Spring Is Here – And So are The Pests!
Spring is here, and this means it’s time to get out in the garden and start planting for the season. You’ve probably already noticed the first sprouts starting to push through the soil and you’ll also notice a lot more pests in your garden - here's some great products to help control them!Read more
Grow Potatoes Anywhere with this bag!
As with any vegetable, there are recommended methods of planting that are supposed to work best to result in a healthy and bountiful harvest. Potatoes are no exception, and for some it may seem that there’s too much space and effort needed to grow such a simple spud.Read more
Fabric Raised Beds Vs Wooden Raised Beds
Raised bed gardening is incredibly popular among home and professional growers. Traditional raised beds use layers of wood stacked to form a box, traditionally with ground cloth or a fabric layer at the bottom of the planter to improve drainage and prevent the growth of weeds.Read more
Spotlight: Geoplanter Raised Beds and Trellis Kits
Geoplanter and Trellis Kit Bundles now available! The Geoplanter is a raised fabric planter bed that will last for years of continuous gardening. Trellis netting raises yields by increasing exposure to air and sunlight and optimizes garden space, and are also ideal for ornamental climbers such as sweet peas.Read more
NHS Donates Geopot Fabric Pots to Sequoia Park Zoo
NHS special ordered five 30 gallon Geopot fabric gardening pots with handles for the primate exhibits at Sequoia Park Zoo. Geopot generously donated the supplies and provided five tan fabric pots so that they would blend in better with the exhibits. The expert staff at NHS recommended to use Geopot fabric pots because of their durability, proper water drainage and strong marine-grade stitching on the handles allowing for easy mobility. Geopots are cut from geotextile fabric made from BPA free plastics that are safe to use in the primate exhibits.Read more
Tan or Black? Choosing the best fabric pot for your garden.
What exactly is the difference between Tan and Black Geopot Fabric Pots? Both the Tan and Black Geopot fabric pots are designed to provide the best environment for your plants' roots, leading to more fruit, bigger yields, and happier flowers. And aside from the color, the fabrics used for both the Tan and Black are the same durable, BPA free, geotextile fabric, constructed to withstand the harshest salt and moisture laden conditions season after season.Read more
Fabric Pots vs Plastic Pots: Which is better?
Fabric pots are everywhere. But what is it that makes fabric pots better than plastic pots? How do you know which to choose? Find out more in this blog post that covers 5 key benefits of fabric pots vs. plastic pots.Read more
7 Benefits of GeoPot Fabric Pots - better for your plants than plastic pots, stronger than other fabric pots, and more!
What is it that makes Geopot the best fabric pot for your plants and your wallet alike? To start, unlike the competition, Geopot can be reused for 4-5 cycles with a simple wash after each cycle. The durable yet breathable geotextile fabric and marine-grade stitching ensures that Geopot is the most durable fabric pot on the market - each Geopot stays strong for years. Geopot fabric pots also come in tan or black, and sizes range from half a gallon up to 1,000 gallons, so there's a Geopot product for every size garden or cultivation project.Read more
Easy 10 step guide to assemble your GeoPlanter!
The GeoPlanter is a breathable fabric plant container that air prunes your plants’ roots when they reach the end of the container. The air root pruning process forces the roots to branch out with more fibrous feeder roots which are much more efficient in taking up water and nutrients.Read more
Five Garden Pots for Small Spaces
In recent years, gardening has become one of the most popular hobbies around. Here are 5 products that can help you get a garden going with under 100 square feet of space.Read more