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Garden Supplies

These are all the things I use in my garden.  Pots, plant markers, trellises and ties, all those handy things that make your life easier in the garden.

  • Copper Fungicide

    Blight is a common problem for tomato growers, and sometimes the weather just doesn't cooperate.  It is best to use good practices, thinning your tomatoes, removing diseased leaves, and watering at the base of the plants to prevent excess moisture...

    $12.50
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  • Dipel Dust (Ships Separately)

    Dipel Dust (Ships Separately)

    I always struggled with cabbage worms destroying my cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower until someone suggested Bt (Bacillus Thuringiensis).  It is a natural soil-born bacteria that is toxic to the worms, but harmless to humans.  Just sprinkle a...

    $15.00
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  • Harvest Apron

    Harvest Apron

    Are you like me and always using your shirt to carry in all the produce you find in the garden?  And then my shirt gets stretched out, full of stains, and eventually I drop veggies, too.  These aprons are the perfect solution.  You have...

  • Plant Label Pen

    I have always struggled to find a pen that was easy to use and didn't fade.  We finally found one!  Just a normal, fine tip, market, but one that lasts for the season.  We used it on wood and plastic makers and could read everything...

    $4.25
  • Plastic Plant Markers

    If you have really wet soil, plastic plant markers are the way to go.  The wood can rot and snap, but the plastic will always be there.  These white makers are 6 inches long and 5/8 inches wide and come 25 to a package.  

    $2.50
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  • Wooden Plant Markers

    I love these wooden plant markers.  They usually last a season before they begin to deteriorate, and they look so nice in my garden.  If I have a lot of smaller plants, I use the small plant markers, but sometimes I use the larger ones when the...

  • Several bean pole trellises in a row.

    Bean Pole Trellis Topper

    These are really neat bean pole trellises designed for us by a machinist friend.  Get a piece of 1/2" electrical conduit, insert the topper into the conduit, drive the other side of the conduit into the ground, tie strings down from the topper to...

    $12.00
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  • Japanese 3-Prong Rake

    Everyone at Annie's has come to love this fork/rake.  It is really strong and can pull up even the most stubborn weeds.  I like using it to get under weeds with a long tap root or large underground root mass.  After I use it to pull out...

    $24.50
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  • Kana Hoe

    We tested a lot of hand held hoes this past year and this is the one everyone grabbed first.  It is extremely sharp.  It does a great job of taking out small weeds, as well as the perfect shape for making rows and shallow trenches for planting...

    $23.50
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  • Korean Cultivator

    If I only had one garden tool, this would be it.  I'm fine with hand weeding, but I really prefer a tool for marking rows and digging small trenches for planting seeds.  This tool is perfect for making rows.  It can be used to remove small...

    $21.00
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  • Mykos Soil Inoculant (Mycorrhiza)

    We were looking for a better inoculant, one that works on more than just legumes, and we found it!  Mycorrhiza is a beneficial fungus that lives on the roots of your plants.  It makes little threads that transport water and nutrients to the...

    $6.50
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  • Water Soluble Fertilizer

    I never used fertilizer for my starts until the year we started doing some hydroponics.  Scott had taken over the seedling room and used some hydroponic fertilizers and the plants were HUGE.  Just water once a week with the fertilizer to be...

  • Gardening Sieve

    I have been looking for something like this for years, ever since I started cleaning up lettuce seeds.  A handy sieve with three different meshes, fine to coarse.  The manufacturer says to use it to filter compost, but I can see a lot of other...

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  • Stretch Tie - 150 ft.

    Tomatoes and cucumbers can be difficult to trellis.  Many cages and trellises aren't strong enough, or it's just difficult to figure out how to tie the plants up without damaging them.  Stretch Tie is the answer.  Just tie up the plants to...

    $3.25
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  • Velcro Plant Tie

    Sometimes we need to help our plants stay up on their trellis.  Tomatoes, cucumbers, and squash are the ones that I usually struggle with.  This is one long strip of soft velcro that you can cut to your desired length to hold your vines up on...

    $3.25