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Milford, OH, 45150
United States

(513) 218-0573

One Small Garden can help you change your world one small garden at a time. Let us help you go from zero to gardener in less than 3 hours. Our product line includes raised garden beds, garden tables, storage sheds and accessories for small-space gardening. Our garden and shed lot is located in Milford, Ohio.



One Small Garden is a raised garden bed and storage shed, cabin and tiny house dealer in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Home & Garden Show

Jordan Strohl


Taking place at the Duke Energy Convention Center

March 1 & March 8: 10:30 am - 9:00 pm
March 2 & March 9: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
March 3 &4: Closed
March 5, 6 & 7: Noon - 9:00 pm

We are happy to yet again be a part of the amazing Home & Garden Show at Duke Energy Convention Center. Above you can see One Small Garden’s Chicken Coop as part of three days of creating what was once an idea and now a reality. One Small Garden is proud to be part of the Sustainability Group of Cincinnati, 12 like minded companies showcasing their professions and passions, at the 2014 Home and Garden Show in Cincinnati.

One Small Garden boarders a hypothetical home site which incorporates our regions best sources for residential and commercial sustainable designs, building materials, and consulting/ install services. One Small Garden’s back yard chicken coop, along with our three generations of Greenspot Growing Systems™, speaks to the local food movement. Our three generations, or sizes, on display exhibit everything from our smallest, most space conscious bed to our Grandma bed--perfect for saving your back! And we are excited to introduce the New Mini Patio Garden: perfect for a grandchild's first garden or perfect on the patio for herbs. Our hope is that with these three generations of Greenspot Growing Systems™ empowers us all to grow a little bit on our own.

Healthy Home Workshops

Jordan Strohl

Presented by Bluegrass for Babies

February 15 & 16 during the Appalachian Culture Fest at the Cincinnati Museum Center
Saturday: 12 pm - 4:30 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 3:30 pm

Know and Grow Your Own Baby Food presented by Juliann B. Gardner
Feb 16th from 2 pm to 3:30 pm

This incredibly cold winter has been a winter to remember. Between braving the cold and scraping the snow and ice off of my All-Season beds to access the progress of my produce, I have been cooking up a storm to warm my kitchen and prepare for my presentation at the Museum Center during the Appalachian Culture Fest this weekend.

Presented by Bluegrass for Babies, who's mission is to encourage healthy lifestyle choices through products and practices for the family, the Healthy Home Workshop will give families access to healthy choices for the whole family. I am excited to be sharing methods of growing, cultivating and processing healthy foods for babies and the family. To show how easy it is to grow and make your own high quality baby food, without needing to go the grocery, I will be demonstrating with one of our small, approachable Greenspot Growing Systems™. I will introduce 6 types of foods and how to produce them, as well as common methods for preservation and use there after.

One Small Garden has been committed to teaching the growth cycle of our foods as well as providing accessibility to nearly any home lifestyle. By offering this class room demonstration and lecture, we hope to encourage young families to grow a small bit of their own food at home with their children and to share the simplicity and ease of converting fresh foods to freezer stored baby foods. The cooking and storage of the seasons bounty for future meals (even in the dead of winter) is simple and applies to all of us whether we have families or are living alone. Saving the seasonal crops for the freezer is one of the best ways to keep your own fresh, high quality foods throughout the dormant time of the year.  

Join us this weekend at the Cincinnati Museum Center! 

For more information please visit our Eventbrite page