Get fast-growing plants for your garden so you can enjoy wholesome natural food as soon as possible.
Small live starter plants, grown in 1″ dia. paper Ellepots for easy transplant into our Vardensoks or Pouches are faster than seed and easier to plant than 4” garden center pots — and no plastic to dispose of! Plus, our low-maintenance Varden™ vertical garden system works because it mimics growing conditions found in nature. Unlike other vertical gardening systems where you grow plants in pots, our well-draining Vardensoks give roots space to spread out and breathe. These conditions reduce the odds of root rot and mold while producing better-tasting harvest!
Chard leaves and stalks are nutrient dense, full of essential vitamins and minerals. Tolerant to cold and frost, they can grow in early spring. Grab them soon to get an early start on this upcoming growing season.
The deep green leaves of this cabbage plant are highly nutritious, full of folate, manganese, and vitamins K, A, C, and B6. Its germination temperatures vary widely, and it can survive in even freezing conditions.
Many know spinach is healthy. What many don’t know is that it’s a hardy plant that thrives in cool climates, meaning it can be planted in early spring and later again in late summer to early fall. It’s one of the fastest growing plants you can have in a vegetable garden, with harvest occurring as soon as 30 days after sowing seeds!
This plant produces tart seeds and leaves and bold-tasting roots. While its white-pink flowers are edible, the bright green leaves lose some flavor after bolting. It grows best in cool weather and well-drained soil.
This flowering plant will not only add flair to your meals, but can also attract pollinators to your garden. Basil does best in moist soil and warmer climates.
With a cool, sweet aftertaste, it’s hard to beat the taste of mint. This plant thrives in moist soil and other wet environments. You can also use it as ground cover to stabilize soil thanks to the rapid growth rate of its runners.
A staple in Mediterranean cuisine, rosemary grows well under a full sun and in loamy soil types.
Parsley is a great addition to any garden and requires little maintenance. It does well as both an outdoor and indoor plant and requires slightly moist soil.
Arugula’s roots, green stems and leaves, yellowish-white flowers, seeds, and seed pods are all edible. This cool-weather plant likes full sun conditions and nutrient-dense soil. Although, it can also tolerate other environments well, and is able to grow in hardiness zones 3 to 11.
Best enjoyed cooked, both the green leaves and purple flowers of this plant are edible and give any dish a little extra savor. Able to grow in both full sun or partial shade, this plant can grow outdoors in your vertical garden or indoors on your windowsill.
A staple in any garden, oregano enjoys lots of sunlight and well-drained soil, although it can grow in other soil types, too.
Tasty, easy to grow, and simple to store, thyme likes full sun conditions and can handle both droughts and freezing temperatures fairly well.
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