Why summer gardening is a hot trend
- Get a second harvest of favorite vegetables
- Certain flowers thrive in the hot sun
- Annuals, perennials, biennials are all included
- The kids are out of school and able to participate
Your fresh delivery service is right outside your door—plant a garden this summer to enjoy delicious greens, beans, tomatoes, peppers, and fresh flowers in the months to come. With good soil, proper containers or beds, and sunlight, you’ll be on your way to a fresh garden of great variety, bold taste, and brilliant color. Most gardeners think of planting in spring and fall, but we're here to tell you there's plenty of summer inspiration, too. Take a look at our suggestions, buy a few seeds, then grab your gardening hat and sunscreen!