The decision to grow "all natural" is an easy one to make.

Conventional gardening revolves around the use of products that harm everything they touch, knocking Mother Nature off-balance and creating a dangerous environment for the soil and water. Then we add a bunch of chemicals to the soil, artificially boosting the growing potential even as we sap it of its ability to regulate moisture and sustain the beneficial insects, worms, and complimentary microbes that bring it to life. It’s easy to see that this is not a sustainable system.

It’s argued that organic gardening is impractical & expensive. Nothing could be further from the truth.

It’s the way our great grandparents gardened, the way food was raised for thousands of years before the invention, wide-spread use, and deceptive advertising of chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.

As you upgrade your soil quality and utilize practical, sustainable gardening practices, your costs will go down.

Growing organic is not a compromise. Done right, it will yield healthier plants, more vigorous growth, larger and tastier fruits and vegetables and more bountiful harvests compared to commercially-centered growing.

The peace of mind you’ll gain as you remove known carcinogens, endocrine disrupters, petroleum byproducts, and mysterious and often dangerous inert ingredients from your lawns and landscapes, is priceless.

At The Best Organic Gardening Store, we believe that the natural way is the best way.

This has proven to be true for centuries. Mankind and technology has accomplished many remarkable advances but there are certain things that are better done naturally.

For instance, we know this is true with fertilizers. Nothing that man has ever made in a laboratory or chemical factory can compare or improve upon devices of nature in this regard. You see it isn’t the Nitrogen, Phosphate or Potassium content that produces great plants & vegetables, although this NPK ratio is so important to chemical fertilizers.

To feed the plants, and to build and maintain the soil, The Best Organic Gardening Store's SoilBlend and Eagle Organics worm casting fertilizer contains millions of microscopic enzymes, microbes and other naturally produced organisms that chemical fertilizers do not.

The microbial activity that occurs when Soil Blend is applied enables the nutrients to be taken up by the plant and not just leach into the soil and then to the water supply like commercial, chemical fertilizers are known to do. The Best Organic Gardening Store maintains strict standards in the production of worm castings produced by Red Wiggler (Eisenia Fetida) earthworms, who are the “real” workers here. These standards include the type of earthworm used as well as the food they consume.  The bedding blend used is made up of all organic, all natural and chemical free substances. When the castings are ready for packaging, our quality control personnel check them for purity, quality, nutrient content, moisture content & PH balance, and either approve or reject the product. Only the finest castings can become SoilBlend or Eagle Organics product.


ultivating a garden on apartment or condo balconies presents unique challenges and features. The first consideration is sunlight exposure. A South-facing balcony without tall buildings blocking the sun is ideal as it gets sunlight most of the day.

A West-facing balcony, which receives direct sun from early afternoon to evening, ranks second best. An East-facing location can still nurture various greens and herbs, but plants that thrive in heat and sunlight may not flourish as well.

Balcony walls and railings could also restrict the amount of sun reaching your plants. If you have an opaque wall or railing, elevating your plants or planters is advisable for maximum sunlight exposure. Using a stand to prop up your planters or opting for a vertical garden are good solutions if this applies to you.

Moreover, living higher up means more wind exposure and temperature variance for your garden, leading to faster drying out of plants requiring more water and resulting in stress that can weaken them or reduce their yield. 

Why Gardening in a Box?


Gardening in a box is an excellent solution for those who have limited space. It can be done in small areas, like balconies, patios, or even indoors, making it accessible to those living in apartments or houses with small yards.

Compact Area's 

Our compact gardening-in-a-box system allows you to cultivate plants in just 2 square feet of space. Despite its small size, it's designed to yield a substantial amount of fresh vegetables daily, ensuring a constant supply of nutrient-rich food right from your own home.

No Gardening Expertise Necessary

Our gardening-in-a-box system is fully inclusive, providing everything you'll need to start cultivating your own plants. From the seeds to the soil, watering system to the gardening tools, and even the gloves, we've got you covered. All you need to bring is your enthusiasm for growing your own fresh produce.

Nutritious Produce. Enhanced Lifestyle.

Gardening in a box offers produce that is more nutritious than store-bought, providing healthier options for your family. The produce is also readily available, satisfying your family's cravings anytime with fresh, home-grown food.

Superior Flavor with No Waste

With zero pesticides, our gardening-in-a-box system ensures that the produce you cultivate is free from harmful chemicals. Additionally, it uses less water, making your gardening process more environmentally friendly. Thus, you can grow more while also reducing your environmental impact.


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