Friday, June 5, 2015

The Perfect Starter Kit

Getting started in the Garden and in the Kitchen!

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Whether you're growing Veggies, Herbs or SPROUTS, we offer Starter kits to suit your needs.
If you're interested in making your own herbal home remedies, our DIY Tincture Kits are perfect!
**Most orders are shipped within 24 hours**

The Perfect Starter Kit

An excellent starter pack!  Includes 10 varieties of organic, non-GMO seeds (25 seeds per pack), Coconut Coir seed starting pellets,  Plant Markers, organic plant food and detailed growing instructions
Seed list HERE 
8 ounces Organic Plant Food 3-4-4
Your choice of  24  OR 50 Coconut Coir Pellets

Medicinal herbs are among our oldest medicines and their increasing use in recent years is evidence of public interest in alternatives to conventional medicine. 
Includes one packet of each: 
Echinacea Purpurea,  German Chamomile,
Mugwort  and Yarrow
***SALE thru 6/7/15*** *Mortor and pestel not included*

Sprout Jar

**ON SALE thru 6/7/15** Save $5 
This one quart sprouting jar is everything you  need to learn the basic aspects of sprouting.   A perfect way to get started. Grow your own sprouts for a delicious and nutritious meal or snack! 
**NOW WITH ORGANIC MUNG BEANS**  Mung Beans are arguably the easiest sprouts to grow!

Each Kit Includes:   wide-mouth glass sprouting jar (quart size),  lid & screen, 2 ounces of organic SEEDS and detailed sprouting instructions.  

DIY Tincture Kits include:  1-32 ounce glass jar with lid, 1- 2 ounce Amber bottle with dropper top,
2 customizable labels, 1 ounce of Organic Herb of your choice and Details Instructions.
Organic Ginger Kit ON SALE thru 6/7/15 


Mary has signed the Safe Seed pledge.    

Most seed orders placed Monday-Thursday are shipped within 24 hours, except for holidays. 
*$10 Order minimum*
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 
The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas A. Edison 
 "The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway."
Michael Pollan 

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