OUR STORY

Hi, my name is Tamara Cullen and I am the owner of The Roo Apron. I’m a wife, busy soccer mom to 4 girls, entrepreneur and garden enthusiast. I’m always looking for ways to simplify life, so when given the opportunity to help create a gardening apron that would save time and make gardening and harvesting easier and more efficient, the answer was a quick yes.

OUR STORY

Hi, my name is Tamara Cullen and I am the owner of The Roo Apron. I’m a wife, busy soccer mom to 4 girls, entrepreneur and garden enthusiast. I’m always looking for ways to simplify life, so when given the opportunity to help create a gardening apron that would save time and make gardening and harvesting easier and more efficient, the answer was a quick yes.

TESTIMONIALS

TESTIMONIALS

I absolutely love my Roo! After complaining to a friend that I had to wear my kitchen apron in the garden and that it didn’t function for all my needs, I received a package in the mail. To my surprise it was a purple Roo. I had no idea it existed. Now that I have one, I use it every day and think of my friend who gifted it to me. I love it so much that I have now given another as a gift. Thank you, Roo!!!

Amanda Stafford

Roo Customer

I knew right away that this tool had potential in the garden! I’ve been harvesting with it for 2 days now and it’s awesome! I can really load up a lot of produce in the front pouch and the side pouches are really convenient for keeping gloves, trowels, etc.

Khaled Majouji

In.Genius Farms School of Urban Agriculture

FROM OUR BLOG

FROM OUR BLOG

4 Easy Tips on How to Start Gardening

Begin with a container. Salad greens have tender root systems and will flourish in a raised container. Use a container made of natural materials such as untreated wood, steel, or clay. Be sure there is a drainage hole and that the container is at least 6 inches in height. The best news? Lettuce plants grow super fast and can be harvested over and over again. It really is the most wonderful way to begin gardening.

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Gardening with Kids

Getting kids in the garden early in life has so many benefits for their immune systems and their mental health. This goes for adults too! Starting healthier lifestyle habits at a young age has proven to carry through life as the person grows. It’s so much easier to start something from the beginning than to try and change your ways years later.

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How To Grow a “Spaghetti Sauce” Garden

A large part of our vegetable garden is planned for an abundant crop of tomatoes. The tomatoes in our garden are grown for the enjoyment of summer eating and snacking, but there’s also a much bigger plan.

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