Culinary Garden Trio Kit

$26.00

Turn your windowsill into an edible urban oasis with this our Culinary Garden Trio Kit that includes basil, parsley and cilantro. Unlike our bottle garden kits that require BYO bottles, this kit comes with absoultely everything you need to get growing immediately.

Available on backorder

  • Basil: Sprouts in 1-2 weeks, Parsley: Sprouts in 2 weeks, Cilantro: Sprouts in 1-2 weeks.
  • All are able to be harvested after 2 months.
  • Basil requires full sun, or 6+ hours of sunlight. Parsley and Cilantro require part shade, or 4+ hours of sunlight.
  • Water 2-3 times per week.
  • Windowsill friendly indoors. If placed outdoors, best in moderate temperatures as the roots can get too hot in the peak of summer.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 in
Size

Culinary, Fruit & Vegetable

History

We sought out to make the best all-in-one starter kit under $30, while not skimping on materials. We use patented soil (loaded with nutrients) and sustainable Paulownia wood for the box.

Included in this kit

Includes a reusable planter made from fast-growing renewable timber, 3 coco coir pots (suitable for transplanting), expanding soil discs (that include worm castings and water-retaining crystals for long-term plant health), bamboo labels and of course 3 packets of seeds (Basil, Parsley and Cilantro).

Not included, but required

Just add water and sun.

Weight

1.0 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 Culinary Garden Trio Kit

  1. Jeanne Hilburn (verified owner)

    Plants are growing nicely. I’m looking forward to enjoying the results.

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