Vegetable SeedSheet, 4’ x 8’

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$79.95 $69.99

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Vegetable Seedsheet Lets You Plant a Weed-Free Garden in Seconds!

  • Plant a vegetable garden in seconds!
  • Makes planting your garden as easy as making your bed
  • Includes organic, non-GMO, ready-to-grow seed disks
  • Precise spacing ensures the maximum harvest
  • Weed barrier fabric eliminates the need to weed

Simply unfold the Seedsheet and secure it with the included stakes — your garden is planted and perfectly spaced for success. The weed barrier fabric is embedded with seed disks that are ready to germinate and grow through carefully spaced holes in the fabric. Once watered, the disks decompose and the seeds germinate and grow. The Veggie Seedsheet contains seeds for Emerald Oak lettuce, Provider bush beans, sugar snow peas, Yaya carrots and dinosaur kale. Seeds are organic and non-GMO. This 4' x 8' Seedsheet is ideal for raised beds and in-ground gardens. All Seedsheet components are sourced from within the US and are being assembled/manufactured in Middlebury, Vermont.

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  • ​Non-woven polypropylene weed barrier, water-soluble film, compost, seeds
  • 4' x 8'

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very poor germination rate

By JillR

from Santa Fe, NM

Comments about : Vegetable SeedSheet, 4 x 8:

Very easy to use, but expensive and a remarkably low germination rate. I watered daily and the pods dissolved as they were supposed to, but 6 weeks later, fewer than 10% of the pods have even the smallest seedling- and that includes things that should have germinated within days, such as the lettuce. The plants that are growing seem true to what they're supposed to be, and healthy, but overall, definitely not worth it.

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