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Self-Watering Windowsill Herb Garden

By Urban Leaf

$22

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How does your kitchen window herb garden grow? Out of your own recycled glass bottle, thanks to the folks at Urban Leaf. Pop one of the smart soil inserts and included seeds into a water-filled bottle, place it in a window, and the herbs are ready to grow. They even water themselves for the first 30 days.

  • Made in the USA: Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Materials: Biodegradable PLA, smart enriched soil, and recycled cardboard
  • Includes: Three biodegradable corn starch inserts with enriched soil, three germination domes, three sticker labels, three packets with seed varieties. Bottle is not included
  • Instructions: Note that a bottle is required to set up the garden. For best results, use a 750 ml dark green or brown bottle. Fill the bottle with water up to the top, insert the pod over a sink, and sprinkle 3-5 seeds. See the full instructions here and troubleshooting guide here
  • Exotic Basil includes purple basil, Thai basil, and lime basil seeds. Culinary Classics include sweet/ Italian basil, lemon basil, and dill
  • Easy to set up, perfect for the novice gardener
  • Low maintenance, the water initially filled in the bottle will allow your plant to water itself for up to a month
  • Soil is enriched with nutrients that last for up to six months
  • Small footprint is great for urban environments and small space living
  • 1% of revenue goes to Teens For Food Justice
  • Please note: Requires a bottle to set up the garden
  • Dimensions: 5.6" x 3.6" x 1.1"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb
 

About Urban Leaf

Growth Opportunity

If you want to grow a kitchen window herb garden, but think you don’t have the time, the skills, or the space, the folks at Urban Leaf have come up with a creative solution. All it takes is their smart soil inserts and seeds, a recycled dark glass bottle, and a window to get growing.

Makers Nate Littlewood and Rob Elliott share a passion for urban gardening and reconnecting people with food. They want to make it easy and fun for people to start growing their own herbs, even in the smallest spaces, like their own New York City apartments. These inserts are about as low-maintenance as you can get, because they give the herbs all the nutrients they need to keep growing for up to six months. They even water themselves for the first 30 days—how easy is that?