Got no space for an herb garden? With the ECOgardener Herb kits, you can turn your windowsill, balcony, or kitchen window into a thriving urban garden! Our DIY herb garden kits take the guesswork out of building an herb garden. It’s the perfect gift for beginner gardeners!
The kit comes with all the items you need to build an indoor garden:
- 5 Biodegradable bamboo growing pots
- 5 + 2 Non-GMO seed packets
- 5 bamboo plant markers
- 5 Coconut coir soil discs
No space? No problem! Our herb seed kits are space-efficient. You can plant your favorite herbs in a small space - basil, thyme, cilantro, rosemary, parsley, oregano, chives, dill - with room to spare!
Green thumb not required! The herb seeds are guaranteed fast germinating. Within just a few short weeks, you’ll have your own supply of fresh herbs. Herb gardening indoors has never been this easy!
Herb gardening is not only rewarding; it’s a relaxing activity that your family will love. The herbs will definitely brighten up your living spaces too. Give herb gardening a try; it’s easy! If you are not satisfied with our herb seed kits, we’d gladly refund or replace them.
What are you waiting for? Season your everyday dishes with fresh herbs from your own herb garden. Get the ECO Gardener herb kits today!
|8 inches||4 inches||15.8 oz|
Yes. Although a gardener should invest in different materials like raised beds and grow bags, planting your own herbs can still be cheaper. When buying from supermarkets, you can buy herbs like parsley, rosemary, basil, cilantro, mint, and more for $2-$3 for a few stalks. But when you grow them on your own, you can pick them several times. Plus, you can also ensure that you’re getting fresh and healthy herbs.
- Height: 8 inches
- Diameter: 4 inches
- Weight: 15.8 oz
Here are some of the herbs that you can grow together:
- Cilantro and fennel
- Basil, rue, and sage
- Lavender, oregano, rosemary, thyme, and dill
- Rosemary, sage, oregano, and marjoram
- Tarragon, basil, cilantro, and parsley
- Marjoram, oregano, sage, rosemary, and thyme
Mint is not advised to grow with other herbs due to its invasive properties.
Growing herbs is both exciting and rewarding. And you can have them in the comfort of your home! Here are some of the herbs and spices that can be grown indoors:
- Bay laurel
- Bay laurel
- Keep dill and anise away from carrots and tomatoes.
- Fennel and cilantro
- Avoid planting sage with onion
- Isolate fennel from wormwood
- Keep rue away from cabbages
- Mint should not be planted with other herbs for it may invade the other plants
When planting herbs, always consider the space they will take when growing, as well as the soil’s nutrient requirements.
Definitely! With the right gardening materials and information, you can have a sustainable and beautiful garden of herbs. Herbs are easy to plant and most of them can grow indoors. However, each plant requires different caring and maintenance requirements, so make sure to give that to them.