|Raised beds and planters by Farmer D Organics and a vintage galvanized English dolly c. 1920-1940's (in Europe they used these to clean their clothes).|
|I love these Slate garden markers, Sophie Conran gardening tools and Beekman Seeds.|
|Ambatalia denim apron, Blithe and Bonny avocado hand cream (made in Santa Cruz and they use old book pages to print their labels for the glass jars), canning and preserving tools and DIY cheese kits.|
|Beehive kits, fresh goat cheese made from the DIY cheese kit, Williams-Sonoma chef and fresh lemon curd meringues.|
|Seeds from Fire Escape Farms (she lives in San Francisco and developed seeds that would thrive in the city) and my new lettuce bowl where I planted romaine lettuce, sun gold cherry tomatoes and the Fire Escape Farms edible flower seeds. I'm also wearing my garden utility apron, that is made by Ambatalia. Molly makes these aprons from sustainable fabrics that are manufactured in the United States.|
|How fun are these Cocktail Garnish Seed Bombs! I think these would be such a fun gift to give along with two vintage cocktail glasses! The instructions also include a cocktail recipe to go along with each garnish that you will be growing! (image via Williams-Sonoma)|
|Chalkboard labels that can be reused on your jars! (image via Williams-Sonoma)|
Williams-Sonoma's Agrarian line supports a lifestyle of healthy living - connecting the virtues of the homegrown and homemade to your everyday table. Their new line includes live plants, gardening essentials, DIY kits (cheese, kombucha, mushrooms) to canning, beekeeping and they are even selling chicken coops.
What I loved about a lot of the products that they have added in this line is that they are from local vendors that are making sustainable products. They have all the things you would need to be able to start your own herb or vegetable garden even if you have limited space like most city dwellers do.
Right now they only have a limited amount of stores selling the Agrarian line across the United States (the closest for us in the Bay Area is Palo Alto at Stanford Shopping Center). But everything is available online along with some great tools that will tell you what to plant and when for the area that you live in!