Spring is in the air, and along with it come images of springtime gardens, fresh produce, and the scent of fresh herbs. There is something incredibly satisfying about growing your own fresh herbs; it’s easy, and can be done indoors or out. There is no space so small that you can’t grow a few fresh herbs for culinary use. All you need is a sunny spot, and you’re ready to go. If space is really tight, you can even grow herbs in a reclaimed wine bottle. Want your herbs the easy way? Try growing fresh organic herbs right in their own bag.
With March just around the corner, thoughts of spring start blooming. It’s time to get ready for longer days, warmer sun, and all the fun of springtime. Now is the perfect time to take stock of your indoor and outdoor plants, and buy seeds for your spring plantings. We’ve gathered some of our favorite seed collections, perfect for creating a stunning outdoor oasis, for yourself, or your favorite gardener!
For the wildlife
Attract birds, butterflies, and bees with these collections of carefully selected seeds.
- Fragrant Flower Scatter Garden
- Wildflower Scatter Garden
- Songbird Scatter Garden
- Butterfly Garden Habitat
- Bird Garden Habitat
Grow your own culinary herbs from seed and you’ll have the freshest, most organic herbs you can find.
Salad and veggies and tea
Oh, my! Grow your own salads and veggies for fresh, organic produce at your fingertips, then enjoy a cup of your very own organic herbal tea.
Scent, it has the power to transport us to faraway lands or travel into the past and make us smile with happy memories. The unforgettable scent of fresh-picked herbs, rubbed between your fingers, then brought to the kitchen for the meal. The smells of the holidays, pine, cinnamon, sage, rosemary, bay, thyme. These are the scents of memories, of life lived with love and fullness. These are the scents of gratitude and abundance. Continue reading
Most of the time, we share posts on sustainable home décor and making greener choices in day-to-day life. We take a simple, incremental approach, believing that each step toward a more sustainable lifestyle is a positive step toward a better world. We don’t preach, and we don’t judge. We understand that everyone’s choices will be different, and what works for one won’t work for everyone. To us, that’s the beauty of a sustainable life—it’s finding those things that are meaningful to you, and making them a part of your daily routine. That’s why we like products with purpose—things that don’t just look good, but also have a story to tell, a history to share. Continue reading
Summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to give up on gardening. It just means it’s time to take it indoors. You can keep enjoying garden fresh, organic produce all year long with just a little bit of planning, and the best part is, you don’t need a big yard. An indoor herb garden is all about the little things – all you need is a sunny windowsill and the right products.
Pick up an all-in-one kit that includes seeds, growing medium and even a container and make your indoor herb garden super simple. Each kit features a different style of cuisine, pick your favorite, or have several.
Go the hydroponic route with reclaimed wine bottles transformed into cool-looking hydroponic herb gardens.
Take a more traditional approach with these all-natural bamboo pots. A modern, eco-twist on the classic window herb garden. Keep the collection together in a recycled steel grow rack for a modern edge.
Take a super easy approach with a garden-in-a-bag. These all-in-one bags come with your choice of basil, cilantro, thyme, dill, parsley, oregano, mint, or sage.
More the do-it-yourself type? Grab a collection of organic seeds and your favorite pots and planters and design your very own indoor garden.
Embrace the benefits of clay with terracotta herb pots, and a specially-designed sprouting tray to grow your own healthy sprouts for salads and sandwiches.
You’ll have fresh, tasty herbs ready at your fingertips all year long, plus the added benefits of growing something green indoors. Fresh herbs not only taste great, but they look beautiful and smell amazing just growing in your home. Plant some goodness!