Baby Watermelon Grow Kit

Grow sweet, picnic-ready watermelons with this kit that makes it easy and includes everything you need.

$10.00

Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr created by

Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr

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Ain’t She Sweet?

Grow sweet baby watermelons with deep red flesh and lots of chin-drizzling juice to show off share at your end of summer picnics. Start indoors by placing the growing medium into the nutrient-rich, biodegradable pot, and planting the organic seeds—all included in the kit. When the seedling is ready, dig a small hole in your garden and drop the whole pot inside. The roots will push right through the pot. All you have to do is water it and watch as the vine sprouts leaves, flowers, and itty bitty baby watermelons that grow up before your eyes, ready for fruit salads and soups, cocktails, or enjoying as-is. Made in Illinois.

Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr

created by

Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr

Prior to launching their company, Sarah and Nick struggled to sustain a kitchen garden in their fourth-floor Chicago apartment. Despite both honing their gardening skills as children, as busy adults they struggled to grow anything (container gardening is incredibly challenging). They turned to hydroponics for help and were astounded by the results, but unimpressed with the quality of products available. With that, the seed for their stylish, space-saving indoor gardens was planted.

Recycled Made in the USA
Made from
seeds, growing medium, coconut husk, recycled cow pot
Measurements
5.3" L x 5.3" W x 5" H
Ingredients
Care
Plant your seeds in the included biodegradable cow pot. Once grown, you can replant the entire pot outside. Tender, young roots will easily penetrate the sides and bottoms of the pot, growing freely once transplanted.
Item ID
48597

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Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.


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