3 pot hydro planter - weathered grey

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3 pot hydro planter - solar
Active Hydroponic Kit with Air-Pump and Pre-Programmed Timer

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii)

Features a top-feed hydroponic system hidden inside a wooden planter that delivers water and nutrients directly to the roots of three separate plants on a pre-programmed feeding schedule. This self-sustaining system is the ultimate container gardening solution, and is designed to fit on a sunny windowsill. Grow a wide variety of edibles year round, from herbs and leafy greens to fruiting plants like peppers and tomatoes. Start from seed, cutting or transplant.

Meticulously made in the USA.

    • ⅝” Stained Wood Planter Enclosure - Weathered Grey
    • Solar Panel, Batteries and Hanger
    • Top Tray and 3/4 Gal Reservoir
    • Pre-Programmed Timer
    • Eco-friendly Air Pump
    • Three Net Pots
    • Three Black Feeding Tubes
    • Three Clear Air Tubes
    • Power Adapter
    • Flow Control Valve
    • Clay Pellet Grow Medium
    • Water Measuring Stick
    • Detailed Instruction Manual

Seeds and Organic Liquid Nutrients are Available for Purchase Separately.

Eco-friendly air-pump requires very little power. 4-6 hours of direct sunlight will power the planter for 4-5 days (varies based on timer setting). An included power adaptor allows planter to be converted into a plug-in model.

The reservoir requires refills on average every two weeks, depending on plant size.

Compared to soil-based gardening, hydroponics uses 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster and takes up ¼ of the space.

Specs

Wood Enclosure Size: 16” l x 6” w x 10.5” h (41cm x 15cm x 27cm)
Solar Panel: 7” x 10”, and hanger adds 4” to enclosure width
Weight: approximately 13lb (5.5kg)
  • -Built-in DC air pump allows for global use.
  • -Pre-programmed timer includes watering settings for plants ranging from seeds/orchids to tomatoes/peppers.
  • -Power supply w/ 6’ long white power cord is US compatible but with can be used throughout the world with common adapters.
  • -Patent Pending

What can I grow?

Below is a sampling of suggestions. For more information, visit our Growing Guide
BEGINNER Kale, Basil, Mint Lettuce, Arugula & Chives
INTERMEDIATE  
warm weather (water-loving): Oregano, Parsley & Cilantro
warm weather (dry-loving): Lavender, Rosemary & Sage
cool weather: Spinach, Peas & Swiss Chard
ADVANCED Cherry Tomatoes, Hot Peppers & Cucumbers
Lettuce, kale, & other green leafy vegetables Year-round
Basil, mint, & other water-loving herbs Year-round
Geranium, snapdragon, trailing vinca, & other flowers Fall through spring
Cucumbers (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall
Cherry tomatoes (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall

What do I need to start?

To get started you need nutrients, light and either seeds/cuttings/plants.

Nutrients: There are two basic nutrient formulas to consider when feeding your plants, and both include Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), and Potassium (K). The first formula is geared towards vegetative growth (stems and leaves), and has a higher ratio of nitrogen (e.g. N-P-K value around 3-2-4). The second formula encourages fruiting and flowering, and requires less nitrogen and more potassium (e.g. N-P-K value around 2-3-5). More info below in the “What nutrient products do you recommend” line item.

Light: Lighting needs vary depending on plant type, but most will prefer an unobstructed south, west or east window with direct light. During winter months—or if you don’t receive direct light or have a north-facing window—you can supplement with a grow light. More info below in the “How much light do I need” line item.

Seeds/Cuttings/Plants: Seeds will need to be started in a seed starter cube (included with our seed starter kit). Cuttings are taken from another plant, and should be dipped in a rooting hormone then placed in a seed starter cube. Specific plants transplant really well, including basil and rosemary, and just need to have 70% of the soil rinsed off of their roots. Additional information is included in the instruction manual that ships with the planter.

You will be instructed to charge the included batteries completely with the plug-in adaptor or solar panel before using your planter.

How much light is needed to power the solar panel?

Eco-friendly air-pump requires very little power. 4-6 hours of direct sunlight will power the planter for 4-5 days (varies based on timer setting). An included power adaptor allows planter to be converted into a plug-in model.

Window screens, UV protective films, and dirt can prevent full sunlight from reaching the solar panel, and thus may increase charging times.

What is top-feed hydroponics?

Hydroponics is a system for growing with a solution of water and nutrients in a soilless medium. In a top-fed active hydroponic system, a pump moves the water and nutrient solution from a reservoir up to plant roots, where the roots take what they need and the rest recycles back into the reservoir. Hydroponics offers a method of cultivation that’s clean, sustainable and yields fantastic results. Plants thrive because they get fed when they need it, where they need it. When compared to soil gardening, hydroponics uses an estimated 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster, and occupies ¼ of the space.

When a planter is labeled “self-watering” it most likely utilizes passive hydroponics (like our Garden Jars). Passive hydroponic planters feature a wicking system with soil or soilless grow medium. Passive hydroponic planters don’t grow plants as quickly as active, and have a slightly more limited selections of plants that will thrive.

What nutrient product do you recommend?

