Amazon Vegetable Garden

A how-to with the option to ship ALL of the ingredients for a vegetable garden right from Amazon.

Are you wanting to plant a spring garden but just don’t have the time to build a garden or round up your supplies? Time to turn to your amazon account! Amazon is such a wonderful resource as you can order almost anything! We talk to people all the time who are just swamped with life and don’t have the time to build a garden from the ground up. From live plants to garden accessories, Amazon has got you covered! Check out my Amazon list here and have everything shipped to your doorstep. I hope this helps you get a jump on your spring garden.


  • Garden Bed
  • Potting Soil
  • Live Plants
  • Seeds
  • Cloche Jars
  • Plant labels
  1. Start with a good size garden bed. This can be one made of bricks or cement blocks, or a raised bed like the one we used. This wooden raised bed is by VegTrug and we found it on Amazon! VegTrug has so many incredible raised beds- this one is called a pocket herb garden.
  2. Make sure your garden has good lining. This pocket herb garden comes with its own lining that keeps the soil and plants separated from each other. If your garden is on the ground, the lining will keep weeds from crowding your plant’s space.

3. Plant! You can use loose seeds, seed tape, or already sprouted seedlings. You can find seed tapes at a local hardware store or of course, on amazon! Seed tapes are thin pieces of paper with seeds secured throughout. With a seed tape, you just lay the whole tape down into the soil and the seeds are already spaced out correctly. You only want to cover the tape with half an inch of soil. When choosing live plants, pick ones that have super thick and healthy stems.

4. Don’t forget to label your plants! You can use almost anything from popsicle sticks to old silverware! I have some great ones I’ve found on Amazon that can give such an adorable look to your garden.

Plant some fun herbs and veggies in your garden and soon you will have a kitchen full of some great goodies! If you are doing this project with your kids, planting it on their own might encourage them to eat some greens! Happy Gardening!