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Tomato Growing Kit - DELIVERED to addresses within San Diego County Lines


"I Love You from My Head To-ma-toes!" Tomato Growing Kits

Give yourself, or someone special, a gift that will keep on giving this growing season!

This all-inclusive (minus the water and sunlight) kit is available for DELIVERY within San Diego County Lines ONLY. Items will be delivered to and arranged on your front doorstep either Friday, May 6th, or Saturday, May 7th. (We will email you the actual day closer to the date.)

Kit Includes:

  1. One - 10 Gallon Grow Bag (sturdy, reusable, and made in the USA)
  2. One - Tomato Plant (indeterminate red fruit variety chosen to fit the grow bag)
  3. One - Basil Plant (type chosen for both flavor and disease resistance)
  4. Two - Marigold Flower Plants (a stunning variety that attracts pollinators but deters pests)
  5. One - Bag of Soil (organic and amended perfect amount needed to fill your Grow Bag)
  6. Three - Redwood Trellising Stakes (4' long and chosen for durability)
  7. Mycorrhiza - organic concentrate to add to your soil to promote healthy root growth that allows the plant to better absorb water and nutrients.
  8. Instructions on "How to Put Everything Together" in the Grow Bag
  9. Tomato Growing Guide (provides information on how to care for your tomato plant)
  10. Twine - to attach and support tomato plant vines
  11. Epsom Salt for DIY Fertilizer (enough for two months)
  12. Notecard Tag - designed to let the gift recipient know how much they mean to you

* Limited quantities are available. Buy now before we run out!

** Drop off of Tomato Growing Kit/s at your doorstep only. Unfortunately, due to numerous deliveries that day, I will have to check out your growing space another day!

Lessons build upon themselves from week to week within a season and from season to season.

Engaging activities that allow teachers AND parents the opportunity to easily incorporate garden-based science, nature, and nutrition into their weekly plans.

Lessons have been used by Garden Teachers, Classroom Teachers, Parent Volunteers, Caregivers who homeschool, etcetera.

Tried, tested, and refined in the elementary school environment for the last six years, this inclusive program builds school pride while instilling students with self-confidence and appreciation for their community and the environment.

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Tomato Growing Kit - DELIVERED to addresses within San Diego County Lines


Our Mission

To provide accessible resources that create hands-on and meaningful experiences for families to "dig in" and connect while learning about their food and how we can all help care for our planet.

Our Guarantee

This tested elementary school curriculum makes it easy to have or add garden-based learning to any classroom or home. Kids will not feel like they are doing any "work" while engaging with their environment. Learning about where our food comes from encourages community, collaboration, environmental awareness, and life-long healthy habits.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a garden or garden plot for this program?

    No. It does help as your program starts to build some roots, but it should not be why you don't start. Just a few pots or grow bags are needed to get your garden program growing!

  • What is the right age?

    The books are designated by season and grade-level. However, they are used with kids of ALL ages and even adults. One of the comments we hear from grown-ups is how much they are learning alongside the children! 

    If you have a child over the age of 11, who is new to gardening, I would recommend starting with the books for First and Second Grade. My 11-year-old child still enjoys the activities as I sometimes repeat lessons from previous years to reinforce and expand on his prior knowledge.

  • How many sets does my program need?

    It all depends on the structure of the program. We recommend one grade-appropriate set (3 books) per classroom or one entire series (9 books) per garden educator.

  • What else do I need to get started?

    Some pots, good soil, lesson-appropriate seeds, garden trowels, and an enthusiastic teacher, parent, caregiver, etcetera looking to learn and positively impact little ones' lives.

  • How much time does each lesson take to teach?

    Each lesson is broken into portions that have the approximate time written next to the heading. There are also "Optional" activities that allow the educator to personalize their children's experience. Even spending 20 minutes a week will create meaningful learning, but you could also spend up to an hour each week, giving the children more time to dig and explore.