In The News

Human Capital Innovations

In this HCI podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Doug Platts about leveraging gardening as a benefit in individual, team, and corporate wellness.

Cheddar News

Bringing gardening to the forefront of wellness, Donna Letier, joins Cheddar Innovates to discuss how gardening can improve your well-being, and why businesses are using this as a way to keep employees happy.

Biz Journals

'The idea is one to many': Gardenuity kit startup sees growth in B2B efforts.


Gardenuity, a Dallas-based e-commerce startup, aims to transform the way consumers create and tend their gardens, from plant selection to harvest.

D Magazine

"We're modernizing something that needed to have a refresh," "Whether you're a marathon runner or a kid in a wheelchair, you can garden this way. And our goal is to see a garden on every patio, balcony, or backyard across the country."

Texas Today

From growing herbs to vegetables, Gardenuity sends you everything you need for your very own at-home garden.

Herb Inspired Drinks

Adding fresh ingredients to your tequila makes for great cocktails.


Gardening can have a positive effect on your mental health.

Wellness Wednesday

Tips for growing your own garden and how gardens are good for mental and physical health.

Wellness Wednesday

Making gardening fun, easy, and accessible.


This week, we are so thrilled to have been featured in The Wall Street Journal's recent article, These High-Tech Garden Tools Will do the Work for You, by Rachel Wolfe.

Paper City

To build healthier communities by making gardening and gardening experiences accessible to everyone. Customized container vegetable and herb gardens matched to your city and the season.

Real Simple

With over $1 trillion spent on holiday shopping in the United States alone, editors have long pulled together their favorite gifts of the season.

Gardening & Gratitude

Plant therapy is incredibly healing and a documented anxiety reducer that can even ease depression. What is it about the power of putting our hands in the soil?

Wednesday's Child

15-year-old Zachery, has autism and needs a forever family who is patient, kind.


Through her company, she wants to invite everyone to experience the "I grew that" moment that comes from nurturing something over time; be it a plant, or a child, or one's own well-being.

Donna Letier of Gardenuity

Five Ways That Businesses Can Help Promote The Mental Wellness Of Their Employees. Interview with David Liu.