Check out our fantastic selection of heirloom vegetables for the season!
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Check out the free workshops we are hosting this winter and spring!
Check out the new and fantastic gifts available in our shop this winter! Click on the pages below to enlarge them.
Plant now for beautiful blossoms next spring. Along with heirloom and fragrant varieties of narcissus, tulip, galanthus, leucojum and hyacinthoides, we have a selection of bulbs that squirrels won’t bother with ensuring a colorful garden in the spring. Come check out all the different varieties we have!
We have 4, 9 and 12 inch mums ready to brighten your fall garden. Stay tuned – squashes and gourds will arrive soon!
Saturday July 29th Stop by Urban Roots and revive yourself for a bit before heading back into the gardens. As a venue for the Infringement Fest we will have live entertainment, a place to sit in some shade and cool beverages to enjoy. Infringment Fest Line Up at Urban Roots Saturday July 29th Battle of… Read more »
Ready to plan your summer vegetable garden? Heirloom vegetables seedlings will be available as soon as the weather is warm enough for plants to survive outside. Urban Roots yard is already full of beautiful perennials and annuals – more will be arriving as the weather warms!
Through the month of May, raised bed kits are 20% off (includes 4×4, tiered, elevated and vertical) Enter to win a free 4x4x13 raised bed kit (drawing will be May 31st) Every month there will be a new special and chance to win a great item from Urban Roots Great gifts for Mothers Day Artful… Read more »
Join us at Urban Roots on April 29th for our 10th Year Anniversary Kick-Off party! We are excited to mark this 10 year anniversary with: special events, monthly, free drawings for select merchandise and sales! We will be conducting interviews throughout the season with a video presentation to be made at our Annual meeting… Read more »
The itch to start planting seeds for the coming season’s vegetable garden seems to be ever present during this mild winter. While it’s too soon to start mucking about in the garden – you don’t want to compact your soils structure – it is time to start planting seeds inside. Why start seeds… Read more »