Introducing The Kitchen Garden

From plant to plate. Whether you are cooking for your family, friends, or an entire restaurant every recipe tastes better with homegrown, fresh herbs. Cooking invites conversation, conjures up memories, and brings people together. Our newest garden, The Kitchen Garden is your invitation to grow fresh seasonal herbs and be inspired by the weekly recipes delivered to your inbox from chefs, gardeners, and growers around the world.

“For today’s home chefs and future home chefs, may you discover and enjoy the earth’s bounty and enjoy the magic of every season”

Donna Letier

The Kitchen Garden is for anyone who wants to incorporate more seasonal flavors into their everyday meals, whether they’re beginners in the garden or master growers. Many people are intimidated by herbs and gardening because they don’t think they have the time, knowledge, or space to dive into the simplicity of a patio garden of fresh herbs. The new Kitchen Garden can help you grow more confident in the kitchen and the garden as you gain flexibility in creating foods that are nourishing for you and those you cook for. 

Gardens and chefs are natural collaborators. They both salute what the earth has to offer. Chefs are thankful for each harvest and when the two come together amazing things can happen. Sitting on your patio, enjoying the beauty of your Kitchen Garden of seasonal herbs can give you inspiration on what to prepare for dinner.  

A patio garden of fresh herbs offers numerous benefits for both culinary enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals. First, your Kitchen Garden allows for easy access to a variety of flavorful ingredients when cooking. Fresh seasonal herbs like basil, mint, rosemary, and thyme can enhance the taste and aroma of dishes, creating a more enjoyable and fulfilling dining experience. Not to mention the added nutritional elements that come from freshly harvested herbs. 

When the team created the new Kitchen Garden we thought about what we loved from a patio garden of fresh herbs. The number one reason why we wanted to grow a seasonal kitchen garden was to be inspired by new recipes and ways to add new life to favorite recipes. That’s why with the Kitchen Garden you will receive a recipe a week from Grow Pro. Recipes like Blueberry, Basil, and Goat Cheese Pie, Herbed Feta Dip, and Spiced Grilled Chicken with Parsley Butter.  

We hope you’ll take one thing away from The Kitchen Garden: we are all unique and are inspired by different flavors. We hope the kitchen garden gives you the tools you need to grow your best days, season after season. Getting Dirty might just be how you become a better cook.