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Why you should start a garden!
There are plenty of good reasons! Gardening has been proven to have a wide variety of health benefits. Getting outdoors, increasing exercise, and even getting your hands dirty are all good for your health! Read more...
What is the difference between determinate and indeterminate tomatoes?
All tomato plants fall into either a determinate or indeterminate category. Depending on the amount of space you have and the amount of effort you want to put into staking and caging, it's important to know what type of tomatoes you should choose to grow. Read more...
We've got your holiday shopping list covered!
Check out our newest additions in the houseplant section for easy to grow plants in holiday themed pots. These will make great gifts or add a touch of flair to your home! We also have eGift Cards for all the gardeners on your list. They can be used on any item in our store, as well as veggie plant seedlings in the spring. We can even mail or email you a gift certificate to put in their stocking! Happy Holidays!
At Grow Veggie Plants, our passion is helping others to become successful gardeners. Whether you are a first-time grower or a seasoned vet, there is always something to learn. Gardening is about trying new things and finding joy when we see our plants thrive. It's also about trial and error and if we fail, we can always try something different next year!
We offer a wide variety of different vegetable plant starts, including rare heirlooms and unique hybrids, as well as flower plants, seeds, and supplies. We also offer high-quality houseplants, succulents, and cacti.
All veggie plants have been started from seed and nurtured with care. Seeds and garden supplies have been carefully sourced to ensure only the best quality, so you can shop with confidence. Our goal is to earn your business by offering everything you need to start and grow a successful vegetable garden!
A portion of the website is dedicated to providing useful tips about how to grow veggies, whether in the ground, containers, or raised beds. Check back often for blog updates!
Join our Grow Veggie Plants Gardeners Group on Facebook. Over time, we hope to build a thriving online community of passionate gardeners who can share their ideas and experiences with one another. Together we can garden with purpose!
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