Urban Agriculture Organic Herbs Grow Kits

$ 17.95


Pick just one or grow all six! Your mini organic herb garden awaits you! 

Urban Agriculture grow kits come with one pack of organic seeds, one portioned bag of organic soil, a garden stake and a stylish urban grow container for your plant.


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Rosemary likes full sun and grow quite tall so make sure to prune regularly to not let the plant get lanky.

Once the plant flowers, remember to trim it down to encourage new growth. 

To grow though winter, bring it inside and be sure to put it in bright light and cool temperatures.


Water thoroughly, only when the soil is dry to the touch. Oregano performs well in part to full sun, but the flavors intensify when it receives a full day of sunshine

Harvest the leaves as you need them. The most flavor-filled leaves are found right before the flowers bloom.


If growing indoors, a fertilizer once a month can be good.

Prune basil back regularly to encourage continued growth and thus allow for more growth.

Harvest by pinching off individual leaves.

Give it at least 6 hours of sunlight and in hot temperatures water often.


Chives require consistent watering throughout the growing season for high yields. Moisten the soil thoroughly when watering.

The chive plant do produce small purple flowers and they are edible. 

Cut plants down to the base when harvesting – about 1 to 2 inches from soil.

Use chives when they are fresh, as dried chives lose their flavor.


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For indoor plants, be sure to water them regularly to keep the soil evenly moist.

To extend the harvest season pinch off flowers as they appear.

For indoor mint, place plant where it will receive morning light and away from drying heating elements.


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Harvest cilantro by cutting the leafy & stems near ground level.

Avoid cutting more than one third of the plant at a time.

Grow cilantro in full sun and well-drained soil, light shade will be tolerated in places where the sun is more intense.






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