Herb Starter Kit


The Herb Starter Kit contains everything you need to start a complete herb garden, ready to be transplanted either into pots or outdoors.
A carefully curated selection of 8 dwarf and compact herb seed varieties for the indoor and urban gardener. Includes Sweet Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Mint, Parsley, Chives, Oregano and Thyme.

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  • Sweet Basil, Cilantro, Chives and Oregano sprout in 1-2 weeks. Dill sprouts in 2-3 weeks. Parsley and mint sprout in 2 weeks. Thyme sprouts in 2-4 weeks.
  • Sweet Basil, Cilantro and Dill can be harvested after 2 months. Mint, Parsley, Thyme, Chives and Oregano can be harvested after 3 months.
  • Sweet Basil, Dill and Thyme require full sun, or 6+ hours of direct sunlight. Cilantro requires part shade, or 4+ hours of sunlight. Chives requires part sun, of 5+ hours of sunlight. Oregano requires full sun, or 7+ hours of sunlight.
  • Water 2-3 times per week.
  • Dependent on the plant. Check links for information on growing.

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions3.5 × 3.5 × 1 in

This product is an exercise in packing in everything that's needed into the smallest package possible. You'll need a place to transplant eventually – but this box is all you need to get started.

Included in this kit

Includes seeds, planting and germination guide.

Not included, but required

What you need depends on how you decide you grow your seed. You may need a pot or another type of container. Plus water and sun of course!


1.0 lbs

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2 reviews for Herb Starter Kit

  1. Janeen P. (verified owner)

    Everything read about this beginner kit is amazing, and so easy to do. Made my life so much easier knowing I can grow my own, the simplicity of the instructions as well as tips to grow is easy to follow along with if your not a gardener. I love it, and usually I do not have time but because of the simplicity of growing on my own gives me a sense of escape.

  2. Martha Mercado


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