Order by February 28 for March Delivery!
- First Season Normal Price:
- OG First Season Discount:
- 20% off
- Your First Season:
- Following Seasons (recurring):
Your Membership Includes
Premium App Support
Our members-only app has localized care guides, watering reminders, support, and much more soon.
Plant Food on Autopilot
For all three of your plants, we’ll send you tailored plant food in the amount you need, when you need it (usually once or twice a month).
Sometimes plants die. That’s okay. Especially because you’re a Gardenio member, which means we’ll send you a new one.
What plants can I get?
Select your plant preferences when you become a member, in case, for instance, you’re a cilantro hater, we’ll never send you cilantro. Boo. Want something else? Join our waitlist to get new release updates.
Tulsi (Holy Basil)
The Gardenio Journey
This is how a normal one year Gardenio Timeline looks like, but you can go 4ever.
Your first growbox arrives with three plantkits! Such occasion for joy!
Bam! New in-season plantkit, plant food for it, and infinite lives for it all season.
Your plant family is growing! You’re up to five now! Can you believe it? We can’t!
You’re so good at this! Add to your collection, sub for a refill, it’s all good!
No commitment. Pauseable, cancelable. You do you.
Your membership gets you a full season’s worth of products and support, but you can bow out early, no problem. Don’t wanna re-up next season? You can edit, pause, or cancel your membership anytime. Life happens. We understand.
Want to make a return? Thing is, since it’s all organic, we can’t re-use it, so we just say hey, keep it, store it, compost it, hand it to a friend, make some art with it. Do good with it.See full FAQ
All organic, sustainable, compostable, lovable. Cause plastic sucks.
Our containers are made out of rice hulls – can you believe that?! – and natural dyes, starting to compost in about five years. Our organics (plants, soil, compost, mulch) are all organic and sourced from Central Texas. Our plant food is made from food waste. You could throw the whole thing in the compost and be just fine, but that’d hurt our feelings tbh.