Top 5 Gardyn Plants

Wondering what Gardyners are growing? Here’s a list of our top 5 favorite plants grown by Gardyners. Romaine Gardyn’s most popular plant, Romaine is an easy-to-grow, universally loved lettuce. Crunchy and mild in flavor, it’s popular in salads and sandwiches and works great in place of tortillas for lettuce wraps. Harvest individual leaves as needed […]

Don’t Let Inflation Dictate Your Diet – Take Control of Your Food Source

Inflation. It’s hitting all of us right now, and it’s hitting hard, remaining at a near 40-year high in April. With the cost of just about everything going up, we’re combing our budgets to find the areas we have control over. You may not be able to get rid of your commute or quit paying for gas (with prices at an all-time high), but in many ways, you can control what and how you eat.

Gardyn Grows For Good Update

By working with different communities around the country, we saw how Gardyns can benefit schools, shelters, and even bunnies! Fresh, nutritious food is essential for human health and well-being, and at Gardyn, it’s our mission to make it accessible and sustainable for everyone. By watching how Gardyn has helped their communities, we are able to determine how we can continue to grow G3.

Why Eating at Harvest is Healthier

Overhead produce

Lindsay Springer, Gardyn’s Food Scientist, breaks down some essential nutrients, phytochemicals, and qualities in fresh produce that can degrade and cause a loss of flavor after harvest.

Mother’s Day Flower Pressing Party

Petunia flowers

What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than to surround yourself and the mothers in your life with fresh flowers! Gather up the moms in your life (and those who appreciate them!) for an afternoon filled with fragrant blooms and pretty petals. In this hands-on application the life and colors of the flowers are pressed between paper, leaving a delicate vignette.

Growing up with Nature in Your Home

Indoor Hydroponic Unit

Homes come in all shapes and sizes. Studio apartments overlooking city streets, two-story townhomes tucked along trendy neighborhoods, large open floor plans spilling into fenced green yards. But something universal, no matter your floorplan or footprint, is that growing up with nature in the home is good for your growth.