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Are you going stir-crazy like me? Try out some indoor gardening to get some relief. Despite sweeping store closures across the U.S., you can still access many of your garden essentials online, like garden seeds, containers, soils, and even tools.
I’ve listed all the places you can find supplies for an indoor garden online below, but expect delays on shipping and orders due to increased demand.
Oh, and download the KCL app for more ways to save before you dig in!
1. Shop Home Depot’s garden center for soil, plants, pots…everything.
You can still shop Home Depot’s gardening center for items like soil, nursery flats, plants, potters, and more. Check out their Spring sales, which usually start around March of every year. Potting soil goes for less than $4 a bag!
If you don’t want to shop in store, opt for their curbside pickup available at select stores only or next- and 2-day delivery for available products.
2. Buy planters and other garden supplies at Target.
Shop Target’s Lawn & Garden center online to get basic garden supplies and tools, like watering cans for only $3.
To avoid the aisles, Target is offering same day delivery, order pickup, and Drive Up services.
3. Get lawn care and gardening tools at Ace Hardware.
Ace Hardware is still offering their lawn care and gardening tools. Most of their inventory is a bit heavy duty for an indoor garden, but you can find great deals on other gardening accessories, like these Digz gardening gloves for $6.99.
To avoid shopping in person, Ace is offering free store and curbside pickup.
4. Find indoor plants and other supplies at Lowe’s.
Shop Lowe’s Garden Center for garden basics and indoor plants.
If you’re new to gardening, take advantage of Lowe’s One-Year Plant Guarantee. If your shrubs or perennials die within a year of your purchase, they’ll replace them free of charge.
Lowe’s is offering free store pickup and free delivery for orders that are $45 or more.
5. Buy tools and plants at Walmart’s Garden Center.
Walmart’s Garden Center is still offering everything from soil and fertilizer to gloves and more.
If you’re starting from square one, you’ll notice garden tools can get expensive. Save on costs for your indoor garden with this 4-piece garden set for only $8.88 (free shipping).
6. Buy gardening supplies online at Armstrong Garden.
Armstrong Garden stores are closed, but you can still request online for delivery or curbside pickup. Order minimums are $25.
You can get all your typical gardening supplies online, but if you’re not sure which indoor gardening project to tackle, check out Armstrong’s DIY gardening ideas.
You can learn everything from how to re-pot orchids to creating your own salsa.
7. Find gardening equipment at Greenhouse Megastore.
Greenhouse Megastore carries everything you need for a major indoor gardening operation. From high-intensity grow lights to watering tools, they’ve got you covered.
Plus, right now you can get free shipping on orders over $99.
8. Snag wholesale plant trays at ULINE.
ULINE actually sells shipping and packaging materials, but you can bulk order corrugated trays designed for transporting plants and jars.
Right now, you can order a pack of 50 15 x 12 x 2″ trays for $31 (reg. $0.62/each).
To make it more affordable, go in on one orrder of boxes with your favorite plant friends and split the cost up.
PRO TIP: Poke drainage holes in the bottom of plastic soda bottles or salad and blueberry containers to make your own plant trays.
9. Get flowers, veggies and herb seeds at Renee’s Garden.
At Renee’s Garden, you can order packets of non-GMO seeds. Renee’s Garden carries all types of seeds, from vegetables to herb and flowers.
While some seeds are out of stock, you can still find a wide variety online. Expect a 7- to 14-day delay on orders.
10. Order vegetable seeds and plants at Burpee.
Looking for broccoli raab seeds or Bok Choi? Look no further than Burpee.
You can order seeds and plants depending on availability. Want something to usher in the spring? Grab one pack of Imperial Star artichoke seeds for only $4.95 (25 seeds).
11. Buy seed growing supplies at Harris Seeds.
Harris Seeds sells everything you need to get your indoor garden up and running.
Right now, you can get 12 no-drainage Jiffy trays (regularly $18.95) for $17.05, 10% off.
12. Get organic and heirloom seeds at Park Seed.
Park Seed offers everything from heirloom and organic seeds to garden-ready plants.
If you have a back deck or patio, try growing these Cherokee purple organic tomatoes; you can buy them for $1.95 each when you buy six or more.
There’s also a no-code-required shipping special right now for $2.99 on all orders, but give your order 10 – 14 days to be delivered.
13. Find seasonal veggies at Gurney’s.
Gurney’s offers a wide variety of perennials, vegetables, and more. If you’re looking for a springtime veggie, order some Kale seeds for just $2.99.
14. Get cheap peat pots at JungSeed.
JungSeed carries all of your gardening needs, but you can get super cheap 3-inch Jiffy peat pots for just $0.16 each.