Not sure where to start when looking for helpful vegetable gardening products?
There are some basic gardening products that are good purchases for any type of gardener. Or, maybe you secretly hate gardening, but just want to grow your own vegetables! These products can help you, too.
So, it doesn’t matter if you are growing a few containers of tomato plants, you’re intensive gardening, or even if you’re an indoor gardener. Check out these valuable vegetable gardening products.
Garden Tool Starter Kit
Gardening tools. You got to have them. This is a great garden tool starter set and has the tools needed for a garden from start to finish. You can do it all with this garden set. You name it: prepping the beds, weeding between established plants, or planting potted vegetables.
Grow Your Own Book
A how to grow your own food instruction book, especially like this one, is an easy way to jump start that garden. It covers Garden Design to Composting. It’s a quick read, too. So, works great as reference guide when working in the garden. Wouldn’t you rather be out in the garden, anyway?
Ladybug Brand Organic Fertilizer is a cool brand of fertilizers. It’s approved for use on certified organic farms. This is a big deal, by the way. There are several options of fertilizers so you can target the needs for your garden: Vegan Fertilizer, Flower Power Organic Fertilizer, All Natural Earth Worm Castings, and more.
Compost is great way to improve soil quality. You can make your own compost by using a compost bin or you can even build your own. This Tumbleweed Composter is a favorite because larger animal pests can’t get into the compost and eat it. It’s also easy to use, since the whole compost bin easily flips over. No hard labor turning that compost!
If you don’t have a yard or space for a compost bin, you can buy compost tea concentrate. Mix and pour on the vegetable plants. They also make indoor composters, these days.
Black Fabric Smart Pot Planter
These are way cool, and a successful method of container gardening! One of the biggest obstacles in Container Gardening is keeping your vegetable plants properly watered.
Smart Pot Planters are made out of fabric, so they help keep the plant roots properly drained. Root systems develop better in these planters. As the roots reach the edge of the planter, they are air pruned. In simple terms, air pruning means they stop growing and branch off, creating a healthier root system. Also, as the plants dry out the planter shrinks around the soil, keeping the roots protected from sunlight and garden pests.
Container Gardening/Patio Gardening Success Kit
Container gardening knows no limits. Look at these happy squash plants! They are planted in a self watering planter that comes in a patio garden success kit. This kit can grow all the squash or tomatoes you need. Great kit for a beginner, kids, or someone even scaling down their big garden to the patio!
Raised Bed Gardening
I’ve already talked about this being my preferred way to garden. It’s the easiest for me, and helps me have a more productive garden. Remember though, raised beds should not be made with treated wood. Chemicals can leach into the soil. Check out safe raised gardening beds, instead.
Garden Hod Harvesting Basket
We forget how hard it is to carry all the garden harvest at once. Go out to the garden to pick a tomato for lunch. But, you come back with an armload, dropping that tomato on the steps. A garden harvest basket is a good idea. This one is cool since it has the wire mesh. Wash and drain your vegetables outside with one basket and leave the dirt in the yard.
Garden Pest Control Products
Remember, this is your vegetable garden. This is your food. So, use organic pest control. We don’t like slugs, either. But, there’s no sense in using chemicals around your food when there are organic pest control options.
Check out organic pest control products that targets garden pests, specifically. You can find products like garden slug traps, hot pepper wax, neem oil, or tomato and vegetable 3 in 1 insecticide, fungicide, and miticide.
This is one way to Indoor Garden. Aerogrow Kitchen Garden doesn’t even use dirt. It’s hydroponic gardening. So, the big deal about hydroponic gardening is that it can produce plants 50 percent faster and bears a greater yield. All that and grown on the kitchen counter? That’s convenient. Now just eat raw, and you don’t have to garden or cook.