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Kitchen Herb Kit – Three Self-watering Indoor Planters with Organic Basil, Organic Parsley, and Non-gmo Mint Seeds.
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- Oprah's Favorite Things 2015: Self-Watering Planters Make It Easy-To-Grow Herbs Year Round
- Includes: Organic Basil, Organic Parsley and Non-GMO Mint Seeds, Plant Food, Grow Medium and More
- Reusable Planter: Includes Instructions For Replanting; Get Years of Herbs from One Kit
- Self Watering Planter: Never Forget To Water Your Plants Again; Your Herbs Will Thrive When You’re Away
- A Must-Have for Aspiring Gardeners, Home Chefs, Jettsetters, Organic-Focused Families, and City Dwellers
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|Item Dimensions||11.25 x 3.75 x 9.87 in||3.5 x 6.5 x 3.5 in||10 x 4 x 4 in||12 x 3.5 x 5.25 in||13 x 5 x 7 in||—|
Oprah's Favorite Thing 2015 Winner - When Oprah asks, we deliver. Our Herb Essentials Garden Jar Set features three self-watering herb kits - Basil, Parsley and Mint. Each mason jar is outfitted with a passive hydroponic system known as wicking, which brings water up to the plant's roots. Grow indoors on a sunny windowsill, then add to your favorite sauces, soups, salads and more. This kit is designed to be reused! Kit Includes: Organic Basil, Organic Parsley, and Non-GMO Mint Seeds, Quart Size Blue, Green & Pink Mason Jars, Stainless Steel Net Pot, Recycled glass Growing Medium and Coco Pith, Polypro Wick, Plant Nutrient Food , and Simple Growing Instructions. A must-have for aspiring gardeners, home chefs, jettsetters, organic-focused families, city dwellers and more! Garden Jars are made in the USA of US and non-US parts, and sub-assembled by agencies that service people with developmental disabilities, helping empower them to assume their rightful roles in society as productive, valued citizens in Chicago, IL.
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Got it for Christmas but waited until warmer weather to start growing the herbs. Once I followed the directions, which were incredibly easy, I waited a few weeks and out sprouted the basil, mint, and parsley. This kit is amazing. The herbs are growing great. And I have used them all for various recipes. So happy with this kit that I also requested an addition to the three. I recently received the cilantro jar. Can't wait to grow it. You'll be so happy with these herb jars.
****AFTER READING MANY OF THE REVIEWS BELOW, here are some tips that helped me:
1. LOTS OF SUN LIGHT. I put these jars on a sill that was southern facing and got Sunlight for 5-6 hours/day. I rotated the jars so each part of the plant got light.
2. METICULOUS WATERING. While "self-watering" you still need to add water to jars
3. USE THE PLANT FOOD. The plant food helped nurture the herbs. It
Really made a visible difference!
4. PICK AND PARE DOWN THE GROWTH. I'm going to dry out my bounty for winter soon and I hope I can keep these through the next season!
5. TREAT THE PLANT LIKE A PET. Seriously, it's a living thing and when we went on a week long vacation, I had my neighbor care for them so they continued to thrive. On shorter trips I added water to fill the jar and took them out of sunlight.
Did not grow. Tried everything. Even put in fresh soil and new seeds in one of them and put fresh soil and seeds in a plastic cup. The one in the plastic cup is still flourishing. The one in the jar is dead.
Save your money. Use a disposable plastic cup to grow your herbs, or go to your local grocery store and get a plant for $1.99.