MacFlowers small growing kit with hops

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Real hops grow out of this flower tin. A great gift for all beer lovers. Tastes delicious in a cool beer. Open, pour, enjoy! Bottled and made in Germany - Schleswig Holstein. Read more
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Kitchen greetings with MacFlowers!

Real hops grow out of this can. Our gift idea for beer lovers.

Brewing hops are an extremely fast-growing and very decorative climbing plant. Grows up to five metres high. And of course, in brewed form, it is a very well-known ingredient in cool beer.

The little canned flowers are a lovely gift for young and old or for yourself. You watch the little plants germinate and grow and are delighted to see them thrive and blossom. The growing kit contains everything the seeds need to thrive: Dry granules, seeds, nutrients. Just keep the granules moist and place the tin on a bright windowsill indoors.

This is how it's done:

  1. Remove the instructions from the bottom lid and reattach it to the bottom of the can.
  2. Open the top lid.
  3. Add water until the can contents are well moistened. Please do not wet.
  4. Allocate the seeds to a place with a very good light source, preferably behind a glass window and always keep them slightly moist.

The hop seeds germinate after two weeks at an optimal temperature of 15°C.

The normal germinators need sufficient moisture and a sunny location protected from the wind. It is advisable to transplant the plants soon into a bed or large pot and to provide them with a border. The plants grow quite tall.

Our tip: The plant can be cultivated perennially. Cut back the plant completely and let it sprout again in spring.

Dimensions: Height 8 cm, diameter 7.5 cm.

The tins are 100 % recyclable.

Bottled and produced in Germany - Schleswig Holstein.

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