Products are selected to be a Southern Grove Choice after showing great garden performance, quality and taste year-after-year. We test and trial many products in our research gardens before offering them to you and are confident in your garden success in the south with any of these selections
Welcome the 2021 gardening season with tasty fruits and vegetables well suited for Southern gardens.
"As a lifelong gardener who has gardened in several states, I understand the importance of finding the right varieties for the right growing conditions. The fruits and vegetables in Southern Grove Gardens were selected with that in mind. My favorite varieties often are very tender, don't ship well and can't be found in grocery stores.
Enjoy your gardening season-and your flavorful and tasty harvest."
Before you put any plants into the ground, you should draw a sketch of the garden area so you can plan how many plants you want and where they will go...Read More »
Plant fruit trees as advised in Easy Steps to Planting Nursery Stock, following the spacing recommendations below. This spacing, less than 50 feet apart...Read More »
There are five basic types of root systems: fibrous roots, long tap roots, rhizomes, roots with "eyes", and fleshy tuberous roots Fibrous Roots, Long Tap...Read More »
Soak roots of trees, shrubs and roses for several hours before planting. Soak strawberries and perennials ½ hour. If you can't plant immediately, see No. 3...Read More »