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Purchase an Organic Ring Garden

 


Plant a Thousand Gardens Project
In Conjunction with Three Sisters Farm

EEI Organic Gardens in the Community

Plant an Organic Garden at Home
Planting can begin as early as October and as late as January and harvesting will start 70-100 days after you plant and continue for 5-6 months

Purchase an 8’Ring Garden Kit including

  • Soil

  • Pre-cut trellis

  • Drip irrigation tube

  • Healthy Plants  
    The list of vegetables includes, but not limited to, broccoli, pole beans and bush beans, purple, yellow and green, various lettuces, collard and mustard greens, Genovese basil, Thia basil, tomatoes, red cherry, sungold, cherokee purple, black from tula, matts wild cherry, trophy, angora and others. we also have papaya, which can be planted now and will produce in about 7 months.

  • Fertilizer

  • Delivery- can be delivered on weekends

(All of these materials are included in the kit with price for the kit ranging from $125-$500 depending on your soil and installation requirements.)

 

You only need 10’ in diameter
for an 8’ Ring Garden
and harvest is usually 100 pounds
 of tomatoes, as well as herbs,
and lettuce, marigolds
 and nasturtiums.
 

 

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