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Planting Boxes

Garden in a Box

Fresh veggie and flower starts, ready to go in the ground this Spring!

All Boxes have been sold! Look out in March of 2025 for new gardens!

In addition to our popular Cutting Garden and Patio Gardens, we also have a Children's Garden of small, easy-to-grow vegetables, an Eating the Rainbow garden of brightly-colored, oh-so-heathy vegetables, and garden of all heirloom varieties.


The gardens come in a reusable wooden tray; they'll be 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. 

  • Pick up your flat of plants at the farm, or we can deliver to your door. Sorry, we can't ship these plants; they're too delicate to survive the trip. 

Important note: The actual plants you will receive MAY vary, depending on germination and growth rates of the plants we've picked out. 

Another important note: Square may tell you that the boxes will be available right away, but they'll actually be available in late April (hardened off and ready to go straight in the ground!)

Learn more about each box here:

Organic Vegetables
Colorful Flowers
Joy of Harvest
Eating the Rainbox Easy Grow Garden
(30-36 plants)

Heirloom Garden
(30-36 plants)

Cutting Garden in a Box 
(30-36 plants)

Children's Garden 
(20-24 plants)

Patio Garden in a Box (30-36 plants)

Simply put, eating the rainbow involves eating fruits and vegetables of different colors every day. Plants contain different pigments, or phytonutrients, which give them their color. Different-colored plants are linked to higher levels of specific nutrients and health benefits. While eating more vegetables and fruit is always a good idea, focusing on eating a variety of colors will increase your intake of different nutrients to benefit various areas of your health.. 


Plants in the set may include: Tricolor mix bean, Dragon Purple carrot, Elegance greens mix, Clementine caultiflower, Cherokee Purple tomato, Brandywine tomato, Rainbow carrots, Zephyr summer squash, Green zebra tomato, Louisiana long green eggplant, Dancer or Listada de gandia eggplant, Three root grex beet mix, Amy's Apricot Mix cherry tomato, Lunchbox peppers, and green and purple kale.

An heirloom vegetable is an old variety that predates modern agriculture. Heirloom vegetables are connections to our agricultural past. We've curated our favorite heirlooms from several companies who specialize in this type of seed, including Southern Exposure Seed Exchange. Plants may include: Black seeded simpson lettuce, Elegance greens mix, Brandywine tomato, Striped German tomato, Mortgage lifter tomato, Amish paste tomato, Danvers carrot, Marketmore cucumber, Black seeded Kentucky pole bean, Chiogga beet, Doe Hill golden bell pepper, Sweet banana pepper, Tokyo Bunching Onion, Amy's Apricot mix cherry tomato, and Costata Romanesca summer squash. 

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):









Dwarf Sunflowers

Long-stemmed Basil


A garden of vegetables for children. Give the love of gardening to the small humans in your life with these small, easy-to-grow vegetables.Plants will include: Rondo Carrot, Mignonette Baby Carrot, Tennis ball Lettuce, Kalebration Kale, Dragoon Mini Romaine, Lunchbox Sweet Peppers, Jack of Hearts Pumpkin, Easter Egg II Radish, Tomatoberry Tomato, Edison French Bush Beans, Mini Me Cucumber, and Bush Baby Summer Squash. Plants will be hardened-off and ready to go in the ground. Growing instructions and two children's books included!

Vegetables and herbs especially for small gardens or patio spaces: Edison French Beans, Atlas Hybrid Tomato, Patio Baby Hybrid Eggplant, Pot-a-Peno Jalapeno, Beaverlodge 6068 Tomato, Fresh Bite Orange Pepper, Patio Snacker Cucumber, Miniature Red Bell Pepper, Rondo carrot, Pot and Patio Lettuce, Heartbreakers Dora Red Tomato, Easter Egg II Radish, Double Dwarf Jewel Nasturtium, and Jungle Parrot Sweet Pepper.

New this year! Thomas Jefferson's Garden in a Box 
(30-36 plants)


A collection of vegetable that might have been grown by Thomas Jefferson, and that are currently grown on the Monticello estate. The box garden comes with a history of each of the plants


Plants may include: Tennis Ball Lettuce, Arugula, Rouge demi-longue carrot, Long green improved cucumber, Summer Crookneck Squash, Bull nose bell pepper, Early bird beets, Early curled siberian kale, Sweet Basil, Early Scarlet globe radish, Brandywine tomato, Cherokeen Purple tomato, Red Fig cherry tomato, Mixed Color Swiss Chard and Kentucky Wonder Bean.

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