Veggies, Fruits, Berries & Edible Gardening For Indiana Plant Enthusiasts
Enjoy tasty, homegrown edible plants and herbs from Galbraith's Landscaping and Lawn Care.
Finding the Right Edible Plants for Your Garden
Growing your own fruits and vegetables is one of the most satisfying types of gardening. From fruit trees, tomatoes, and peppers to herbs, strawberries, and blueberries, edible plants enrich your garden and create a magical experience for your kids to eat what they’ve grown. Galbraith’s provides a wide array of edible plants for all kinds of Indiana gardens. Our team will help you discover new edible plant varieties and find your favorites in our garden center. Consider the following kinds of edible plants when you’re selecting what to grow in your garden this season.
Veggies and Herbs
Vegetable gardens are making a comeback as people desire healthy, flavorful home grown produce. Grow your own and know that it is safe and wholesome. You can grow a few vegetables in pots on your patio or fill up a large backyard plot. It is so rewarding to taste the goodness of vegetables and fruits that you grew
Each spring gardeners all around town are thinking the same thing, “what can I do in the yard?” This is the perfect time to think VEGGIES. There are several vegetables that can be started as soon as the soil is workable in the spring.
There has never been a better time to add perfectly-ripe, plump, tasty homegrown berries to your garden. New, more compact-sized plants and improved varieties have made growing berries even easier and more rewarding. We sell our berries in a special soil mix crafted especially for edibles, so your plants will flower and fruit more in their first year in your garden.
So, get your garden ready for our favorite backyard berries! These edible plants will not only have your garden looking tip-top, they’ll make your taste buds mighty happy.
Our fruit tree selection offers some of the best in disease resistance and adaptability. We offer a wide variety of harder to find Apples, Pears, Cherries, Peach, other fruits! To maintain most fruit trees in small spaces we also have trees on dwarfing rootstocks available. Advantages of dwarfing rootstocks is in ease of harvest, quick bearing and larger fruit. Small trees can be planted much closer together, allowing for more trees and greater variety in a small area.