Trio of Herbs Garden Starter Kit

3 packets
Availability: In stock
$15.95

Grow your own herbs with this trio of herbs garden starter kit!

This kit includes 3 peat pots, Mint, Basil and Rosemary seeds and soil pellets, everything you need to get started with growing your own herbs at home. Grow and reap what you sow with this all-in-one grow kit! Perfect gift idea.

 

Contains these 3 varieties:

Basil Sweet - Ocicum basilicum

Peppermint - Mentha x piperita

Rosemary - Salvia rosmarinus

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How To Grow

Growing Instructions (included with kit)

  1. Rehydrate the soil pellets in twice their volume of water and transler to the pots supplied.
  2. Sow seeds and cover with 5mm of the soil.
  3. Place in a warm and light position.
  4. Keep soil damp but do not over water.
  5. Once seedlings appear, thin out by removing smallest plants, leaving the strongest 2-3 more room to grow.
  6. When seedlings are mature with 5 or more leaves, transplant them pot-and-all into their growing position in the garden.
  7. Feed the plants with a quality all-purpose fertiliser.
  • Mint: Keep the soil well watered and snip off the outside stems as required.
  • Basil: Easy to grow indoors or out, keep well watered and harvest the leaves as you need them.
  • Rosemary: A hardy and drought tolerant herb that prefers a well-drained soil. Harvest by cutting the branches and stripping off the leaves.
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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