Basil is one of the easiest herbs to grow indoors, providing you can give it enough light. Basil does also well under LED or fluorescent lights. You can grow enough basil to keep your kitchen stocked all year round. The average time until harvest is 2-3 months. After your basil develops at least six pairs…

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Once your basil plant is 5-6 inches tall, cut the branch above the first set of leaves to allow the plant to grow outward. This will encourage your basil to develop a more bushy plant structure. Harvest a bunch of leaves as needed. Regular harvesting will keep up the growth cycle. Water the plant according to…

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Absolutely! We do offer customizable grow gardens and would love to show you a digital mockup of what your brand could look like. We serve realtors, gift boutiques, and businesses across all industries. Please email sales@plantyourherb.com for more information.

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For basil, it may take 5-7 days depending on the room temperature and if the grow cube has been kept moist. It is very important to keep the green grow cube moist for the first month because our seeds are clay covered. The clay will slowly dissolve and reveal the seeds inside.

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We recommend leaving the glass jar in the planter box at all times. The box is specifically designed to keep light from reaching the water. Water exposed to sunlight will result in algae growth. The algae will take up all the nutrients from the water. There may be some green algae growth on top of…

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Contents:  √ 1 Beautifully designed greeting card box, made from SFI certified paper. (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) √ 1 Recyclable and reusable 16 oz glass mason jar. Made in the USA. √ 1 Premium BPA-free, 3” heavy-duty net pot. √ 1 Pre-seeded grow cube made from Rockwool. (Molten lava spun into cotton-candy-like material). Rockwool holds large…

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Hydroponic means growing your plants in water rather than in soil. We use the ‘Kratky Method’ which is a non-circulating technique for growing plants suspended in a net pot above a reservoir of nutrient-rich water. The plant needs oxygen, water, and lots of light to thrive. As the plant grows and depletes the water level, a gap…

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The power of water: When growing plants hydroponically and without soil, you have to provide the best possible quality of water. It is important to know what type of water is best for your grow garden. But how can you have control over your municipal water supply? You don’t. Every city has different standards. The chlorination…

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There are so many advantages to using Rockwool as a growing medium. It is made of basalt, one of the most commonly-occurring minerals on our planet. (Basically, volcanic rock and limestone). The grow cube is made by heating up the basalt to extremely high temperatures and spinning it like cotton candy. Rockwool is full of…

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