Bean & Pea Tower
Pole beans and peas grow best on supports. This tower grows more beans and peas in a smaller area. Watch Video
Burpee Ultimate Grow Light
Compact and stylish enough for everyday use. Designed for smaller containers and seed kits. Delivers high efficiency growing in a small space. Watch Video
Burpee Greenhouse Kits
These easy kits are ideal for growing seedlings to transplant size. Just add water and seeds. Watch Video
Tuff Totes Gardening Buckets
The flexible garden bucket that does everything. Great for harvesting vegetables, carrying your garden tools and everyday cleanup chores. Generous handle with finger grooves is strong and comfortable. Watch Video
Summer Girl Tomato
Ripens 1 week earlier with 20% more yield than Early Girl Tomato. Watch Video
Vegetable & Fruit Molds
Create fun shaped vegetables and fruits. Watch Video
Thunderbolt Hybrid Sweet Pepper
HUGE peppers over a foot long with excellent flavor, color and texture. Watch Video
Chef Ian Knauer Recipe - Raw Corn Salad with Basil
Chef Ian Knauer of the Farm Cooking School in Stockton New Jersey Prepares Raw Summer Corn and Basil Salad.  Watch Video

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Don’t ignore garden debris that can harbor insects and diseases to attack next year’s garden. Collect leaves, sticks and plant stems and run them through a shredder before adding to the compost pile. If the pile heats up well (to about 170 degrees), most insects, weed seed and diseases should be destroyed. If you don't compost, use the debris as mulch on unrelated plants. For example, don't put tomato debris where tomatoes, peppers, eggplant or potatoes will be planted next spring. For that matter, use all vegetable waste to mulch bushes, trees and perennials. Simply rake plant debris into rows and run a mulching lawn mower over it several times before spreading.