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Burpee Concentrated Seed Starting Mix
Just add water and it quickly expands to an amazing 8 quarts of quality growing medium for seed starting and containers. Watch Video
Bam Basil - the first basil that won't bolt!
This amazing basil resists bolting all summer long. Stays compact too. Watch Video
Growing Tomatoes in Containers
Learn how to grow tomatoes in containers with these easy tips. Watch Video
Garlic Softneck vs Hardneck
Learn the difference between hardneck and softneck garlic. Watch Video
Healing Hands Lettuce
Takes the guesswork out of creating health-giving salad mixes, with four expertly chosen varieties combined in a single easy-sowing pellet. Packed with 20% more lutein and 30% more beta-carotene than the average salad mix. Watch Video
Growing Leeks
Leeks are closely related to onions but have a sweeter, creamier, more delicate flavor. Prized by cooks as a flavoring for dishes of all types. Watch Video
Growing Raspberries
Learn how to plant and grow raspberries from Burpee's expert horticulturist. Watch Video
TunLcover
Extend your seasons in spring and fall with a TunLcover row cover. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • To quickly apply a layer of mulch across a large vegetable or flowerbed, first cover the plants with empty containers. Pots, boxes, cans, used yogurt containers, bushel baskets, or any other containers will suffice—even garbage cans for larger plants such as freshly planted shrubs and perennials. This way you won't have to worry about smothering the plants with mulch or stepping on them as you spread the mulch in the bed. This also keeps the mulch from piling against the base of each plant, which could result in rot and disease problems. When you're finished applying the mulch, simply remove the containers. Beautiful!