Grow 4 Herbal Tea Plants From Seed - Indoor Herb Garden Growing Kit W/ Organic Mint Seeds, Catnip Seeds, Lemon Balm & Chamomile. Complete Starter Set W/ Soil, Pots, Labels & Guide. Gardening Gift Set

by Garden gift for men
Price: $28.99
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Features:
  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN A BOX - This herb garden kit contains all the tools for growing an tasty and healthy veg garden at home: Instructions w/ essential growing tips; 4 seed packets, 4 biodegradable planters; 4 soil discs; 4 plant markers.
  • GREAT INTRODUCTION TO GARDENING. Learn the basics of sowing and transplanting plants the fun way. With high germination rate seeds, growing a culinary vegetable garden has never been easier. Can be planted indoors or outdoors.
  • FUN & UNUSUAL GIFT - Nature's Blossom's herbal tea kit is a great diy gift choice for beginners or experts, men, women and children. Popular gift for christmas, holidays, birthdays, housewarmings, graduation and more.

Product description

GROW YOUR OWN HERBAL TEA LEAVES - Herbal teas make for wonderful, low calorie and relaxing drinks. Apart from having a beneficial effect on health, herbal teas are fragrant and appealing. They are full of antioxidants and other medicinal properties that promote health.

Grow 4 types of herbal plants from seed:

    ❀ MINT - Spearmint is a popular herb with several benefits which include proper digestion and weight loss, relief from nausea, depression, fatigue and headache, treatment of asthma, memory loss, and skin care problems.
    ❀ LEMON BALM - lemony scent herb, which known to support relaxation, restful sleep, Improves Skin Appearance, memory and more.
    ❀ CATNIP - This mild herbal sedative is perfect to drink at any time and is a great natural sedative for your children as well. Helps relieve stress, sooth nerves & calm anxiety. Also known to relieves stomach complaints
    ❀ CHAMOMILE - one of the most popular varieties of tea on the market, and it also has many health benefits and uses, including the ability to lower stress levels, aid sleep, soothe menstrual symptoms, protect the skin, boost the immune system and more.

 

A Complete Growing Kit:

  • 4 Open pollinated, organic seed packets.
  • 4 Biodegradable pots - Can be transplanted directly into the ground.
  • 4 Compressed potting soil discs - expands by 7 times when watered.
  • 4 plant labels - for tracking your progress.
  • Instructions - also sent via email.

 

Why choose this kit?

    ✔ Highest germination rates - open pollinated seeds.
    ✔ Seeds are 100% Organic. 100% Non GMO. Grown by local farmers.
    ✔ Great for beginners & experts.
    ✔ Sow & Grow indoor or outdoor. Great for apartments with a lot of windows or a balcony.

 

      -----PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA----




Sustainable Seed 10 Variety Culinary Herb Seed Collection - 100% NON GMO Heirloom Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Lavender, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme for Planting an Heirloom Herb Garden

by Sustainable Seed Company
Price: $13.99
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Features:
  • 10 of the most POPULAR GOURMET herbs: Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Lavender, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, and Thyme. An instant HERB garden in one pkg! It's easy AND you get a 16 Pg full COLOR Growing Guide!
  • Each eco-friendly, compostable herb seed packet includes detailed planting instructions, all sealed in a waterproof, resealable Mylar package PLUS, our professional MASTER GARDENERS who have been featured in the LA/NY TIMES and WALL STREET JOURNAL; are here to answer any questions you might have. Stop by our 13,000' facility FOR A VISIT! We are here to help you GROW!
  • Our UNIQUE WORKFORCE enables U.S. Veterans, troubled youth, 2nd chance and disabled Americans a fulfilling career. Allowing significant contributions to their lives, community and allowing Sustainable Seed to grow and give back to this wonderful country we live in. WE ALSO DONATE TO OVER 100 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS globally. We believe in "Pay it forward"! THANK YOU for supporting us.

Product description

Heirloom Herb Collection! Many of us are growing more of our own food these days to save money and provide healthy organic vegetables for our table. So it makes sense that a lot of us are discovering the difference fresh herbs can make. What's better than a kitchen-herb garden right out of your backdoor? Plant your own kitchen herb garden or herb spiral! It's easy and all in one package!

This is a collection of 10 different essential herbs:
• Basil ~200 seeds
• Thyme ~1,000 seeds
• Oregano ~250 seeds
• Chives ~250 seeds
• Sage ~35 seeds
• Parsley ~700 seeds
• Cilantro/coriander ~35 seeds
• Lavender ~30 seeds
• Rosemary ~150 seeds
• Dill ~900 seeds

That's over 3,300 seeds!*

You get fresh, just harvested 2017 seed stock with germination rates that exceed Federal minimums, from Sustainable Seed Company, a trusted USDA Certified Organic seed company owned and operated right here in the USA.

