Pastel Coloured Pots with Chalk: Farming (8 Types)

Product Description

Paris Garden® offers a complete range of reliable kits specially designed to grow fresh kitchen herbs, spices, fruits and vegetables or beautiful flowers at home - It is what we call URBAN FARMING.

Kits are supplied with soil, seeds and containers and you just need to add water to start enjoying. The flowers, vegetable and kitchen herb kits are just great to grow food at home and the gift range educates kids to a greener place.

Add colour, flavour and freshness to your kitchen in your own personal style with chalk provided in our pastel coloured zinc pots.

Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 10.5cm

Includes: 1 zinc pot, 1 chalk, seeds, starting soil, instructions, growing tips

Coriander

Coriander is a slow-growing microgreen and can take between 3-4 weeks. You can also grow these microgreens into the matured green with our organic seeds. Coriander is best grown in temperate climates which means the cooler months in Singapore.

Lavender

In a tropical country like Singapore where the normal sunlight is too harsh, there is a need for a netting over the lavender plant to provide it with some shade but still allow it to get sufficient sunlight.

Mint

With its distinctive bright and refreshing taste, mint leaves are commonly used in beverages, such as tea, and various desserts. Mint can grow both indoors and outdoors. If grown indoors, be sure to locate it where it will be able to receive plenty of good morning light.

Rosemary

Rosemary is used as a seasoning in a variety of dishes, adding a hint of lemon-pine, woodsy and peppery flavour. With a fragrance similar to charred wood, it goes best with meats and barbeque dishes. In Singapore, rosemary can grow both indoors and outdoors. As these plants thrive in warm, humid environments and cannot take extremely cold temperatures, rosemary may be one of the easiest herbs to grow in Singapore.

Strawberry

Strawberries are one of the most attractive, delicious and healthy fruit you can buy in the market. To many, the idea of growing your own strawberries at home would be a dream come true.

Sunflower

Sunflowers grow best in locations with full sun. They are remarkably tough and will grow in any kind of soil as long as it is not waterlogged.

Basil

Basil, arguably is one of the more versatile herbs (think pesto pasta, pizza margherita and the simple caprese salad) and fortunately, also one of the easiest to grow. Basil is one of the easiest herbs to grow from seeds in Singapore because it is a sun loving plant. From sowing to producing fresh leaves takes a cycle of between 6-8 weeks.

Tomatoes

Growing potted tomatoes on balconies, window sills, or corridors is becoming more common for apartment dwellers with no garden space.

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