Cucumber - Watering Can Grow Kit

Botanical Name: Cucumis sativus

Availability: In stock

Grow your own Cucumbers with this cute all-in-one grow kit, complete with tin watering can!

This kit includes a peat pot, seeds and soil pellet plus a bright coloured metal watering can to water your plants, and stickers to decorate your watering can. Grow and reap what you sow with this vibrant all-in-one grow kit! Perfect gift idea.

Cucumber Richmond Green Apple - Little cucumbers that grow in a fun round shape that you can munch!

Watering can made of galvanised steel with zinc coating.

Product Specifications
How To Grow

Growing Instructions (included with kit)

  1. Hydrate soil pellets in a bowl using 1 cup of warm water. Allow the soil pellets to soak in the water and expand. Continue to add water until the pellets are completely expanded & the soil appears fluffy.
  2. Once the soil has cooled down transfer most of it into the peat pot, filling the pot to approximately 1.5cm from the brim. Leave a couple of spoonfuls of soil for later use.
  3. Place your seeds on top of the soil and cover with a very fine layer (5mm) of your leftover soil.
  4. Place the peat pot in a well-lit position but avoid direct sunlight until the seeds have germinated.
  5. Once seedlings appear, use your watering can to water your seedlings, and apply a half strength fertiliser every two weeks.
  6. Thin out by removing smallest plants, leaving the strongest 2-3 plants more room to grow in the pot. The thinnings can be transplanted into the garden or other pots.
  7. Once the seedlings are mature (with approximately 5 leaves) transplant them into their growing spot in the garden, pot-and-all.
  8. Continue to use your watering can to water your plants while they grow.


Soil Type sunny position
Important Note

-The soil should not need watering again until seeds have germinated. However if water is required, use a water spray bottle to moisten the soil. You can tell if the soil is drying out if the colour turns from dark brown to light brown.

-The soil should be kept moist, but not too wet. If you are unsure about the correct moisture level, press the soil gently. If the soil feels moist but no water appears, the level is correct. If water appears on the surface, gently tip the pot to its side, and let any excess water run out.

Our Seed Guarantee

If you are not completely satisfied with these seeds Mr. Fothergill's will gladly replace them for free. Performance subject to growing conditions.

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