Pot cultivation

DIY Gardens In Small Places

For a Happier & Healthier Life

Fill Your Space with Plants

Our Garden Kits


Pocket Garden

Grow your own favorites indoors with this cool pocket garden kit.
It comes with a grow medium, seeds, dome bag and fertilizer, It grows in the pocket bag, perfect size for a window or small sunny area. Not everyone has the space to grow large amounts. But our new pocket gardens lets everyone enjoy growing a little on their own. Perfect for those in apartments or who don't have a lot of space.


Starter Garden Tin

This one is designed for your choice of Hummingbirds, Butterflies or Honey Bees. Each tin contains seeds, fertilizer and soil improvements. Each contains enough for a 10sq foot area. They are so easy to do and work great for patio garden pots or a small garden area! Draw in Hummingbirds to your garden. These make great gifts and the tins are a nice little keep sake.


Cat Grow Bowl 

elf contained window garden kit, designed with kitty in mind!
Stainless steel cat bowl stuffed with all you need to grow fresh catnip for your house cat. Grow the catnip in this cute cat bowl. It comes with grow medium. catnip seeds, a plastic cover bag for starting the seeds and a directions how to grow.
Great gift for a Cat Lover!


Coming Soon Valentine Garden Kits

Check back later for more info on these seasonal products

We Are A Licensed Plant Nursery

We specialize in creating DIY garden kits for small spaces. When a full sized garden is out of the question, and space is limited, Green Thumb Gardeners has your solution. We love gardening, and want to share our green thumb with you!

Green Thumb Gardeners is part of Dark Water Ranch LLC a licensed plant nursery in the state of Oklahoma. We specialize in designing DIY garden kits that allow anyone to grow their own food or flowers no matter their space.


Where To Find Us


Local Farm Markets

Saturdays check to with us to find out the dates

Garden Kits available at the markets

Image by Francesco Gallarotti

“Don’t judge each day
by the harvest you reap,
but by seeds that you plant”

Robert Louis Stevenson