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Bean & Pea Tower
Pole beans and peas grow best on supports. This tower grows more beans and peas in a smaller area. Watch Video
Grow fresh sprouts all year long
Easy, fast-growing and delicious! Read article
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
Hori Hori Gardening Knife
The one tool you can’t do without! Beveled for shoveling and serrated for sawing , it can be used to dig, weed, transplant, divide perennials and more. Watch Video
Burpee Moisture Meter
This digital meter reads soil moisture and matches plants to any conditions. See how easy it works. Watch Video
Using Vegetables From Stem-to-Root
By consuming only part of our vegetables, we miss opportunities for added flavor and nutrition and waste food. Read article

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Fall is a good time to dig up and compost vigorous herbs that tend to grow out of bounds like yarrow, borage, comfrey, tansy, and bee balm. To control the spread of these plants, it is not enough to just cut the plants down to the ground. These spreaders need to be entirely pulled or dug up.
    Use a shovel or spade to dig under the plant’s root area and lift it out. Instead of pulling them up by hand, using a shovel will ensure you are getting most of the roots. Offer excess to friends or place all their nutrient rich foliage in the compost pile.