Exotic Basil Bottle Garden Kit

$19.00

With quick setup and minimal care requirement, The Exotic Basil Bottle Garden Kit is perfect for the adventurous eater or, well, people who just freekin’ love basil. Brighten any indoor space with a basil garden that smells delightful and looks beautiful to boot! Experiment with your different basil plants in thai dishes, pastas, drinks, salads and so much more. The perfect gift for loved ones or just to keep for yourself!

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  • All of the basils sprout in 1-2 weeks.
  • All are able to be harvested after 2 months.
  • Each plant requires full sun, or 6+ hours of sunlight.
  • The bottle gardens are self watering. The water added to your bottle during setup will remain for the entirety of its growing period.
  • Windowsill friendly indoors. If placed outdoors, best in moderate temperatures as the roots can get too hot in the peak of summer.

Additional information

Weight0.148 lbs
Dimensions5.548 × 3.504 × 1.168 in
History

Billed as "The World's Smallest Garden" we launched our company with this product on Kickstarter in 2017. We designed it to be a low-cost, easy-to-use introduction to growing herbs at home.

Included in this kit

The kit includes 3 bottle garden inserts, 3 packets of seeds (Thai Basil, Purple Basil, Lime Basil), labels, and clear stickers for coverage.

Not included, but required

A clean bottle (we recommend an old wine bottle), and tap water! We also offer signature Urban Leaf bottles in our shop.

Weight

0.148 lbs

Refunds & Returns

All Urban Leaf products are backed by our Green Thumb Guarantee (we want more than anything to make a successful gardener out of you!) If you are not satisfied with our products, or cannot get them to work, please contact us for a refund or replacement.

1 review for Exotic Basil Bottle Garden Kit

  1. Jamie C

    “The directions are super simple – this couldn’t have been easier. It looks beautiful in my kitchen in San Francisco with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background”

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