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New Plant Release: 5 new flavor-packed varieties for May

The possibilities to enhance meal planning with homegrown food are endless with Gardyn. Each month we’re delighted to bring new varieties to your Gardyning portfolio and even more fresh food to your plate!

Five new plants have arrived including a cute mini eggplant, American mustard, sky blue cornflower, baby bok choi, and red romaine. 

Want to deep dive into our new varieties? Visit the Gardyn Plant Book for growing and nutritional info, plus harvest to plate recipes. 

Mini Eggplant

Everything’s a dash more adorable in pocket-size, and our new mini eggplant is no egg-ception! A beautiful transition from grape hued flowers to plump nutrient-dense aubergine is rich in antioxidants. 

Baked, roasted, or fried, these pint-sized eggplants embody a beautiful earthy taste and absorbs flavors while cooking.

American Mustard

Intense and spicy, American mustard adds a zing to salads, and is a punchy alternative to everyday condiments on sandwiches. A member of the Brassica family, American Mustard is cousins with broccoli, cabbage, kale, and cauliflower.

Blue Cornflower

A garden staple, treasured for intense blue blossoms, cornflowers grow wild in unkempt lands, creating beautiful meadows of blue. Gorgeous to look at casually settled in a vase, blue cornflowers are edible and make a fine garnish or tea.

Bok Choi

In Cantonese, “Bok Choi” means “white vegetable” and comes in many different colors and sizes. A popular addition to soups and stir fry, bok choi was imported to Korea in the 1930s, where it was fermented to create delicious kimchi.

Red Romaine

The lettuce of choice for many salads, red romaine can also be sprinkled on tacos, nestled in layers on sandwiches, and act as the perfect container for lunch-time wraps. High in vitamin A and potassium red romaine has a firm crunchy texture and a mild, sweet flavor.

How do you introduce new flavors to your family? We’d love to know!

It’s exciting to grow year-round with your own personal farmer’s market, isn’t it? Providing fresh homegrown food not only gives you nutritious options at your fingertips, growing independently gives you peace of mind knowing where your food is coming from.

Gardyn members enjoy 10 new plants a month, free shipping, and access to Kelby, your own personal Gardyn Assistant.

Not a member? You should join us! Discover how you can grow with confidence and have access to homegrown food year-round.

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