Edible Garden









FROM GARDEN TO TABLE

Our plants are delivered fresh from local growers, so you know they are healthy and thriving









Plant Your Edibles

 


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Grow Your Own
Food & Herbs

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Your local Home Depot Store takes extra care
to ensure the plants they carry will live in your area.



Shop Vegetables, Fruits and Herbs

Hardiness Zone

Find edible plants that will thrive in your landscape. Figure out how cold it gets where you will plant them,
then shop in your hardiness zone. These zones are based on the average lowest winter temperatures in your area.

Maintain Your Edibles

Enjoy Your Own Garden Harvest

Grow some home-grown, fresh edible garden plants in your backyard garden or garden box. 

Our plants are delivered fresh from local growers, so you know they are healthy, hardy and thriving.

Add fresh flavor to your food from your own herb garden. Keep your vegetable plants safe from critters in a raised garden bed. You can enjoy fresh fruit for years to come by planting your favorite fruit tree in your own yard.

Check our guides or ask an in-store gardening associate for help narrowing down your choices for your edible landscape.

You’ll be eating out of your own garden in no time. But we have your back, If your home edibles don’t last a year, we’ll replace them for free.

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