Rosemary Grow Jar

Rosemary Grow Jar
Item# 031818
$24.00

Product Description

Garden Jars - Indoor Garden Kit

Black thumbs be gone. Our self-watering herb kits feature a vintage-inspired mason jar outfitted with a passive hydroponic system known as “wicking,” which brings water and nutrients up to the plant's roots. So whether you forget to water, overwater, or both, we’ve got you covered. This year-round indoor planter comes equipped with everything you’ll need to start growing, just add water and set in a sunny window.

Includes Organic and/or Non-GMO Seeds

Give the gift of green—a must-have for aspiring gardeners, home chefs, jettsetters, organic-focused families, city dwellers and more.

Grow Kits are assembled in Chicago of domestic and imported components.
Size: 6” h x 3.5” w (quart jar)
Weight: 1lb
Designed to be reused
Assembled in the USA

Includes:

Organic And/Or Non-GMO Seeds
Colored Quart Mason Jar
Stainless Steel Net Pot
Grow Medium
Coco Pith Disk
Polypro Wick
Plant Food
Instruction Manual

How long does it take to grow?

Herb seeds take 7-14 days to sprout, and will be ready to start harvesting in 2+ months. Continuous harvesting will encourage a bushy plant and greater yield.

How long will it last?

Plants will continue to grow with sufficient nutrients and light; however, after 3-6 months it may develop a woody stem and the leaves will become a bit bitter.

How much sun will it need?

Herbs require at least 6 hours of direct light daily, and should be put in an unobstructed window that faces south, west or east (southwest is the best option). During winter months—or if you don’t have an unobstructed window—you can supplement with a grow light.

Can I put it outside?

Garden Jars are designed for indoor use, but can be put outside. Be mindful that the planter does not have a drain hole, and if the reservoir floods it may drown the roots. Bring your Garden Jar inside if temps dip below 55⁰ or above 80⁰.

How is it reusable?

The stainless steel net pot and recycled glass grow medium can both be reused—simply rinse with hot water. Add new seeds and use soil or coco pith to help seeds germinate. Use a water soluble fertilizer and follow its instructions.