Modern Sprout Tiny Terracotta Kit - Curious Catnip

Modern Sprout Tiny Terracotta Kit - Curious Catnip
Modern Sprout Tiny Terracotta Kit - Curious Catnip

Modern Sprout Tiny Terracotta Kit - Curious Catnip

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The Details
This tiny terracotta kit comes equipped with everything you’ll need to start growing, just add water and set in a sunny window. Planter features a glazed interior and is outfitted with a nested coconut pot filter that provides drainage and can be transplanted into a pot or garden if a larger plant is desired.

Includes Non-GMO Catnip Seeds.

Perfect for budding plant and pet parents — a must have for city dwellers looking to grow their indoor oasis.

Grow Kits are assembled in Chicago of domestic and imported components.

 

  • 3.5" h x 3.5" d
  • Designed to be reused
  • Assembled in the USA
Includes
  • Non-GMO Catnip Seeds
  • Coco Husk Net Pot
  • Coco Pith Disk
  • Plant Food
  • Instruction Manual
FAQs
How long does it take to grow?
Catnip seeds take 5-10 days to sprout.
Why haven't my seeds sprouted?
Some seeds may fail to germinate (this is nature). If sprouts don’t appear in 3-4 weeks, the seeds may have been planted too deep, growing medium is too dry or wet, or temps are too low. In dry climates or during cooler months, consider creating a greenhouse effect by placing the empty grow medium bag over the planter. Punch a few holes for ventilation. Remove the bag once sprouts are 1” tall. If temps outside drop below 55°F, remove planter from window to prevent cold damage.
How much sun will it need?
Catnip thrives in temps between 55°-75°F and with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight (an unobstructed south or west-facing window is best). Starting in Mar-Sept will provide longer days and thus optimal light. If starting during cooler months, it’s recommended that you supplement natural light with a grow light (fluorescent or LED).
My sprouts seem weak?
If plant appears weak and spindly, there is either not enough light or temps are not in the optimal range. Try a different window or consider supplementing with a grow light. During the outdoor growing season you can place the planter outside temporarily to jump start your plant after it has sprouted (just make sure to bring the planter indoors if it rains).   
I'd like a bigger, more robust plant. Can I transplant this outside?
This terracotta planter is designed for indoor use to grow a small Clover plant; however, you can transplant it into a pot or the ground for a larger and more robust plant. Transplant outside into a location with full sun after the threat of frost has passed, and sprouts have at least two sets of true leaves. Prior to transplanting, harden off plant for 5-7 days by placing it outdoors in partial sun during the day, and bringing it indoors at night. Prepare the location by digging a hole about twice the size of the plant. If the soil needs amending, purchase a fertilizer and follow its instructions. Remove coco net pot as carefully as possible to prevent root damage. Place plant in hole, fill with soil add touch of water (or nutrient solution) and gently tamp.



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