This weed-blocking fabric Seedsheet features seed-filled pods that dissolve upon contact with water, "planting" the seeds in the planting mix below. Kit includes seed pods for basil, cilantro, parsley, dill, chives, sorrel. Simply place this Seedsheet on top of a container full of potting mix, secure with the included stakes, and water! When it's time to harvest, you'll have fresh herbs for your kitchen at the ready! All Seedsheet components are sourced from within the US and are being assembled/manufactured in Middlebury, Vermont.
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What a wonderful gift!
By Bee the garden Fairy
from Virginia Minnesota
Comments about Grow Your Own Herbs Seedsheet:
I loved this as a gift. I bought this for friends who are total "foodies". This way they can enjoy the whole process and takes the guess work out of what to plant!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Bought the kit for my 7 & 9 yr old grands. Even though we live in Seattle it's been hot and the herbs really took off. They are eating some of the herbs (basil) right off the plant! Going to order another seedsheet so they might get another crop out of our summer. Excellent!
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I'm testing this one!
from Reno, NV
Living where the temperatures change from snow one week and over 100 the next, it's a challenge for my first grow box garden experience. So yesterday, I took out the plants that just cannot survive here and planted part of the herbs from this package. I am anxiously looking forward to the new sprouts as I love to watch things grow.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Great mini garden!
By Mini gardener
from Southern Vermont
I'm so excited! All of my plants are coming up and growing so nicely. I was able to start these indoors using the cloth pots, taking them outside during the sunnier, warmer days then back in during the cold nights. Now that the weather is getting better, I can leave them outside on my deck.
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