Raised Garden Kits for Kids ~ a Great Gift Idea!

Free gift if ordered by December 5th!

November 26, 2018

Order by December 5th and receive a free gift!  See below for details.

Looking for a fun, long-lasting experience to give to your child instead of another toy this holiday season?

Fresh Start Food Gardens introduces an easy to grow, kid-sized vegetable garden kit for this holiday season.  It’s a perfect gift for any child age 3 and up, and a great way to help your child acquire a love of fresh vegetables and appreciation for the natural world.   

Your child's kit includes everything a young gardener needs to get started:

  • Flexible, breathable Earth-friendly raised garden bed - no digging!
  • Non-GMO seeds and locally sourced non-GMO seed potatoes and seedlings
  • Organic soil
  • Local, nutritious, aged compost
  • Plant supports
  • Plant markers
  • Tutorial video series
  • Written instructions
  • Recipe cards

Four kits to choose from!

Your child decides what to grow by January 15, 2019.  Fresh Start Food Gardens will deliver their selected kit in early Spring with fresh, local seeds and soil, just in time for planting.

  1. Snap Peas and Carrot Garden
    You can’t beat this kid-friendly duo for a healthy snack. Easy to grow and fun to eat.

  2. Potato Garden
    Grow a delightful combination of red, white and blue potatoes at home.

  3. Strawberries and Kale Garden
    This combination gives you the freshest possible ingredients for nutritious smoothies, salads or kale chips.

  4. Rainbow Salad Garden
    A colorful mix of lettuce heads, leafy mesclun mix, fresh radishes and carrots for fresh crunchy salads.

Your Child's Choice ~ $69.99 plus tax and delivery

Giving a Kit for Kids as a gift this holiday season?  Order by December 5 and get a free gift pack with watering can, garden gloves, and gift certificate to announce your gift. See website for details.

Questions?  Call 617-803-3921 to reach one of our grower/garden educators.

Fresh Start Food Gardens operates school and home gardens in surburban Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.   Since 2015, we have introduced thousands of school children and their families to the fun and goodness of gardening.