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Rosso's Biodegradable Pot Grow Kit, CilantroGrow versatile and flavorful herbs in your kitchen using the Rosso's Cilantro Biodegradable Pot Grow Kit. This all-encompassing kit enables you to grow fresh cilantro in an environmentally conscious way. The lovely blue pot includes a soil disc, which expands to fill the pot when moistened, and cilantro seeds. An attached saucer forms an even base for the planter, and captures excess water from the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot. The top lip of the pot flares slightly outward, adding curves and design to the piece. This innovative unit is made from bamboo, and will age naturally with use. Once cracks in the pot become visible, place the entire unit in the ground. The pot will decompose in the ground, enriching the soil around it. If you wish to repot the herbs, the planter may also be placed in the trash. It will biodegrade in 3 to 6 months in a landfill, for less waste. Add fresh cilantro to your cooking that you grew in this Cilantro Biodegradable Pot Grow Kit.
Note: A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item goes to NEADs, Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans, an organization which trains service dogs for veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Kit Contents: seed packet, soil packet, pot with attached saucer
Overall Dimensions: 5.875" dia. x 5.25"H
Interior Dimensions: 3" dia. x 4.75"H
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Brand: Rosso's International
Item Number: ROS-P27-I
Availability: 3 in Stock. Ships from OH within 24 business hours
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Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
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