Five new plants have arrived for spring including a fiery hot marigold, Tuscan kale, sweet yet zesty endive, catnip for your feline friends, and a speckled trout back lettuce. (Trust us, there's nothing fishy about this prized romaine!)
Starting plants indoors hydroponically gives them a head start to the growing season and can allow them to grow larger and yield more than if started outside.Transplanting to outside soil is simple and we’ve got step-by-step instructions to help you through the process.
The possibilities to enhance meal planning with homegrown produce are endless with Gardyn. Our second installment of new plants in 2021 includes two medicinal powerhouses, a sweet yet zesty lettuce, and an earthy beet that can be enjoyed from top to bottom.
The Gardyn team has been hard at work behind the scenes to bring you our biggest plant release yet, with eight new varieties, including three staples for tea, four new salad greens, and a new and tasty fruiting plant! This is just the first of many exciting releases we have in store this year, so stay tuned.
We are excited to announce the launch of four new plant varieties that are bound to take your Gardyn home cooking to tasty new heights. Our team is always testing new plants to try out on your Gardyn, and some of these new varieties made it onto our radar from Gardyner requests. You can now order Italian Parsley, Celery Leaves, Shiso, and Sorrel from the Gardyn mobile app.
It’s always a good time to add new flavors to your food and nothing does that better than tasty and aromatic herbs. This is especially true right now as more people are cooking at home. Gardyn is answering the need by introducing three new herbs…