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  • Assorted Fruit & Berry Plants - 4 ct.

    Item  #: 339899 |Model #: 4472/82/92
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      Grow your own berries and grapes. Includes 4 dormant berry plants per package.
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      This 14 pack contains all the essential seeds for your home garden.  They are hand selected varieties are proven to grow well and taste great. It is packaged together to give you outstanding value, more seed for your money. All seed was grown and packaged in the USA.

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  • Strawberry Planter

    Item  #: 540019 |Model #: 4445
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      Grow strawberries on your deck or patio with this kit. Includes 20 strawberry plants and potting soil.
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Vegetable Gardening

Why garden with vegetable plants? In today’s world, there is great concern over what is on the vegetables that you eat. More and more consumers are on the lookout for organic vegetables. But buying organic vegetables at the market can be expensive, and you can never be 100 percent sure if you are getting what is advertised. When you grow your own vegetables, you can be sure they will be 100 percent fresh and unblemished by chemicals or additives.


Which Vegetable Plants Should I Include in my Garden?

Peppers, from the red bell pepper plant to the jalapeno pepper plant, are popular choices, but the most popular choice, especially for those just starting out with vegetable plants in their garden, are tomato plants. Planting tomatoes has a long and interesting history in the United States. It is believed that for much of the 18th century, tomatoes, while they were grown, were not eaten, as they were believed to be poisonous. Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, ate tomatoes in Paris and ended up growing his own tomatoes to eat, which may have been the beginning of their popularity in this country. Now of course, few salads or sandwiches are created without the addition of some variety of the tomato.


Whether the tomato is your plant, or you want to give some other vegetable plants a try, let Sam’s Club help. We can have the plants you need sent to you in no time, and you can enjoy a great vegetable garden right away.