Grow super foods with this Seed Starter Trio Set, featuring three nutrient-packed seed types that grow leafy greens to toss into salads or smoothies. Start by sprouting seeds indoors, then transplant the biodegradable CowPot outside, directly into a garden or patio container. The tray is made in the USA out of up-cycled cow manure, which is 100% biodegradable and helps heal nutrient-depleted soil.
Includes Certified Non-GMO Dwarf Cucumber, Baby Eggplant and Cherry Tomato Seeds and 3 Wooden Garden Markers.
- 9.25”l x 3.25”w x 3”h
- Made in the USA
- Non-GMO Dwarf Cucumber, Baby Eggplant and Cherry Tomato Seeds
- 1 Composted Cow Manure CowPot Tray
- 12 Coco Discs
- 3 Wooden Garden Markers
FAQsWhen should I start this kit?Seed Starter Trios can be started up to 3 weeks before the last frost date. Sprouts appear in 10-20 days.When can I harvest my plant?You can harvest leafy greens 5-6 weeks after planting. Trim leaves that are 2 inches above the soil and allow them to grow back before harvesting again.How much sun will it need?Leafy Greens prefer full sunlight.How do I transplant?Once your plant is established, you will need to fertilize it. Visit your local garden center for a healthy selection of organic nutrient offerings. Transplant once seedlings have 2-3 sets of true leaves and outside night temps stay above 55°F. You may need to repot indoors before the outdoors is ready. CowPots start to break down after 12 weeks. Before transplanting thin your seedlings with scissors by snipping out any weak or crowded stems. Leave 2-3 plants. Then harden off your plants by placing them in a protected area outside for a few hours each day for one week. Plant in location with full sunlight. Prep your transplanting location either container or ground—by digging a hole large enough to accommodate the CowPot. Mix ½ gallon of a mild water and nutrient solution (¼ strength, follow nutrient’s instructions). Pour solution in hole, reserving ½ cup of solution. Pour remaining nutrient solution into CowPot. Bury the CowPot completely and fill in hole with soil. Tamp the soil lightly with your hands and water the entire area to help the plant settle.