Mason Jar Indoor Flower Garden

Grow beautiful, edible flowers indoors with this charmingly packaged kit.


Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr created by

Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr

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Skip the Soil

Here's the dirt on windowsill gardening: All you need is this mason jar kit, a little water, and a sunny spot to grow perfect pansies, zinnias, or English daisies without soil. The charmingly packaged kit lets you grow beautiful, edible blooms indoors year-round with no replanting and minimal maintenance. The reusable, vintage-inspired lavender jar is equipped with a passive hydroponic "wicking" system, which brings water and nutrients up to the plant's roots and protects your flowers from over or under-watering. It's a great, green gift for aspiring gardeners, home chefs, and apartment dwellers. Designed by Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr; assembled in Illinois.

Click here for Planting Instructions & Tips and Frequently Asked Questions.

See what your full grown, blossoming pansies, zinnias or English daisies will look like here.

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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
glass, stainless steel, seeds, polypropylene, coconut husk, kraft paper, recycled glass growing medium, activated carbon
6.5" H x 3.5" Dia
Designed for year round indoor use.
Includes certified non-GMO pansy, zinnia, or English daisy seeds in assorted colors.
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Most of our items are in stock and will ship quickly. Orders for in-stock items placed before 5pm ET Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays, will ship in the US:
Economy shipping:
within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
Standard shipping:
within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
Preferred shipping:
within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
Expedited shipping:
within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
Express shipping:
will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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

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Awesome product and idea


Gave to my mom for a birthday present and she loved it. Bottle broke in shipment and Uncommongoods sent replacement without any hassle. Very helpful



What a fun way to head into the winter


I bought inside herb plants that grew out of wine bottles and had wonderful miniature herbs during the summer. (No place in a small garden to grow.) When I saw flowers I decided it would be great to watch them grow and have blooms over he winter.

Bedminster, NJ


I would buy this product again for its quiet, simple beauty


Great gift for someone who has a birthday in the winter! Brings some sunshine to a friend who may be looking out the window, watching the snow fall, knowing the snow must be shoveled...and yet, a little bit of Spring is inside, giving hope and joy.

Missoula, Montana


Still waiting


I have had about 1/2 inch sprouts for over a month, but no further growth. I was really looking forward to the flowers, now I'm wondering if they'll ever get any bigger.

Delaware, OH


I would buy this product again


We just sent this as a gift so not sure it has bloomed yet. But the recipient was very happy and looking forward to it. Blooming.

Wayne, NJ




Simple instructions, everything included, great result -- what's not to like? :-)

Miami, FL


My Sister Loved It for Her Birthday Present!


My Sister stated the jar was absolutely gorgeous and a beautiful color. She also stated the instructions were very easy to follow.

Coral Springs, Florida


Love this product!


I think this product is great; I wish they made more varieties of different flowers so I could get together a collection, or keep assembling one as I send the gifts.

Boston, MA




I gave this as a fun gift for my work friend.

Broad Brook CT


I would not buy this again.


We followed the directions exactly and the seeds sprouted very well. However, when the plants were about a quarter of an inch, the soil got moldy and killed the plants. This happened with two of the jars, one that my husband did, and one the my 19-year old granddaughter did. We were very disappointed. Is there a way to avoid getting mold?

Las Vegas


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