These compact and colourful tins fit perfectly on any windowsill within the home or office.
Very hardy, long-lasting and quick growing flowers that have a lovely fragrance. Perfect to grow in the home to provide lovely aromas & colour to any room!
This kit includes a metal coloured pot, seeds and soil pellets. Grow and reap what you sow with these vibrant all-in-one tins!
How To Grow:
- Remove all contents from the tin and add one cup of warm water to the soil pellets in a separate bowl. Allow the soil pellets to soak in the water and expand. Continue to add water until the pellets are completely expanded & the soil appears fluffy.
- Once the soil has cooled down transfer most of it back into the tin, filling the tin to approximately 1.5cm from the brim. Leave a couple of spoonfuls of soil for later use.
- Fluff the soil in the tin with a fork, then sprinkle your seeds evenly across the soil surface. Cover the seeds with a very fine layer (5mm) of your leftover soil.
- Place the tin in a light position but avoid direct sunlight until the seeds have germinated.
- Once seedlings appear, apply a half-strength fertiliser every two weeks.
- Thin out by removing the smallest plants, leaving the strongest 2-3 plants more room to grow in the tin. The thinnings can be transplanted into the garden or other pots.
- You can grow your plants in the supplied tin until maturity, or transplant them into the garden.
Growing Instructions are also included with kit.
- The soil should not need watering again until seeds have germinated. However, if water is required, use a water spray bottle to moisten the soil. You can tell if the soil is drying out if the colour turns from dark brown to light brown.
- The soil should be kept moist, but not too wet. If you are unsure about the correct moisture level, press the soil gently. If the soil feels moist but no water appears, the level is correct. If water appears on the surface, gently tip the pot to its side, and let any excess water run out.
- To assist with drainage you can place some small stones at the bottom of the tin prior to adding the soil.
- Chilling the lavender seeds in the refrigerator for a week prior to planting can help break their dormancy and hasten germination.
Tin is made of galvanised steel with zinc coating.
Botanical Name: Lavender English Dwarf (Lavandula angustifolia)
Size: 11 x 11 x 10cm