Plant Your Cinco de Mayo Eats Now

If you don’t already know, Cinco de Mayo means “fifth of May,” which, in 2018, occurs on a Saturday—the perfect excuse for throwing a party. There are many ways to celebrate, but what’s a fiesta without delicious food? And what’s more delicious than freshly-harvested, home-grown eats? We suggest celebrating Mexican culture and heritage and its incredible contributions to the U.S. by cooking up traditional Mexican cuisine.

cutting home-grown pepper

We’re about a month out from the big day. To party with fresh eats, you need to plant now. We’ve got Jalapeños, tomatillos, peppers, tomatoes, and cilantro—all tasty staples of Mexican cuisine.

Remember: We’ll guide you all the way to harvest, and you’ll love the entire growing experience. The party will just be the icing on the cake.