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Garden Supplies

District of Columbia

Here's a brillint idea, the Garden Tower. You can grow 50 plants in a few square feet. You don't have to use the worms if you don't want to: see faq.

 

Ginkgo Gardens
Washington

Johnson's Flower and Garden Center
Washington
 

 

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commongoodcityfarm.org  in DC

 

 

Maryland

Alden Farms
Bealsville

American Plant Food Garden Center and Nursery  (Organic Gardening section)
Bethesda

American Plant Food Garden Center and Nursery (Organic Gardening section)
Bethesda

Behnke Nurseries
Potomac

Behnke Nurseries
700 Watkins Park Drive
Largo

Behnke Nurseries
Beltsville

Bittersweet Hill Nurseries
Davidsonville

Johnson's Florist and Garden Center
Gaithersburg

Johnson's Florist and Garden Center
Kensington

Johnson's Florist and Garden Center
Olney

Kinzie Farms Nursery
Bethesda

Meadows Farms Nursery
Clarksburg

Roozen Nursery
Ft. Washington

 

Virginia

Betty's Azalea Ranch
Fairfax

Burke Nursery
Burke

Campbell & Ferrara Nurseries
Alexandria

Craven's Nursery
Fairfax
 

 


DeBaggio Herbs
Chantilly

Garden World of Virginia
Fairfax

Greenspace Unlimited
Alexandria

Hybla Valley Nursery
Alexandria

 


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Lakeridge Nursery and Garden Center
Woodbridge

Meadows Farms Nursery
Annandale

Meadows Farms Nursery (Landscape Nursery)
Chantilly

Meadows Farms Nursery
Chantilly

Meadows Farms Nursery
Fairfax

Meadows Farms Nursery
Falls Church

Meadows Farms Nursery
Herndon

Meadows Farms Nursery
Vienna

Meadows Farms Nursery
Woodbridge

Merrifield Garden Center
Fairfax

Merrifield Garden Center
Falls Church

Nature By Design (offering primarily native plants)
Alexandria

Nicholls Gardens
Gainsville

Silverbrook Nursery & Landscaping
Lorton

Windy Hill Plant Farm
Aldie

Wolf Trap Nursery 
Vienna
 

 
 


 Food prices are soaring. At a global scale, food scarcity is a growing concern. Starting a vegetable garden is no longer just a fun thing to do, it might just be one of the most patriotic things we can do.

In World War II, people proudly grew "Victory Gardens" to help make sure the country had enough food.



 

 


Roman 36.5" Joseph's Studio Religious St. Francis With Deer Outdoor Garden Statue

 

a video of a garage top vegetable garden in Pennsylvania; the home owners have done an amazing job of creating an oasis in the middle of the city

 

Here's a good look at the amazing variety of veggies that can be grown in containers.
 

 

 






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