It’s about ~thyme~ you got these goodies for your garden.
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A starter pack of five seeds because you can’t have an herb garden without ’em. You’ll get over 2,000 basil, chives, cilantro, oregano, and parsley seeds so you can fresh herbs for basically the rest of the year.
A bag of potting mix that’s designed to be less prone to gnats so your herbs don’t fall victim to pesky buggers.
And speaking of bugs, a pack of disgustingly effective sticky traps that’ll help you snag those pesky gnats that are terrorizing your herbs.
A water-soluble plant food you mix with water to keep your herbs happy and fed.
Or a pack of food spikes for forgetful gardeners who love fresh herbs but hate when they die because you forgot to water them. Good thing these lil’ guys will feed your plants for up to two months continuously.
A five-tier stackable herb planter if you want to grow herbs but you’re short on space. Each planter is 10 inches wide and has four pockets for plants so you have lots of space to grow.
Or a set of 3.5-inch planters because they’re the perfect size for arranging on the windowsill.
And if that’s not your ideal setup, a pack of window box planters so you can condense the number of pots on your counter of windowsill and just grow all your herbs in one trough.
A four-pot kit that’ll save you the hassle of buying all the supplies separately. This 18-piece set comes with four pots, four soil discs, four bamboo markers, and four different herbs: basil, chives, cilantro, and parsley.
Or a more advanced window garden set to keep master gardeners busy with nine different seeds: basil, chives, cilantro, dill, mustard, oregano, parsley, sage, and thyme. It also comes with pots, soil, and bamboo markers.
A customizable herb-growing kit for anyone who wants to choose exactly which seeds they receive. Basil, chives, cilantro, dill, fennel, garlic chives, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, and thyme are all available and you get to choose your favorite three.
A soil-free AeroGarden Harvest if you want to give your herb garden a sophisticated feel. It comes with six herb seed pods and will remind you when it’s time to water and feed your plants.
A hydroponic herb-growing kit because it’ll remove the mess and stress of soil.
A kid-friendly garden kit so the whole family can enjoy the fruits (and veggies, and flowers, and herbs) of their labor.
A water garden with a fish tank underneath that’ll help you show off your herbs…and Herb the fish.
A chic countertop microgreen grower to add a pop of color, a delicious crunch, and a dose of vitamins and nutrients to your meals.
A window plant pod for ensuring your plants always get enough sunlight. It can hold up to 15 pounds and is one less thing that’ll clutter your counters.
A hydroponic mason jar garden if you want to add some charm to your windowsills. The hardest part is choosing between the Geneovese basil, cilantro, mint, Greek oregano, parsley, and sage. Guess we’ll have to get all of them!
An egg carton kit because it comes with a variety of herbs that may help calm your mind. Each set comes with an upcycled egg carton and chamomile, holy basil, lavender, peppermint, sage, and wild bergamot seeds.
A bottle stopper growing kit so you can put all your empty wine bottles to good use! Once you empty the bottle, fill it with water and insert one of the included hydroponic capsules. Drop in a seed and then wait!
An herb subscription box that’ll arrive on your doorstep each month filled with three seasonal herb or veggie seeds so your garden never gets stale.
An LED grow lamp with a built-in timer to solve the problem of your plants not getting enough light. Each one has three different lamp heads so you can customize how much light and what color light your plants receive.
A gardening journal for gardeners to jot down notes about their herb garden so they can store this ~sage~ knowledge for next year.
A book about herbs if all else fails. It includes step-by-step instructions for growing, nurturing, harvesting, storing, and cooking the herbs you grow.
You after your first harvest:
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