Eco Garden Systems

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parsley herb bunch

Parsley #5

Parsley #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Parsley seeds take quite a while to germinate? For this reason, we recommend “chitting” Parsley seeds – placing new seeds on a paper towel, lightly spraying with water and placing on a sunny windowsill to speed up germination. When the root begins to emerge, plant root side down in loose, well-worked soil.

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oregano leaves

Oregano #5

Oregano #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that tea made from Oregano leaves and flowers is considered to have health benefits? A tea made from these items is believed to help with indigestion, headaches and anxiousness/stress. Oil extracted from the plant was once used to cure toothaches and, combined with other essential oils is believed to stop certain types of hair loss in men.

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mint leaves

Mint #5

Mint #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Mint is especially to flavor loss with fertilization? Like most herbs, they lose flavor intensity but seem to be more impacted (probably because intense Mint is a very familiar flavor for most people).

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marjoram herb leaves

Marjoram #5

Marjoram #5 1138 853 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that you can Winter your Marjoram as a house plant? Simply transplant indoors prior to first frost. In the Spring you can separate the clumps and expand your Marjoram empire!

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garlic cloves and bulbs

Garlic #5

Garlic #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that you should not fertilize garlic? Like herbs, fertilization can decrease the flavor intensity of the final product.

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fennel seeds close-up

Fennel #5

Fennel #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that fennel can grow four or five feet tall? You may need to stake your plants as they will need support as the bulb or base matures.

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dill weed close-up

Dill #5

Dill #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Dill produces for a very short period of time? You can succession plant so you have continuous access.

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chive bunch

Chives #5

Chives #5 980 735 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Chives prefer sandy soil with a lot of organic matter and good drainage? You can plant chives closer together than other herbs – they will fill in and provide a nice looking “row crop”.

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basil leaves

Basil #5

Basil #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that fertilizing Basil may enhance “green growth” but will negatively impact oil content?

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thyme herb

Thyme #4

Thyme #4 1000 750 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Thyme loves the sun? It also seldom needs watering – making it a good companion for your pepper empire! Also, Thyme does not compete well – it needs an orderly environment free from grassy weeds.

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The original Eco Garden will transform the way you garden. Quick and simple to setup, sustainable, and efficient — this garden is for any level of gardener.

Who We Are

Started in 2016, Eco Garden Systems has a long history of gardening, gardening innovation and gardening for seniors.

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