The edible garden gives us so many gifts that we really shouldn’t be asking for more, but it’s the time of year to treat ourselves or our beloved gardeners with something special. I went looking at two of my favorite garden shops (City People’s Garden Store and Sky Nursery) to find something new and interesting. If you are still searching for last-minute gifts, here are some
Kneeling pads in basic blue, big red and colorful flowers. CPGS.
Anthony shows off the Hoopla cloche kit for a 4’x8′ raised bed, made in Bellingham, done right. CPGS (one left!).
What’s in the Hoopla kit.
Big ole bag of daffodil bulbs will keep your gardener muddy this New Year’s. Sky.
Seed starting supplies help you get a jump on spring planting. Heat mat, grow lights, covered trays! Sky.
A quality fork and spade at a reasonable price. Sky.
Cloche kits (hanging) and wax-paper hot caps (lower right) offer easy season extension. Sky.
Dirt Pot is just so earthy. Sky.
Buy a Living Wall (left) and see what you can grow (right). Sky.
Sky Nursery just opened a new light-filled indoor plant shop in their soaring greenhouse.
While staff bundle bunches of berry-bedecked twigs, metal ladybugs look for a new garden home. Sky.
Berkeley gardeners created a mushroom kit that uses spent coffee grounds to grow oyster mushrooms – right in the box! CPGS.