Tiny Terracotta Kits
Includes Non-GMO Seeds.
Grow Kits are assembled in Chicago of domestic and imported components.
- Size: 3.5" h x 3.5" d
- Designed to be reused
- Assembled in the USA
- Non-GMO Seeds
- Coco Husk Net Pot
- Coco Pith Disk
- Plant Food
- Instruction Manual
See In Detail
Temperature: 72+ degrees
Light: Middle to strong sunlight
Moisture: Mist surface to keep planter hydrated and dampuntil sprouts form
Germination Time: 2-3 weeks
Planting Depth: Just below soil
Won’t sprout? Try Greenhousing. Keep in a sunny spot and cover the surface with plastic wrap. Let condensation form, and check in 3-5 days for results.
To encourage more full yields,prune regularly at the lowest node.
Temperature: 73+ degrees Farenheit
Light: Maximum amount of sun available
Moisture: Prefers very dry grow medium conditions
Germination Time: 3 weeks to 1 month
Planting Depth: Barely cover with soil
Won’t sprout? Try lowering your water levels and frequency. Avoid top-down watering.
To encourage more full yields,prune regularly.
Really cool idea and was excited to set this up after I got it as a gift, but only came with the plant food, pot, and coco discs, no seeds so couldn’t actually plant anything according to the instructions
Hi there, I bought champagne poppies grow kit and after 3 weeks, no sprouts. Following the directions, I tend to have a green thumb, and they have great sunlight in my office. The seeds were teeny tiny like dust. IS that normal. Would you send a replacement to try again? I bought the panter on Ban.do.com on November 4th, 2022 - ORDER BR-678606. Thanks! - Stacey
Hey Ibrahim Duo!
Thanks for your question. Poppy seeds are VERY small (totally normal), and should resemble dust or beads smaller than the head of a pin. As such, it can take upwards of three weeks to see notable growth- not always, but it can happen. Smaller seeds have a lot more energy to take in before they exhibit visible sprouting. Don't lose hope!
Winter/transitional sunlight may be the real culprit here while seasons change (at this time in December), as even the most sunny spots in your home see less sun in overall daylight and colder temperature no matter how new windows may be. If you try giving the planter a light misting and wrapping the top of your kit with plastic wrap, this may help your sprouts pop up in that sunny, warm spot.
Email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for new seeds for a fresh start. Let's get you growing! :)
received a pot as a gift. I am a gardener so was intrigued but 2 weeks later and no sprouts.....nor apparently any seeds.
Hi James, we sent an email awhile back but haven't heard from you!
Have you checked under the coco basket between the spot with the disks and the terracotta container itself?
That is where the rest of the components should be located.
If so, we would be happy to replace those components for you if you can email email@example.com with your request!