If you’re a new gardener, one of the best (and easiest) ways to get planting is with an herb garden. And it’s even easier with an herb growing kit. Fresh herbs on demand? Yes, please! In this guide, you’ll learn why herb gardens are a perfect fit for aspiring gardeners, why it’s a great idea
If you’ve been dreaming about growing your own food or introducing some greenery to your home, a raised garden bed kit could be just the thing you need. What’s great about these planter boxes is that they come in different shapes and sizes and can easily be added to large backyards and small balconies alike.
When you’re trying to pick a gift for the gardener in your life, you may end up strolling for hours up and down your local garden center without making much progress. It’s normal to feel a bit overwhelmed by the variety of brands and products that make fantastic gifts for gardeners. The first thing to
Congratulations, friend! You’re the new proud owner of your very own Organic Mushroom Farm! If this is your first time growing mushrooms, which for me it definitely was, you’re in for quite a treat. It’s amazing how quick these delicious fungi grow, and I want you to feel 100% prepared and supported in your mushroom-growing-journey.
Welcome back to our series on The Secrets to Garden-in-a-Can & Garden-in-a-Jar Success. We’re here to share our second tip with you to help your indoor gardening adventure get off to a great start. The most common question we receive from new gardeners is how much water do their herbs and plants need—and for good
We are an animal family. Under our roof have lived rodents and reptiles, two spoiled cats dominates our sofas, and a flock of chickens squawks in the backyard whenever a squirrel hops by. For quite some time, the youngest human among us felt his turn to stake claim to a pet had come. And so
Did You Know? The number one reason why herbs fail to grow indoors is that they don’t get enough sunshine! If you’re struggling with growth in your Garden-in-a-Can, Garden-in-a-Jar, or really any indoor plant, this tip is for you. It is highly likely that your plant might need more sunlight. In order to get the optimal
Here at Back to the Roots, we pride ourselves on finding unique, accessible, and creative ways to connect families with growing and eating good food. We’ve seen you grow our existing seed varieties of Radish and Wheatgrass microgreens in classrooms and kitchens. People have shared and experienced this homegrown food in delicious meals, as
Inspire growth through sustainable gifts that encourage active learning and creativity! Rather than gifting the hottest new gadget or plastic toy, look for gifts that will not only be fun but will have a long-term effect on a child’s memory and growth! In this gifts guide, we’ve rounded up our top picks, sure to spark