Trio herb grow set

basil, parsley & chives grow gift set

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Buy Trio herb grow set basil, parsley & chives grow gift set: 3 versatile windowsill herbs

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average - fast

    Basil 'Sweet'
    One of the most popular herbs to keep in the kitchen, a versatile aromatic herb, which can be used in Oriental and Mediterranean dishes. Sow March to May, or all year round indoors. Excellent to use in Thai and Italian dishes, salads and soup. Germination 2-3 weeks.

    Easy to grow, versatile and decorative, chives will grow attractive pink flowers and ruch like leaves. Sow March to April, or all year round indoors. Chives are excellent for use in salads. Harvest from March to October. Germination 1-3 weeks.

    Parsley 'Moss Curled 2'
    One of the most popular herbs used in English and Mediterranean dishes. Sow March to July, or all year round indoors. Great to use as a garnish but also goes well with potato, fish and meat dishes. Harvest approx. 12-14 weeks from sowing.

    One trio herb grow set contains:
    three 10cm metal pots, 3 sachets of seeds (basil, parsley & chives), 1 piece of chalk, compost.

    Growing instructions:
    Firstly write on each pot the variety you will be sowing and sow one variety at a time. Carefully open each bag of compost, fill each pot with compost and water lightly. Carefully open one sachet of seed at a time, sow on the surface, sprinkle half of the seeds evenly into one pot and lightly cover with excess compost (extra seeds can be sown in the second year). Lightly press down on the surface of the compost to ensure good contact with seeds. Water again if needed, compost should be damp to touch but not waterlogged. Pots can be covered with plastic bag to create humidity and placed into a warm area for 1 week to start germination. Continue to water when needed and remove plastic bag once seedlings emerge. Place in a sunny, warm spot and await fresh, tasty herbs to use througt the summer.

  • Product size: 33 x 11 x 11cm

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