Raised Garden Beds​

Our raised beds are made from cedar and come unstained insuring no chemicals are leached into your soil, creating an ideal growing environment for plants. Raised beds often have better drainage and the soil tends to warm up more quickly in the spring compared to ground-level soil, allowing  for earlier planting and extending the growing […]

Cut Flower Gardens​

Whether for personal enjoyment, sharing with friends, or selling at local markets, cut flower gardens are a wonderful way to bring beauty and fragrance indoors. With careful planning and attention to the needs of each flower variety, you can create a stunning and productive cut flower garden.

Native Flower Gardens​

Establishing a native flower garden creates mini-habitats that support a variety of wildlife, including birds, insects, and small mammals. They can serve as food sources, shelter, and nesting sites. Native plants have evolved in harmony with local ecosystems and play a crucial role in supporting native fauna.

Edible Gardens​

Are a practical and sustainable way to produce fresh, nutritious food right at home. Edible gardens can take various forms, from traditional vegetable plots to more diverse spaces that incorporate fruits, herbs, and edible flowers. It’s a wonderful way to connect with nature, promote sustainability, and enjoy the benefits of gardening.

Herbal Tea Gardens​

A herbal tea garden not only provides a fresh and sustainable source of herbal teas but also adds beauty and fragrance to your outdoor space. It’s a wonderful way to connect with nature and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of growing and harvesting your own herbs.

No-Dig Gardens​

No-dig gardening is a flexible and sustainable approach that minimizes soil disturbance and avoids traditional practices like digging or plowing. The idea behind no-dig gardening is to work with natural soil processes, preserve soil structure, and encourage the development of a healthy and diverse soil ecosystem. 

Pollinator Gardens​

Pollinator gardens are designed to attract and support pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other insects, that play a crucial role in the pollination of plants. By creating a pollinator garden, you can contribute to the well-being of local ecosystems.

The Trade Station

Join our journey to reconnect humanity with nature

Our mission with Pineal Trade Stations is to connect communities together making it possible for neighborhoods to enjoy the freshest and tastiest produce you can find.