Herbs range Gro-ables launched by Scotts Miracle-Gro

by | Feb 21, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Scotts Miracle-Gro has announced the launch of an exciting new range of Gro-ables Herbs, comprising Basil, Coriander and Parsley.

A unique and exclusive all-in-one pod containing herb seeds, coir compost and Miracle-Gro Plant Food, Gro-ables make growing herbs easy, fun and accessible for everyone. The pods are easy to use and guaranteed to grow indoors, outdoors, or in pots and containers, hanging baskets, gro-bags or in the ground.

With over half of gardeners already growing their own herbs, the new Gro-ables Herb range is expected to appeal to those who always wanted to try but didn?t have the confidence.

Miracle-Gro Gro-ables seed pods are 100% biodegradable and will quickly break down allowing the roots to grow freely and deeply.

The specially selected seeds are already placed in each pod at the perfect depth for optimum germination. The coir compost helps retain moisture and protects the seeds while the six-month feed gradually delivers nutrients to promote root development.

The new range will be available in-store from February 2017 with a recommended retail price of ?1.99 per Gro-ables pod.

Miracle-Gro? Gro-ables? Seed Pods are an all in one coir compost, seed and plant food making it easy for you to grow your own fresh herbs at home. ?Available in 3 varieties: Coriander, Parsley, Basil these handy little seed pods mean you can grow herbs indoors or out.

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