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Dig into your Garden Blog
Dig into our guide to gardening with raised bed soil and discover what makes the best soil for raised beds. ✅ Shop Kellogg Garden at your local retailer! More
Chives are a wonderfully flavorful perennial herb to grow in your garden, containers, or even indoors. Check out these tips for growing chives so that you can enjoy the benefits of growing and harvesting an abundance of chives this season and beyond. More
Wondering what kind of difference an organic lawn fertilizer could make for your yard this summer? Click here to find out! More
Planting in containers is an excellent way to showcase your style with plants; pairing different colors, heights, and textures artistically. Follow our guide for exceptional flower garden container ideas for color & effect and enjoy eye-catching, perpetual blooming planters all summer long. More
Mealybugs are tiny insects that plaque gardens by depleting plants of nutrients and causing a myriad of problems in the garden. Follow our robust guide for understanding mealybugs, so you can detect them early and manage them effectively and organically. More
Let’s explore the differences between blood meal vs bone meal to determine which one is right for your garden, helping you achieve bigger blooms and increased yields throughout the growing season. More
We believe in organic gardening.
What is Organic?
Organic gardening focuses not just on growing the biggest plants, but on nurturing the health of your garden’s entire ecosystem — particularly the soil. In fact, the success of your organic garden starts with the soil. Ideally, you want your soil to support a rich life of beneficial micro-organisms that promote plant growth.
Certified & Verified
Our products meet stringent National Organic Program (NOP) standards. Compliance with national standards is verified by two reputable outside agencies, one is the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and the other is the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Organic Input Material (OIM) program.