Salad isn’t meant to come from a plastic bag. It should come from your own garden!

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Freshly cut garden greens taste so much better than store-bought. And, after the initial investment of garden setup, you can harvest loads of greens for the price you'd pay for one small bag at the store. 

If you're new to gardening or don't have a ton of space, don't worry. Salad greens make great starter plants, and you can get a ton of leaves from a small container. 

I don't know about you, but I'm ready to leave my sad salad era by growing my own and enjoying the most flavor and nutrition. 

What's Included

A cedar garden either 4 x 4 x 1 or standing 4 x 2 x 2

Seed Spacing Ruler

10 Zinc Plant Tags

7 organic, non-GMO seed packets that include: arugula, swiss chard, kale, arugula, spinach, spring mix, black seeded simpson, buttercrunch

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Salad Garden School Online Video Course


Salad Garden Guide Ebook

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5 Reasons To Grow Your Own Salad

reason 1

Homegrown Greens Are Better for You & for the Planet

Most of the leaves that you find on the shelves of grocery stores have been treated with synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and pre-emergent herbicides to prevent pest pressure and disease. Not only are all these chemicals bad for you, their use also has major repercussions for our climate and for the farm workers who handle them.

reason 2

You'll Enjoy Better Flavors & More Texture in Your Salad Bowls

Many consumers are led to believe that there are only a handful of salad greens worth eating. In reality, the greens you find at the store are just the ones that stay fresh longest. They're hardly representative of the hundreds of varieties of lettuce alone you can grow. There are so many different flavors to explore when you grow your own, and you'll enjoy them when they're fresher, better-tasting, and at their nutritional peak.

reason 3

Leafy Greens Are Super Easy to Grow

Plants that we grow for their leaves are the simplest and easiest to grow. That's because leaves are one of the first things a plant produces. We can begin harvesting leaves in a matter of weeks, instead of spending months fertilizing and pruning these plants while we wait for flowers and fruits to form.

reason 4

You Can Harvest a Ton of Leaves from a Small Space

Most of our favorite leafy greens don't take up that much space. The root systems of salad greens are small, which means they don't need a large garden to thrive. You can grow a productive salad garden in containers.