• Homemade Herb Kit- Salad Mix  - 75723
  • Homemade Herb Kit- Salad Mix  - 75723
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Homemade Herb Kit- Salad Mix

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This complete herb kit has everything you need to grow herbs inside or outside your home! Use the soil disc that is included with the herb kit to grow the herb seeds directly in this box. Add water, and place the lid under the box as a tray to catch water, and watch your herbs come to life! Additional instructions are included on the box and in the planting advice on this product page.

Basil Basil is most commonly used fresh in cooked recipes. In general, it is added at the last moment, as cooking can quickly destroy the flavor. The fresh herb can be kept for a short time in plastic bags in the refrigerator, or for a longer period in the freezer. Basil is commonly used in tomato sauce, pesto, meat seasoning, stuffing, soups, salads and vinegar. It can also chopped and sprinkled over fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and balsamic vinegar for a fresh caprese salad! Basil is anti-inflammatory, and an antioxidant. This versatile and popular herb is a must have for anyone who likes to garden and cook with fresh herbs!

Chives Chive flowers added to plain white vinegar will not only add some flavor but will turn the liquid a soft lilac color as well. The purple bloom of the chive plant can be eaten, so pluck them off the plant and add them to your salads. Fresh chive leaves are a tasty addition to salads, potatoes, eggs, and toppings for soups and chili!

Parsley- Parsley is a fresh tasting herb that brings a brightness and slight bitterness which salads benefit from. Parsley is such a versatile herb that can be added to carrots, potatoes, sauces, marinades, quiches, lamb, peas, cucumbers and soup. Parsley also pairs well with other herbs like basil, chives, oregano, mint and thyme!

Herb Kit Planting Instructions:

1. Place the box in the lid

2. Fill the box with 90% of the compost

3. Scatter the seeds over the soil and press lightly

4. Sprinkle the rest of the compost over the seeds

5. Spray the soil with water

6. Place the box somewhere bright indoors, but away from direct sunlight. Keep moist at all times, but do not allow the soil to become soggy.

7. After the seeds have sprouted, move the box into direct sunlight. `