Welcome to Ready-to-Grow Gardens! We are an edible garden company that specializes in helping others grow organic vegetables, herbs and fruit in South Florida. We help others grow food as locally as possible by designing, installing and maintainingedible gardens. In South Florida, we can grow tasty edible plants all year!
We also provide a wide range of supplies you might need for your garden, including soil amendments and an excellent selection of organically grown vegetable, herb, and fruit plants.
One of our most popular items is our raised bed gardens built out of reclaimed wood. More info on our raised beds here.
To start an edible garden the main requirements are a sunny location (at least 6 hrs of direct light) and access to water. If needing help planning a garden we offer free remote consultation services using satellite images and photos or we offer in-person consultations for a fee (1 hr, starting at $100 depending on location). For more information on our edible garden services or to schedule contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 786-436-7703.
Have any of you noticed a touch of cooler air about? It is transitioning to fall as we know it, the time of the year when we can start planting veggies and herbs that like it extra cool. At Ready-to-Grow we’ve been really busy getting ready for the planting season.
This weekend Oct 5th & 6th, 10am-3pm will be our Season Opening Sale at the Ready-to-Grow Garden Center. We will have a variety of crops available including over 20 varieties of our favorite tomatoes, lots of different peppers, eggplant, greens, herbs and a bunch of tropical fruit trees! We will also have seeds available, soil amendments and plenty of advice. Our address is 4590 SW 122nd Ave, 33175. Feel free to peruse our list of plants available ahead of time at www.ready-to-grow.com/edible-plants/. Knowing what you are most interested in getting ahead of time will help make your visit go more smoothly.
In an effort to reduce some of our plastic usage we encourage customers to bring boxes or bins to hold their plants in. Also, if any customers have plastic pots left over from previous plant purchases we are happy to use them again if they aren’t being used.
If anyone would like to invite any friends, feel free to share our facebook event page for the sale!
We will also be open by appointment on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons for the season in general with a $50 min purchase commitment.
Our next sale will be November 2nd and 3rd and after we will have sales the first Saturday of each month for fall and winter.
Have you always dreamed of a job that includes working outside and helping people grow their own food? Perhaps you should consider working with the RTG team. Our busy season is here and we are looking for people that can help with some or all of the following: – Nursery management (plant propagation, soil mixing, potting, weeding) – Loading and unloading of heavy organic material (soil, mulch, manure, and an effective way to get stronger) – Carpentry (cutting wood, building garden beds, preparing beds for installation) – Retail sales (helping customers select plants and materials they need from our nursery to grow food) – Installing and maintaining edible gardens – System optimization (helping us do what we do better and more efficiently) – Garden education (teaching others how to grow their own food, including helping with classes) If this is a job that you might be interested in, feel free to email Dylan@ready-to-grow.com with a cover letter (what interests you), resume and preferred pay rate. We are open to occasional, part-time and full-time help. Also, if you know someone else that might be interested please share!
Still need a gift for your dad? Summer is here and this coming Sunday is Father’s Day! The day before, Saturday 6/15 we will be opening for perhaps our last sale before fall for our “Father’s Day Sale”. We will have an excellent variety of tropical fruit trees, including about 30 varieties of mango! We will also have a selection of veggies and herbs that can grow in the summer and soil amendments like soil mix, composted mulch, aged manure and organic fertilizer. Have questions about your garden? Come ask them and we will do our best to answer them. Futhermore, we have special deals on certain trees and plants, such as:
Dragonfruit – $10 for 1 gallon, $15 for 3 gallon
Purple Caimito (Star Apple) – $30 for 7 gallon
Longan – $25 for 3 gallon, $50 for 7 gallon
Cashew – $25 for 3 gallon
“Everbearing” Mulberry – $25 for 3 gallon
Coconut – $20 in 7 gallon
Sapodilla – $50 in 7 gallon, $75 for 15 gallon
Banana – $20 in 3 gallon, $40 in 7 or 15 gallon
Papaya – $10 in 3 gallon
African Potato mint – $2 in 4″ pots, $5 in 1 gallon pots
Sweet potato – $2 in 4″ pots
If interested in seeing our updated price list before, please send email to email@example.com. Feel free to stop by!
The Ready-to-Grow Garden Center was visited by Mother Nature on Monday in the form of a tornado. While there was much structural damage to our nursery, most of our plants are ok and ready for a home, and also could be perfect gift’s for Mother’s Day!
The cool weather that allows south Floridians to grow many of our favorite veggies has left and the more tropical hot and humid weather has arrived. While many annual veggie gardens are winding down over the next month, we are entering a great time of year to plant tropical fruit trees and other heat tolerant plants.
Are you looking to get any fruit trees or other plants for the warmer time of year as a gift for your mom? If so, you might want to check out our Mother’s Day Sale!
This will be happening this Saturday 5/11 from 10am-3pm at our nursery located in Miami’s Horse Country.
4590 SW 122nd Ave, 33175
Our nursery is well stocked will lots of different species and varieties. For example, we have about 30 varieties of mangoes, 6 varieties of dragonfruit, 5 varieties of loquat, and 5 varieties of avocado, just to name a few.
The cool weather that allows south Floridians to grow many of our favorite veggies has left and the more tropical hot and humid weather has arrived. While many annual veggie gardens are winding down over the next couple months, we are entering a great time of year to plant tropical fruit trees and other heat tolerant plants.
Are you looking to get any fruit trees or other plants for the warmer time of year? If so, you might want to check out our Pre-Summer Garden Sale!
This will be happening this weekend, Saturday 4/27 and Sunday 4/28 from 10am-3pm at our nursery located in Miami’s Horse Country.
4590 SW 122nd Ave, 33175
Our nursery is well stocked will lots of different species and varieties. For example, we have 20 varieties of mangoes, 6 varieties of dragonfruit, 5 varieties of loquat and 4 varieties of passionfruit, just to name a few.
The cool weather that allows south Floridians to grow many of our favorite veggies is leaving and the more tropical hot and humid weather is around the corner. While many annual veggie gardens will be winding down over the next couple months, we are entering a great time of year to plant tropical fruits!
Yes, fruit trees can be long-lived and require varying amounts of space in a landscape. Many large growing species can be kept small by selecting varieties that don’t grow as large and/or through regular pruning.
If any of you would like to grow your own fruit we can help! Our nursery is well stocked will lots of different species and varieties. For example, we have 20 varieties of mangoes that taste amazing, most of which don’t grow into giant trees! To purchase our nursery is open by appointment but we can also deliver. If you’d like help planting them and/or caring for them, we can help with that too!
Featuring special deal 25% off all veggie and herb plants!
We have an excellent selection of crops for you garden that we have grown organically. For certain crops that are best “direct seeded” in your garden we have seed packs available. We also have a wide selection of tropical fruit trees.
We’re very excited to announce our third official class at our nursery “Intro to Growing Your Own Food” which will take place Saturday, December 15th, 10am-noon. In this class we will cover the basics of how to grow your own food including:
– Determining the best location of your garden and getting it started
– The importance of sun exposure
– Understanding soil and how to improve it
– How to water
– Crop choices and timing
– Planting seeds
– Basics of maintenance (harvesting, weeding, amending soil, succession planting, organic fertilization, organic pest management)
In addition to covering the basics, we will include a tour of our demonstration garden with a demonstration!
Space is limited so if you’d like to attend, we recommend registering soon on our eventbrite page. Also, there is limited seating so we encourage attendees to bring their own chairs if possible in case we don’t have enough. We are planning for there to be many more classes at our nursery and would love for you to join us!