Fruit trees in MiamiWelcome to Ready-to-Grow Gardens! We are an edible garden company that specializes in helping others grow organic vegetables, herbs and fruit in South Florida. We grow food as locally as possible by designing, installing and caring for edible gardens.

Vegetable plants in Miami

Our nursery in the Miami area sells organically grown vegetable plants, herb plants, tropical fruit trees, soil mix and other organic garden supplies.  To visit, schedule an appointment. We’re located at: 4590 SW 122nd Ave, 33175 .

Need help starting a garden? Consider our raised bed garden packages (built out of reclaimed wood), mini farms, or custom edible landscapes.

To see what we grow visit our vegetable and herb plants as well as our fruit trees.

For help planning a garden we offer free remote consultations or in-person consultations for a fee.  For more information or to schedule contact us at, or 786-436-7703. For updates join our email list, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook. We’d love to help!

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Open on Saturdays!

Cool weather crops are off to a great start so far this season and the Ready-to-Grow nursery has the essentials to help set up gardeners starting their gardens. Due to popular demand, and since December is an excellent month for planting, we’ve decided to extend our open Saturdays through the end of the year!

Need plants or supplies for your edible garden? Our nursery is open to the public for EVERY SATURDAY IN DECEMBER. Hours will be 10am-2pm. No appointment or minimum purchase needed.

Otherwise we will continue to also be open by appointment on most Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, which can be scheduled on our appointments page.

We are located at 4590 SW 122nd Ave, 33175 in Miami’s Horse Country area.

In addition to veggie and herb plants, we have seeds, soil, mulch, organic fertilizers and LOTS of tropical fruit trees available.

To see our plant availability, visit our veggie and herb page and our fruit tree page.

We’d love to help!

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Join the RTG Team

Ready-to-Grow Gardens is hiring!

Are you or is someone you know looking for a job helping others grow their own food? Joining the RTG team might be a good fit! There is a growing demand for people needing help with their edible garden and we need to build our team over the coming months.

We are looking for help with the following:

– Edible garden installation & care

– Fruit tree planting & care

– Nursery management (plant propagation, organization, weeding, signage)

– Carpentry (building garden beds)

– Loading and transporting heavy materials

– Sales of plants and garden supplies at the nursery

– Marketing

– Garden education (helping teach others to grow their own food)

Gardening can be a lot of fun, but keep in mind that working outdoors is usually hot and sometimes rainy. We are looking for teammates with a strong focused work ethic. Prior experience with growing edible plants is preferred but not necessary.

If interested, please email with a cover letter, resume and preferred pay rate. We are open to occasional, part-time and full-time help. Also, if you know someone that might be interested in this, please share!

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eGift cards now available!

For anyone looking for a gift, Ready-to-Grow is now offering eGift cards which can be purchased from our gift card page.

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Ready-to-Grow Gardens recently featured on “Growing Your Greens”

It was an honor to recently get a surprise visit from John Kohler of Growing Your Greens. Below is a video he made at our nursery and demo garden showing some of the growing we do.  I recommend watching it and other videos that John has made about growing your own food.  More at …

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