WIN! A sustainable herb growing kit gift set from Hydro-herb!

Read Time:   |  20th April 2021

Enjoy freshly grown herbs all year round with Hydro-herb's new sustainable herb growing kits made from recycled materials. One lucky winner will get their hands on a gift set with three herb kits!

Tired of buying expensive herbs from the supermarket which wilt within days? Now you can grow your own at home with ease, even if you don’t have a garden, thanks to Hydro-herb’s brand new sustainable herb growing kits.

These 100% sustainable kits, which retail at £20, make it simple to grow a selection of herbs including Basil, Coriander, Curly Parsley, Dill, Flat Parsley, Mint, Oregano, Thyme, and Tarragon.

Hydro-herb’s clever kits bring organic hydroponics into your home, meaning you don’t need to get your hands dirty as you don’t need soil to grow your herbs. Instead, Hydro-herb uses Jiffy Pellets made of coir (ground coconut husk) rather than peat and certified organic hydroponic fluid that has never been tested on animals.

Passionate about the planet, Hydro-herb has done its best to ensure that its handmade Hydro-herb kits are as environmentally sound as they can make them. All of the parts in the kit are either recycled and recyclable or entirely biodegradable and are made from recycled glass wine bottles from locally sourced outlets.

All of the hydro-herb kit components are reusable, and come supplied with enough seeds for two growths (just in case your herbs pass way perhaps due to being loved a little less than is ideal or just the vagaries of fate).

Spare parts are supplied with each kit and the solution is envisaged to last around two years.

This spring, we’ve teamed up with Hydro-herb to give one lucky winner to win a gift set of three kits. The winner can choose whichever three types of herb they wish which will be sent to them in a eco-friendly gift box.

For more information, please visit hydro-herb.co.uk

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