Grow Your Own Herbs Pot Pack

  • Grow Your Own Herbs Pot Pack
    Grow Your Own Herbs Pot Pack
    Product ID: 5060474050531
    Category: General Cookbooks
    Description: The easy way to grow your own tasty supply of fresh herbs, this box is perfect for any would-be gardener. It includes seeds for basil, mint and parsley and also has three terracotta pots to grow them in. The set also includes a growing guide book, a trowel and three wooden seed sticks with names. Box size: 250 x 250mm
    Delivery time: 3 - 5 working days
    Delivery cost: 2.95
    Price: £9.99
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