Whether you’re a hobbyist gardener or a landscaping professional, we know you want your plants to grow.
There’s nothing more frustrating than following the seemingly elementary instructions on a plant tag only to watch your plant slowly shrivel and die. We recognize and love that plants are living things, however, you shouldn’t have to spend as much time fussing over them as a pet or even a human child. Gardening should be a therapeutic activity that’s good for the body and mind– never an anxiety laden waiting game centered around the fragile lives of your plants.
Every product we develop for gardeners and landscapers of all skill levels has to meet three very basic, yet critical criteria. Our products must be Simple, Successful and Sustainable.
With over thirty years of experience in horticulture, landscaping and hobby gardening, we ‘get’ growth in more than a few ways. We’re so proud of our flagship product line, GOOD DIRT and invite you to explore why we believe these great products meet our three criteria with flying colors.
If you have any questions about our company or our products, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line. We are so thankful for your interest and hope we can help you grow great plants and memories in your garden.
How we got started
My husband and ‘chief of R&D’, Al Newsom, has been in love with soil and plants longer than he’s even known me. With 30 years in the garden as a hobbyist, landscaper and professional horticulturalist, he’s worked with a myriad of products over the years and has seen many come and go. With effective gardening products becoming more mainstream in recent years, we sought to improve upon them by modifying known commodities to be more sustainable and easier for the consumer to use. With the rise of less than effective ‘green’ products, it was critical that Full Cycle Gardening’s offerings respect the earth but also the consumer’s dollar by achieving the desired results with minimal difficulty.
Gardening is a lifestyle. It serves as therapy for our family, along with the music we listen to while in the yard, the food we plant, harvest and prepare and the memories we create with our friends and family in our outdoor space.
-Suzy Newsom, Founder