Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit (6-Pod)
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Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit (6-Pod)

5 reviews 0 5 3.8
Reg. $15.95

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Quick Overview:

Enjoy fresh herbs all year round with this high output kit of culinary classics. Our Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit comes with everything you need to grow and works in any of our AeroGardens! (more...)


Make any meal gourmet with these classic favorites!

Enjoy fresh herbs all year round with this high output kit of culinary classics. Our Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit comes with everything you need to grow and works in any of our AeroGardens! You’ll be running for the recipe books looking for new ways to use your homegrown herbs. With the Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit, you can grow fresh herbs all year round, no matter the season.

Planting with Seed Pods is fun and easy! Just insert the pre-seeded pods in your garden, add water and the plant food. Most plants germinate within 7-14 days, are ready for harvesting in 4-6 weeks, and will keep producing continuous harvests for up to 6 months and longer. Indoor gardening can’t get any tastier or simpler!

Overview and Benefits:

  • We only select seeds that are tested for maximum growth, color, and yield
  • Non-GMO. No herbicides. No pesticides.
  • 100-Percent Germination Guarantee - if a pod doesn't germinate, we'll replace it for free
  • Our pre-seeded Grow Pods are made from pure Canadian Sphagnum Peat and provide soil-free, no-mess, indoor growing all year round

Seed Pod Kit includes:

  • The Gourmet Herb 6-Pod Seed Kit includes: 6 pre-seeded Grow Pods featuring: Genovese Basil, Curly Parsley, Dill, Thyme, Thai Basil and Mint
  • Specially Formulated Liquid Plant Food
  • Grow Domes for optimal germination
  • Growing Guide insert with step by step instructions

Every seed variety we offer is specially selected after lengthy trials and are proven to offer the highest quality yields and the maximum color and beauty for your indoor garden.

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Customer Reviews

Review by Margaret
Disappointed in that "mint" is not true mint but possibly a lemon balm. Thyme is a bust and only a few small sprigs are there after 38 days. Basil inside or outside is a robust, prolific plant, but why two varieties? (Posted over a month ago)
Review by Melanie
Thanks for your earlier response and advice on thinning. The dill and both thymes seem to be doing well and are all uncapped now. I have one little mint, and now one tiny parsley with its first 2 leaves. Day 22 and still no thyme. You mentioned you can send replacement seeds? I know you pick specific varieties that grow well in these conditions, so I'd like to try whatever one you think is best. Thanks again for your help! :-) (Posted over a month ago)
Customer Service Response:
We are happy to hear that the others sprouted! I have reached out to you for your shipping information, and will get a replacement pod to you as soon as I have this. Happy growing!
Review by Melanie
Today was day 12 and the nutrient light came on as promised! :-) I didn't notice while setting up the kit and measuring nutrients for the first time that the nutrients in the bottle had separated. I wondered what might happen since I didn't know what nutrients my seeds were missing out on from that lower layer. (I looked over the directions and didn't see anything that said to shake before measuring.) After seeing what Dale wrote above, I do feel better that mine are coming up in a similar order. The dill came up first (4 plants) & I had to take their cap off. Both basils have several seedlings that are just now showing above their labels (maybe 3 seedlings each). The mint has one little seedling so far, with 4 tiny leaves, but it's still below its label. No thyme or parsley yet. At 3.5 weeks, I doubt if anything will have reached the light at its lowest position like Dale's. Did I stunt their growth because I didn't think to shake the nutrients before measuring? I do have one other question... Depending on how many seeds germinate, will I need to think about thinning the number of seedlings in any of the pots? Thanks! (Posted over a month ago)
Customer Service Response:
Thank you for your review. We are glad to hear that most of your seeds are germinating! Though shaking the nutrients would mix them up and provide the best chance of success, as many of the seeds germinated it looks like you did great with your nutrients. Thyme and Parsley can take a little more time to germinate than some other herbs , so we always say give them 21 days. If they still haven't germinated, we we be happy to replace them free of charge and shipping. We do suggest thinning germinated pods down to one plant for the best opportunity for a successful growth. Just trim the plant as close as possible to the sponge.
Review by Dale
I have had my kit installed for about 3.5 weeks. All have germinated and I'm harvesting dill, both basil plants, and more recently mint, almost every two days to keep the lights low enough for the thyme and parsley to catch up. The dome came off the last plant, parsley, this morning, but I've been eating basil and dill for about a week now, cutting appropriately. Mint decided to share a space with thyme. Mint had its head cut off, so to speak. It sprang up in about 8 hours! It was not there in the morning, but it was by about 4 pm.

Great stuff. Happy I have it. Texas sun and bugs are unkind to herbs. And for two people, the amount coming out can still be overwhelming. (Posted over a month ago)
Review by Kmknight
I got my 6-pod aerogarden and this herb kit for Christmas. I've loved having fresh herbs in my kitchen, but the dill and the mint have taken over everything, which I thought was supposed to be impossible with this. The dill killed my cilantro, in fact I found one stalk with both dill and cilantro growing from it... but my cilantro is now dead. The Thai basil is amazing! And the parsley surprised me by coming back after one recipe I used needed all a full two cups of fresh parsley, so I cut it all off, and it came back! (Posted over a month ago)
Customer Service Response:
The Gourmet Herb kit does have a mix of herbs that grow at different rates and to varying heights. They work best together when the taller and faster growing herbs are pruned in order to keep the grow lights at the lowest position until all plants are well established, and to trim any leaves or branches that might be shading other plants. Thanks for giving the Gourmet Herb a try!

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