vegetables and herbs to make super fresh salsa or pasta sauce! (varieties may vary):
Tomatoes: heirloom, paste
(You'll need to provide your own garlic, it's best planted in the fall)
Wouldn't it be nice to go to the garden to snip a few herbs, instead of purchasing a single desiccated stem at the store? The plants in this Box will add flavor and depth to your dishes. Some of them are perennial in this area (varieties may vary):