I just love a good garden subscription box. It’s so much fun to wait by the mailbox (I’m not going to lie, I still do that) for your monthly goodies to arrive. It’s even better when your monthly goodies are all things that you like! Recently, I joined a gardening subscription box and I have been thrilled so far! I’ve gotten tons of handy tools for a fraction of the cost! Keep reading below if you are interested in garden subscription boxes, these ones are the best!
Depending on the type of box you go with, gardeners can subscribe to Bloomin’ Bin for as little as $8 a month. Again, depending on the package you elect to receive, you can receive anything from a monthly seeds-only box. Or, the premium version with handy tools and devices. I love to receive this box to stock up on my seeds for Spring. They send such a neat variety, too.
For $14.99 every month, subscribers who receive this box will get 5 packs of heirloom seeds, plant label makers, and epsom salt fertilizer tabs. As well as other things like seed starter pods. This box really is great for the urban gardener, because most of what is sent to you can be planted in containers. Sign up here.
If succulents are your thing, why not indulge in a monthly delivery of succulents? For $10 every month, subscribers to Succulent Studios will get two premium-grown succulents delivered to your door every month. Of course, you will still need to find planters for each one of these, but that shouldn’t be too tricky at all! Register for monthly deliveries here.
Though it’s a bit more expensive, at $29.50 a month, My Garden Box comes with three unique garden bulbs or plants every month. Additionally, you’ll receive all of the supplies needed to care for the plants and bulbs included in the package. For example, this month’s box is all about the art of growing a Bonsai tree. Pretty cool, right?
Our Little Roots is a great subscription box if you have kids because it teaches the basics of caring for a vegetable garden. You’ll receive monthly deliveries of vegetable seeds for your garden, as well as the information and tools needed to care for them. Register here.