Success Made Simple
Hand-selected varieties that thrive in containers
No need to transplant, ready to go!
Our creative combo containers put recipe inspired mini chef’s gardens right at your fingertips, with carefully chosen plant varieties that work especially well in containers and are easy to grow.
Growing your own food doesn’t have to take a lot of time, space, or gardening expertise. Bonnie’s patio-ready plants come with everything you need to create an instant garden. Just put them on the deck or patio, by an entranceway, or wherever you’ve got a sunny spot, and you’re good to grow! For best results, water thoroughly around the base of the plant when the top inch of soil is dry and feed regularly with Miracle-Gro® Shake ‘n Feed® Tomato, Fruit & Vegetable Plant Food, following label directions.
Caged & Container Plants
Everything you need to grow your own fresh tomatoes, peppers, or rosemary is right here: a plant, a pot, soil, and even a cage (tomatoes and peppers only). Just be sure to put your new plant in a spot that gets at least 6 to 8 hours of sun per day.
Whether you choose big, juicy slicers or sweet cherry-sized snackers, these plants make growing your own fresh tomatoes as easy as it comes.
Pick one of Bonnie’s two most popular, versatile peppers, Green Bell or Jalapeño. Both are easy to grow and so useful in the kitchen!
If you want versatility, grow herbs. They’re easy to care for, raise the flavor profile of just about any dish, and add beauty to your landscape.
Make sure your plant has this Success Made Simple icon on the tag if you’re looking for a Patio-ready caged tomato.
These baskets add a touch of beauty to your deck or entryway, while at the same time providing you with luscious strawberries, juicy tomatoes, or aromatic citronella.
Large, sweet, ruby red berries cascade from the basket, just begging to be picked. Plants produce throughout the season.
Enjoy the wonderfully refreshing, lemony scent every time you walk by. When crushed and rubbed on your skin, leaves can also help repel mosquitoes.
Colorful, bite-sized cherry tomatoes grow amid deep green leaves, making these hanging plants as lovely as they are productive.