Each REAL, eco-friendly, compostable seed packet is made from recycled paper and includes detailed planting instructions, and they're all sealed in a waterproof, resealable Mylar package.

Still not sure about starting your herb garden? Our professional staff of Master Gardeners is here to answer any questions you might have and lend you their expert advice.

This package is priced at 25% off regular price, so you're not only getting a great herb garden that the chef in your family will love, you're also saving money - which EVERYONE loves!

*All seed counts are approximate based on weight

Bees are already on the hunt for garden flowers - MiamiHerald.com

Bees are already buzzing around the bluish-purple flowers on a variegated Jacob's Ladder planted just last week in my southeastern Virginia garden.

This shade-loving perennial, called Brise d'Anjou by Monrovia, is cold hardy in zones 4-8, needs wet or constantly wet soil and grows 18 inches tall and wide. It flowers late spring into summer.

If you favor blue and purple flowers, as well as yellow, you're ahead of the bee gardening game because those are the flower colors that attract bees to blossoms for pollination.

If you rarely, if ever, use toxic chemicals in your garden, you're really doing a lot to benefit bees.

Why bees are in decline is still a puzzling problem to scientists, but homeowners can do their part by reducing their use of yard chemicals.

To combat garden pests - bad bugs like aphids, whiteflies and spider mites - use this organic recipe recommended by the Beekeepers Guild of Southeast Virginia:

Mix 1 tablespoon of dishwashing liquid (some experts recommend non-antibacterial Ivory) with 1 cup cooking oil, such as peanut, safflower or soybean. This gives you a concentrated stock solution for using throughout the pest season. As needed, mix 4 teaspoons of this "concentrate" in 1 pint of water and place in a pump sprayer or atomizer bottle. Spray plants thoroughly when daytime temperatures are below 85 degrees. This mix can be used on vegetables, herbs and ornamentals.

The best way to help bees is to plant a year-round garden so there is always something blooming for the benefit of the bees. A simple 12-month garden can consist of winter honeysuckle, flowering Japanese apricot, mahonia, flowering quince, pussy willow, tulip poplar, butterfly bush, glossy abelia, vitex, aster and camellia and herbs, especially in the mint family, according to bee experts.

An herb garden for bees - and for your culinary creations - can include basil, bee balm, borage, catnip, chives, comfrey, anise,...

Growing Herbs : How to Grow Mint

When growing mint, plant the seeds in a spot that is full of hot sunlight and has room to grow. Separate mint from other plants with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is...

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  1. Bees are already on the hunt for garden flowers
    An herb garden for bees - and for your culinary creations - can include basil, bee balm, borage, catnip, chives, comfrey, anise, lavender, marjoram, mints, sage, salvia, globe thistle, thyme and yarrow. You'll also find many of these same plants are
  2. Canada to go 'penniless'
    Over the past five years, the Mint's plant in Winnipeg, Manitoba, produced 7000 tonnes of pennies annually and distributed them nationwide, at a cost of $CAN11 million ($A10.62 million) per year. A Senate committee in 2010 urged the government to
  3. Time to grow for it: Homegrown on your own
    "It's cheaper to grow your own produce than buy it - one $3 tomato plant will yield pounds of produce all season long," Jimerson says. "Plus, the produce you grow just tastes better than even your grocer's best. And while it's healthy to eat and grow
  4. PR Web (press release) Record Setting Mild Winter Will Lead to Peskier Insects, Repel Them With Herbs ...
    Both peppermint and spearmint are excellent deterrents to ants, flies and moths, but they can also keep lice and mice at bay as well. Planting either variety of mint around the foundation of a house makes a natural boundary that many pests won't go
  5. Quality issues cast shadow on Indian vaccine makers
    The punitive action came after an audit of Bharat Biotech's plant in Hyderabad by an inspection team of the UN health agency found deficiencies in the “implementation of good manufacturing practices” and “quality management system of the company.

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  1. RT @cin_nic: Dear prior home owner: if you had to plant invasives, why not mint instead of a vine? My eradication program could center around mojitos!
  2. Holy Damm I got pull over by a cop cause I had a normal mint plant ;)
  3. Growth! My mint plant is getting grown. http://t.co/CS6MWawo
  4. RT @cin_nic: Dear prior home owner: if you had to plant invasives, why not mint instead of a vine? My eradication program could center around mojitos!
  5. @Aries_Mommy Be careful with the mint. Plant in pots. That stuff will take over a garden! #MAMAVATION

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