Cooking & Gardening at Home
Even when we are not meeting together in the classroom or in the garden, we can still learn and grow together with our hands-on DIY kits.
Each kit includes detailed instructions as well as instructional videos on YouTube to help guide you through the process. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updates as we post videos.
To place an order for a kit, fill out the form below. Kits are available for pickup at the Barrow County Farmers Market behind the historical courthouse on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. If you order by Friday, kits will be ready for pickup the following day.
Mini Greenhouse Grow Kit- $8
Start your own seeds in a mini-greenhouse! Whether you are new to gardening or have limited space at home, you can still experience the joy of growing your own food. Each mini greenhouse grow kit includes:
1 plastic clam shell container
1 bag of soil
A variety of heirloom seeds
4 biodegradable transplanting pots
How-to videos and updates
Choose from the following seed mixes that best meets your growing interest and needs:
Microgreens - This kit comes with a mix of colorful leafy greens that can be harvested directly from your mini greenhouse in just a matter of weeks. Microgreens make a delicious addition to salads and sandwiches and are a great option if you have very limited space to grow outside.
Herbs- This kit comes with a variety of culinary herbs that are easy to grow for beginning gardeners and are great for planting in either a raised bed or container garden.
Flowers - This kit comes with a variety of flower seeds such as zinnias, cosmos, and sunflowers. If you are new to gardening, flowers are a great place to start and can be planted in either containers or a garden bed.
Squash and beans - Squash and beans grow quickly so this is a fun kit for watching seeds germinate right before your eyes. Seedlings will need to be transplanted into a garden bed (how-to video will be provided) so this kit is ideal for those with a large growing space that gets full sun.
Tomatoes and peppers - Tomatoes and peppers are two summer favorites and it's not too late to get them started. They may take a little time to germinate and grow but it will be well worth it. Seedlings will need to be transplanted (how-to video will be provided) into containers or a garden bed that gets full sun.
Check out the instructional video below!