Shabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planter

Code: TE0309
Shabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planterShabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planterShabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planter
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Shabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planterShabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planterShabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds - Grow your own herb window sill planter
Shabby Chic Foldable Herb Planter Kit with Seeds

This rustic planter cleverly folds up into a neat case, in a similar way to a tool box, therefore saving space when not in use, or out of season. This kit will make a wonderful gift to a friend or loved one. Growing medium, plant labels and seeds are included, so that the lucky recipient will have everything required to start their very own fresh herb project. Perfect for decorating a bare windowsill or ledge.

Features

  • Allows you to grow herbs in the comfort of your own home - no need to go outside
  • Can be placed conveniently on a shelf, table or kitchen windowsill so that your delicious home-grown herbs can be used when cooking
  • Beautiful authentic wood design will add a touch of rustic charm to any kitchen
  • One box solution - seeds, plant labels and vermiculite soil are included

Set consists of

  • Rustic wooden planter with an option of a personalised stencil
  • 6x bags of seeds - basil, thyme, oregano, chives, parsley and coriander
  • 6x plant label tags
  • Vermiculite soil - natural, lightweight, great nutrient absorption and moisture retention

Specifications

Open size: Width 59cm (1ft 11¼in) x Height 17cm (6¾in) x Depth 12cm (4¾in)

Closed size: Width 23.5cm (9¼in) x Height 17cm (6¾in) x Depth 12cm (4¾in)


 
Customer Reviews
Rating: 1/5

"I love the product however it comes with no instructions. Now I realize that it should be straight forward put the soil in the plastic with the seeds and water. I have done this and still no growth. Now I’m questioning my ability to grow herbs I’m going to have to go and purchase more soil and seeds just to get use from it.
Some hints and tips would have been nice.
"

Reviewed Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Rating: 5/5

"excellent quality product at reasonable price"

Reviewed Thursday, 10 August 2017

Rating: 4/5

"The product is good however it does leak quite abit"

Reviewed Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Rating: 5/5

"As Above"

Reviewed Friday, 6 January 2017

Rating: 4/5

"Excellent prompt service"

Reviewed Sunday, 25 December 2016

Rating: 4/5

"As Above"

Reviewed Monday, 5 December 2016

Rating: 5/5

"Great"

Reviewed Thursday, 10 December 2015

Rating: 5/5

"Great communication but the 'next day delivery' didn't arrive until 3 days later."

Reviewed Monday, 30 March 2015

Rating: 5/5

"This is quite an unusal product but have sowed the seeds and await the outcome. It sits nicely on my kitchen windowsill. Thank you."

Reviewed Thursday, 12 March 2015

Rating: 2/5

"The wooden planter is ok (only a little wobbly) but my seeds havent grown at all! I'm not convinced the sand/soil provided is any good. Plus there are no instructions about how often to water the seeds or how deep to plant them. I'm annoyed I have no plants at all. It would be better selling the planter and soil/seeds separately."

Reviewed Thursday, 5 March 2015

Answer from Primrose: "Thank you for your feedback. I'm very sorry that you've encountered problems growing your seeds. The soil provided with this set is vermiculite soil, which is designed to encourage healthy, robust plants. Herbs are best planted from March onwards and given lots of sunlight. Seeds need to be given lots of care and time as they can take several months to grow. After planting seeds, you can cover the top of the planter with clingfilm or a plastic bag to replicate a greenhouse which can be removed when they start to sprout. Herbs don't need too much watering, but be careful they don't dry out. I hope you have more luck with your herb planter in the future!"
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