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Seedball - Italian Herb Kitchen Grow Kit Seedball - Italian Herb Kitchen Grow Kit Seedball - Italian Herb Kitchen Grow Kit

Seedball - Italian Herb Kitchen Grow Kit

DESCRIPTION

This Italian Herb Kitchen Grow Kit from seed cultivating experts Seedball is a brilliant and easy way to kick off your garden adventures with growing your own crop of parsley, basil and oregano from seed.


Each pod contains 2 peat-free coir discs and one seedball with 5-10 organic herb seeds, making a system which is simple to set up and relatively fool proof for starting off growing your own herbs.

 “To use simply remove the seedball, fill the pod with warm water up to the neck and set aside while the coir discs expand. Then, pop the seedball on top of the coir, where it will absorb water and stay nicely soaked (you’ll need to add more water if it becomes a tad dry). From here the seed balls will sprout within a few weeks and once the growth is well above the top of the pod you can transfer into a bigger pot to allow the plant to fully grow, leaving a re-usable pod for storing dried herbs.”
  • Peat-free coir
  • Organic herb seeds
  • FSC-certified cardboard box
  • Re-usable recycled aluminium with cork topper
  • Ideal for a kitchen windowsill
  • Full instructions on the box

Includes seeds for:
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) - Aromatic annual or biennial with bright green, elliptic leaves and small, tubular white or pink-tinged flowers.

Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) - Leaves and flowering sprigs are popular in Greek and Italian meat dishes, soups, stuffings, tomato sauces and pasta, where they are best used towards the end of the cooking process.

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) - Aromatic biennials with broad, pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves and compound umbels of small white or pale green flowers.

PROVENANCE AND ETHICS

All seedballs are made in the UK and peat free. 

Seedball is a non-profit company on a mission to help increase the abundance of British wildflowers and wildlife that depend upon them. They believe that if we can all better use the space we have available to us (whether a back garden, balcony, window box or little patio) we can together have a hugely beneficial impact on our local environment.