Landscape Design

Vegetable plants offer the satisfaction of growing your own food, providing fresh and nutritious produce right from your garden to your table. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a novice enthusiast, cultivating vegetable plants allows you to enjoy the flavors of homegrown goodness. From crunchy cucumbers to juicy tomatoes, each vegetable plant brings its unique flavors and challenges to the gardener. 

We have a wide selection of vegetables: Cole crops in early Spring and Fall; and all sorts of garden vegetables throughout Spring/Summer. 

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Choosing the Right Vegetable Plants for Your Garden

  • Timing: Some vegetables prefer colder temperatures (Cole Crops) and others (think: tomatoes, peppers, squash) will stunt if they get too cold. Make sure you are planting your starts when the soil is the right temperature.

  • Space Availability: Assess the available space in your garden or containers and choose vegetable plants that fit within your space constraints. Consider compact varieties for small gardens or vertical gardening options for maximizing space.

  • Growth Habit: Choose vegetable plants with growth habits that match your garden layout and preferences, such as bush varieties for containers or vining plants for trellises and arbors.
  • Harvest Timing: Plan your garden to include a mix of early, mid-season, and late-maturing vegetable plants to ensure a continuous supply of fresh produce throughout the growing season.

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