“Cooking is love made visible.”

“Laughter is brightest where food is best.”
—Irish proverb

“Cooking is love made visible.”

“Laughter is brightest where food is best.”
–Irish proverb

Let the Good Times Grow


  • Three seasons of just-picked organic vegetables, straight from your backyard to your table
  • Memorable moments with friends, enjoying delicious meals prepared with your own fresh herbs and produce
  • Teaching your kids that vegetables don’t “grow” in the supermarket

Make this your new reality!

Even if you have no experience (or interest) in gardening, you can enjoy your own healthy harvest as soon as this spring, with help from Yard2Kitchen.

Do as much – or as little – as you want

Whether your fingernails have dirt underneath or polish on top, you’re in charge when you hire Yard2Kitchen to build your backyard vegetable garden. You’ll choose from a menu of custom services:

  • 3 sizes of hand-built raised garden beds
  • your family’s preferred mix of seasonal veggies, fruits, and herbs, planted by us or by you
  • 2 tiers of garden maintenance plans
  • 24/7 help line available

How We Make It Easy


Consultation & Design


Construction & Installation


Management & Maintenance


Happy Healthy Family

Meet The Team

Ed Albright

Ed Albright

Master Gardener

Growing up in what was then rural Long Island, Ed was surrounded by Long Island’s famous potato farms. Read more…
Bill Boyce

Bill Boyce

Landscape Architect

William R. Boyce IV (aka: Biosphere Bill) is the Owner and Principal Landscape Architect of Biosphere, Inc., a landscape architecture firm. Read more…
Kirk Sohr

Kirk Sohr

Master Gardener

It would take several years of living in a Hoboken walk up to awaken Kirk’s desire for his own “piece of the great outdoors.” Read more…

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