Gourmet Lettuce Windowsill Growbox
Gourmet Lettuce Windowsill Growbox
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Gourmet Lettuce Windowsill Growbox

Grow your own greens on your windowsill with this DIY planter.

$54.00

Great Product

5

Keep it on my windowsill in my kitchen. Was very easy to set up and grow, even for a beginner gardener.

Lancaster, PA

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fun idea for a gift

4

This was a "Thank you" gift. I think flowers or candy is always a nice gesture, but this was an original idea!

Niles, MI

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Gourmet Lettuce Windowsill Growbox

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