Little Gardeners Grow & Create Pot Flower Power



Flower Power contains a mixture of edible flowers such as nasturtiums, calendulas, marigolds, violas, borage and bergamot. Use the flowers to decorate cakes, add colour to salads or freeze into ice cubes!

Grow and Create pots are complete project kits for kids offering both education and fun. They contain a brightly coloured high quality reusable plastic pot, Jiffy® soil pellets, seeds, a sticker sheet for kids to personalise their own “mini garden in a pot” and an activity sheet with quizzes, games and colouring-in!

Our pots are made from 100% recycled materials – great for the environment!

Dimensions: 15cm x15cm x 14cm

How To Grow

These intructions are the same as the ones you will receive on your grow pot! So if you happen to lose them just come back here!

What you need to do... To create your own Mini Edible Flower Garden

1 - Place the Jiffy® Soil Pellets into a bucket and pour in 3 cups of warm water. In a few minutes the pellets will turn into soil. Put a sheet of kitchen paper towel at the bottom of the coloured pot and pour in the soil.

2 - Press half a fingernail deep holes into soil. Put one seed in each hole and cover with soil.

3 - Use the stickers included to decorate the pot and make it your own mini garden.

4 - Place the pot on a saucer somewhere warm and sunny, and check daily if the plant needs watering. After about 7-14 days look out for seedlings! Feed your plant with liquid fertiliser every 2 weeks , so they grow strong and healthy. Remove the weakest seedlings so the strongest 5-10 plants have enough room to grow.

5 - Watch as the plants develop buds that will open into beautiful flowers (around 12 weeks after planting the seeds). Wash flowers well before eating!

Top Tip: Use the flowers to decorate cakes, add colour to salads or freeze into ice cubes!

Our Seed Guarantee

If you are not completely satisfied with these seeds Mr. Fothergill's will gladly replace them for free. Performance subject to growing conditions.

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