MacFlowers Small Grow Kit with Mint

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Real mint grows out of this can. Mint is great as a tea, in salads or mojito. Open, pour, enjoy! Bottled and produced in Germany - Schleswig Holstein. Read more
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Brand:
MacFlowers
Article number:
89061
EAN:
4260153690046
SKU:
89061
Availability:
In stock (220)

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Kitchen greetings with MacFlowers!

Real mint grows out of this little flower box. The easy growing set: open, water, enjoy!

The little canned flowers are a lovely gift for big and small or for yourself. You watch the little plants germinate and grow and are delighted when they flourish 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. Easy as pie.

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. Give the seeds a place with a very good light source, preferably behind a glass window and always keep them slightly moist.

Mint seeds are light germinators. They can help you germinate with warmth, light and sufficient moisture. At temperatures around 18 °C, the mint will germinate within two weeks.
Our tip: To prevent the mint from spreading too much, you can keep it in a large container. A planter in the bed can also keep it from spreading.

Mint is a super all-rounder. It is healthy as a tea for our intestines, tastes good fresh in mojito and salad. Or a leaf of fresh mint as a chewing gum substitute for extra freshness in the mouth.

Dimensions: height 8 cm, diameter 7.5 cm

The tins are 100 % recyclable.

Made in Schleswig-Holstein - Germany.

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