Plants, Seeds & Services
Putnam Hill Nursery offers a robust selection of perennials, herbs, annuals, vines, and native plants that are propagated and grown at our nursery in Forest Hill, Maryland.
When checking out, please mention AHS Virtual Garden Market in the Order Notes.
Since 1900, our family has been growing beautiful bulbs in Gloucester, Virginia. Since then, we’ve evolved to offer high-quality bulbs of all kinds, tropicals, perennials, annuals, supplements, books, and gifts.
Designate American Horticultural Society as your organization of choice at the welcome screen. AHS receives a donation equal to 25% of your purchase.
gardenUP provides design, delivery and installation of green goods. Choose your garden. gardenUP does the rest.
Currently shipping to VT, ME, NH, NY, MA, PA, RI, NJ.
Foxgloves are designed to offer comfort, ease of use, versatility, and style — all in one.
Shop Renee’s Gardens for new, exciting and unusual vegetable, flower and herb seeds, including heirlooms, Certified Organic, open-pollinated varieties.
Enter code FR19A8 upon checkout and AHS will receive a donation equal to 20% of your purchase.
Radical Roots Farm grows high-quality, certified organic vegetables, herbs, and plants on a 5 acre family farm in Keezletown, Virginia.
Plantskydd® repellents are the #1 most effective, longest lasting and most tested to protect against deer, elk, moose, rabbits, voles, squirrels and other herbivores.
For over 90 years, Corona Tools has offered a full range of professional lawn and garden tools—from pruners, shears and loppers to saws, shovels and rakes.
Enter code SAVE10GIVE10 at checkout to receive an additional 10% off your purchase and free shipping.
Durable garden markers made from recycled plastic and corn cob fiber for the earth-wise gardener. Made in the USA.
Plant Seads creates products that help people live more sustainably and empowers individuals in the fight against climate change using adaptive design. Our vertical garden planters empower people to transform any space into a vertical garden with 100% recycled plastic.
Enter the code AHS at checkout for a 25% discount.
Plant your garden with ease and grow (a lot) more food in less space. This innovative garden tool ensures that you sow seeds at just the right distance apart.
Easy Digging tools have been engineered or selected to be better, stronger, and more efficient. These unique tools will outlast and outperform the competition.
Gifts for the Gardener
A small batch ceramics studio located in Virginia. Heather Lezla uses natural and industrial elements to inspire her utilitarian ceramic pieces for table top and garden.
Shop inspirational and educational flower gardening & design video lectures; gardening books, gorgeous floral notecards, and virtual design consultations from award-winning speaker, author and garden designer, Kerry Ann Mendez.
Enjoy your next cup of tea in a lovely AHS-branded bone china mug exquisitely decorated with spring, summer, autumn or winter flowers. Sold in pairs or sets of four.
Gifts from the Garden
Red Root & Co handcrafts plant-based tonics, beverages, vinegars, teas, and other herbal preparations made with high quality ingredients, using local, organic and fair trade.
Use code GARDENMARKETAHS at checkout.
Handcrafted in Idaho with durability in mind, our Hang Loose Hammock is proven one of the most luxuriously comfortable hammock chairs on the market today.
Dig in! Our books offer gardening tips, tools, and techniques from leading experts.
From Trees of Life to Plants that Kill, Princeton University Press offers a wide variety of titles for gardeners, plant lovers, and nature enthusiasts.
Enter coupon code AHS30 at checkout to receive 30% off your order.
We would be delighted to include you as a sponsor or vendor of the Virtual Garden Market. When you support this fundraising event, we will help you get your message out to an audience of avid gardeners across the country. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Need some help getting started with your garden this year? Check out the below educational and inspirational resources from Corona, Princeton University Press, Davey, Chapel Valley Landscape Company, and Cultivating Place, sponsors of the Virtual Garden Market.
Listen while you shop! Tune in to an episode of podcast Cultivating Place in which host Jennifer Jewell speaks with Rebecca McMackin about rebuilding ecology where we can – and, she notes, if Brooklyn Bridge Park and her team can do it on concrete shipping piers over the East River in New York City – we can all do it.
With appreciation to our Virtual Garden Market Sponsors
George and Patti White
Robert A. Murray
Friends of the Virtual Garden Market