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Beneficial Garden

Bringing back the bees.

The first garden kit designed for the sole purpose of creating a balanced garden ecosystem.

33%

of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants.

Smart Gardening

Some vegetables can be used as physical support for others. For example, corn and sunflowers can support cucumbers, beans and snow peas and legumes draw nitrogen from the atmosphere and add it to the soil around them.

Little Helpers

Planting large leafy plants can shelter beneficial insects and planting marigolds attracts bees while repelling many pests.

Create Your Own Soil

Fill your Beneficial Garden with layers of compostable yard waste.

See the Vita soil recipe