Order plants & garden supplies for local pickup or delivery!
Contactless pickup options for this week are: Friday from 12-4 at Angry Booch Kombucha in Palmetto Bay (South Miami), or Saturday from 10-2 at a residence in Biscayne Park (North Miami). We are also offering local delivery options for orders over 75$.
Traditional cooking herbs, cilantro, dill, scallions, plus unique tropical perennial flavors
our favorite spicy peppers for growing in South Florida. From spicy to more spicy to super duper spicy!
cute little pointy ones, traditional cuban ones, frying ones, stuffing ones, pickling ones...
the stars of the show! over 40 varieties of heirlooms, determinates, slicers, beefsteaks, dwarfs & cherries
Heres the sitch with deliveries...
This week is the first time we will be offering local delivery options for orders placed in our online plant store. Order minimum for delivery is 75$ and delivery rates start at 30$ and increase as you purchase more heavy items (like bags of soil). Before getting excited and filling your cart check this list of zipcodes for yours, as we are currently limiting delivery to the below zipcodes: 33030, 33131, 33032, 33033, 33125, 33127, 33137, 33138, 33142, 33143, 33144, 33146, 33133, 33145, 33129, 33130, 33134, 33155, 33161, 33170, 33173, 33176, 33177
Did you know that one of the main things we do is build, install & maintain gardens for private residences, schools & restaurants throughout South Florida!? well, its true... While this time of year is the "off season" for veggie gardening in Miami we are happy to start a conversation about your future fall garden with you! Click on the link below to see some of our gardens and fill out a form so we can get in touch!
Our Introduction to Veggie Gardening Workshop is now available online!
Since we've had to cancel all of our on site in person workshops we've taken to the web and turned our most popular beginners gardening workshop into a video! You can buy access to it and its accompanying digital booklet here, and watch it anytime.
BLOG POST: October Gardening in South Florida
In September we did a lot of planning and preparing soil beds, we bought seeds and started them. This month we will get into a planting rhythm. We like to reiterate that vegetable gardens are not projects we put together and call done, a garden is never really "done, especially a vegetable garden. They are a pretty huge commitment, almost like a pet. You have to give them food and water regularly, check for health issues and prune routinely and of course enjoy them, spend time with them. In this month's blog post Muriel focuses succession planting and routine harvesting to help you get the most out of your garden this season.