Find out why the Earthbox is the best way to grow vegetables in containers.
Review of the Excalibur Dehydrator
Back hurt? Hands sore? Just plain cold, after container gardening on a chilly day? Heat up a microwavable corn bag, and in minutes you'll feel better.
Better Than Rocks is a plastic mesh you put in the bottom of your container gardens to help with drainage.
The TerraCycle Urban Art Flower Pot is not only styling, it's carbon neutral and painted by inner city artists. You can make some great container gardens in these pots.
Tired of ruining your shoes when container gardening? Try Jolly garden clogs from Gardeners Supply.
When I first saw the Easy Garden I yawned. After I used it, I clapped.
The Lechuza garden planter is the Ferrari of the container gardening world. For a sleek, modern style, check out Lechuza garden planters.
Review of the book, Garden Up! by Susan Morrison and Rebecca Sweet
For successful seed starting try Gardeners Supply APS seed starting system. Review of APS seed starting system from Gardeners Supply.
Let's be honest, sometimes watering container gardens can be a drag. However, when you use OXO's cheerful, well designed watering can you can change the pain to pleasure.
The Grow Box is a great system for container vegetable gardening.
Ever wonder if your "full sun," container garden plants are actually getting enough rays? Suncalc is a very simple gadget that can tell you.
Review of the U CAN - a well designed watering can. Find out why I love the U CAN watering can.
Review of Debra Lee Baldwin's book, Succulent Container Gardens.
Buying a drink-safe hose may be the best gardening investment. Avoid spraying lead on your veggies with this drink safe hose.
Smart Pots are great for growing container vegetables. Read this review to find out why Smart Pots rock.
Pot pads are a great product to keep your container gardens off of you deck. Pot pads are well designed pot feet.
West County Garden gloves are cool, come in lots of awesome colors and styles. Read this review to find out if they work as well as they look.
Looking good and getting sun protection while you are container gardening is easy when you're wearing a great gardening hat.
The Soil Scoop may be my favorite container gardening tool. Soil Scoops rule!
Book review of Tovah Martin's, "The New Terrarium," with photos by Kindra Clineff
Womanswork gardening hat has style and substance
Potrisers are my favorite pot feet.
Fine Gardening is monthly magazine published by the Taunton Press.