0 items £0.00 Checkout

Sowing Instructions for Seeds

Sowing instructions for Seeds – Herbs, Vegetables and Edible Flowers Your herb, vegetable, micro-green and edible flower starter kits are designed to start on your sunniest windowsill at home. All kits provide sowing instructions for seeds for direct outdoor growing in a pot or garden.

Step 1

Remove the mini propagator from the box, the compost discs are already in the spaces provided.

Step 2

Slowly fill the base of the propagator with warm water and leave to soak until the compost fully expands (warm water ensures it expands more quickly). Continue to add water until the compost fully expands – this can take up to 5 minutes.

Step 3

Sprinkle a pinch of seeds into each compost disc once they have fully expanded and ensure you push the seeds under the compost and the seeds are fully covered.

Step 4

Write and insert your plant markers. Place the lid on the mini propagator and position on your sunniest windowsill. Do not let your compost dry out, keep it moist by watering regularly.

Step 5

Once your seedlings are large enough to handle, transfer the whole compost disc to a pot inside, outside or directly into your garden border. This allows you to ensure you don’t damage the young seedlings.

Step 6

For growing on and outdoor sowing instructions for your box, please see your instruction leaflet provided.

Our Awards:

www.notonthehighstreet.com Make Awards - Start Success of the Year 2014

Great British Growing Awards 2015
Finalist - Best New Veg Growing Product

www.startacus.net Start-Up Of the Week

Entrepreneur to Watch 2015. Hi-Growth Potential Winner 2014

Sign up now for: Grow Guides and Kids’ Gnome Diaries. Click here


Welcome to Plant-n-Grow. The home of no fuss indoor and outdoor grow your own plot-to-plate solutions that deliver all you need to sow, grow and cook. Reducing food waste and food miles and eating healthy and in season.

Meet the team...

Social Shed

We're a social lot. Share your growing stories or read our recent Blog.

Your Sowing & Growing Stories



Copyright 2015. Plant 'n' Grow.