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The Scoop on Seed Pods
Rise Gardens offers an expansive selection of seed pods, including both vegetable seeds and herb seeds. Our Rise Reserves are an extra-premium assortment of rare and hard-to-find seeds that you can grow year-round in your indoor garden.
Of course, seeds need water, nutrients and the right temperature to grow. Our WiFi-enabled hydroponic systems are self controlled to make sure your plants are nourished and have optimal conditions.
Tips for Choosing Vegetable Seeds
Eat the rainbow. As much color as you can get on your plate, the better. You’re getting a wealth of nutrients. From Rise Gardens, you can get vibrant red Chiogga Beets, Fresh Bite Orange Peppers and even multi-colored lettuce, Callaloo Amaranth.
- Leave enough space. Consider the types of veggies you’re planting and how big they’ll grow, then leave space accordingly. Patio Baby Eggplant, for example, produces eggplants that are 2-3 inches long, with long leaves, so it needs room to sprout. Other seeds, like the Little Bing Tomato, grow upward so won’t need as much wiggle room.
- Mix up your lettuce. You may be familiar with the crisp flavor of Iceberg Lettuce. Now add others to your bowl, for a variety of tastes and textures. Try Parris Island Cos Lettuce for a savory flavor, or Astro Arugula for a bit of welcome bitterness.
Tips for Choosing Herb Seeds
- Think like a chef. Herbs can turn an average dish into something extraordinary. So, what flavors are you drawn to? Add a licorice-y kick to your roasted potatoes and veggies with Bronze Fennel. Bring extra bite to salad dressings and marinades with Mexican Mint Marigold. Impress friends with the sweet taste and bold color of Purple Basil. The list goes on
- Play favorites. There’s nothing like the convenience of growing your favorite herbs just steps from your kitchen. So make sure you grow the herbs you love and turn to again and again. A few favorites available at Rise Gardens: Bunching Baron Chives, Santo Cilantro and Summer Thyme.
- Consider those that dry well. You’ll have instant additions to your spice collection! Mint, thyme and sage are easy to dry. Just hang them upside down or lay them on a tray. Once they’re dry, you’ll want to store them in a cool location in a sealed container.