We recommend using organic liquid nutrients, which are a mix of kelp (seaweed) and other natural products, and can be found online or at hydroponic stores and boutique garden centers. Our current favorite is Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Grow for vegetation and Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Bloom for flowers for fruiting. We are one of the few online retailers that offers Botanicare’s Pure Blend Pro in pint-sized containers.

How much light do I need?

Substantial light and proper temperatures are crucial for fast growth, healthy plants, and high yields. Your planter should be placed in a well lit location—unobstructed south or west-facing windows will produce the best results. Most leafy greens want at least 4-6hrs of direct light, while flowering and fruiting plants want 10-12hrs. Even with limited light you have plant options, including chives, lemon balm, mint, sage, shiso, lettuce, arugula, kale, Swiss chard, spinach, peas and a variety of houseplants. The optimal temperature for most plants is 65⁰-75⁰F.

Supplemental light—especially during winter months—enables year-round indoor growing and fills the gaps during dark days. Herbs and leafy greens will benefit from a fluorescent light bulbs (tubes or CFLs). LED grow lights are becoming more popular and efficient, and are available in two color spectrums—blue and red. Blue wavelengths are ideal for the vegetation and red wavelengths are designed for the flowering and fruiting stages. H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) grow lights, such as Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium, are common in commercial indoor growing.

Do you ship internationally?

Shipping to countries around the world can be difficult at best (import tariffs, customs, restrictions…), but we do our best to fulfill all orders. International customers can estimate their shipping cost checkout. If you have questions regarding delivery time please contact us (link to contact pop-up). Seed Starter Kits (seeds) are not available for international purchase due to import restrictions.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.
3 pot hydro planter - reclaimed wood
Active Hydroponic Kit with Air-Pump and Pre-Programmed Timer

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii)

Features a top-feed hydroponic system hidden inside a wooden planter that delivers water and nutrients directly to the roots of three separate plants on a pre-programmed feeding schedule. This self-sustaining system is the ultimate container gardening solution, and is designed to fit on a sunny windowsill. Grow a wide variety of edibles year round, from herbs and leafy greens to fruiting plants like peppers and tomatoes. Start from seed, cutting or transplant.

Meticulously made in the USA.

    • ⅝” Stained Wood Planter Enclosure - Weathered Grey
    • Top Tray and 3/4 Gal Reservoir
    • Pre-Programmed Timer
    • Eco-friendly Air Pump
    • Three Net Pots
    • Three Black Feeding Tubes
    • Three Clear Air Tubes
    • Power Adapter
    • Flow Control Valve
    • Clay Pellet Grow Medium
    • Water Measuring Stick
    • Detailed Instruction Manual

Seeds and Organic Liquid Nutrients are Available for Purchase Separately.

Eco-friendly air-pump requires very little power. The annual electricity cost to run the planter 24/7, 365 days in Chicago is $5-$7.

The reservoir requires refills on average every two weeks, depending on plant size.

Compared to soil-based gardening, hydroponics uses 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster and takes up ¼ of the space.

Specs

Size: 16” l x 6” w x 10.5” h (41cm x 15cm x 27cm)
Weight: approximately 12lb (5.5kg)
  • -Built-in DC air pump allows for global use.
  • -Pre-programmed timer includes watering settings for plants ranging from seeds/orchids to tomatoes/peppers.
  • -Power supply w/ 6’ long white power cord is US compatible but with can be used throughout the world with common adapters.
  • -Patent Pending

What can I grow?

Below is a sampling of suggestions. For more information, visit our Growing Guide
BEGINNER Kale, Basil, Mint Lettuce, Arugula & Chives
INTERMEDIATE  
warm weather (water-loving): Oregano, Parsley & Cilantro
warm weather (dry-loving): Lavender, Rosemary & Sage
cool weather: Spinach, Peas & Swiss Chard
ADVANCED Cherry Tomatoes, Hot Peppers & Cucumbers
Lettuce, kale, & other green leafy vegetables Year-round
Basil, mint, & other water-loving herbs Year-round
Geranium, snapdragon, trailing vinca, & other flowers Fall through spring
Cucumbers (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall
Cherry tomatoes (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall

What do I need to start?

To get started you need nutrients, light and either seeds/cuttings/plants.

Nutrients: There are two basic nutrient formulas to consider when feeding your plants, and both include Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), and Potassium (K). The first formula is geared towards vegetative growth (stems and leaves), and has a higher ratio of nitrogen (e.g. N-P-K value around 3-2-4). The second formula encourages fruiting and flowering, and requires less nitrogen and more potassium (e.g. N-P-K value around 2-3-5). More info below in the “What nutrient products do you recommend” line item.

Light: Lighting needs vary depending on plant type, but most will prefer an unobstructed south, west or east window with direct light. During winter months—or if you don’t receive direct light or have a north-facing window—you can supplement with a grow light. More info below in the “How much light do I need” line item.

Seeds/Cuttings/Plants: Seeds will need to be started in a seed starter cube (included with our seed starter kit). Cuttings are taken from another plant, and should be dipped in a rooting hormone then placed in a seed starter cube. Specific plants transplant really well, including basil and rosemary, and just need to have 70% of the soil rinsed off of their roots. Additional information is included in the instruction manual that ships with the planter.

What is top-feed hydroponics?

Hydroponics is a system for growing with a solution of water and nutrients in a soilless medium. In a top-fed active hydroponic system, a pump moves the water and nutrient solution from a reservoir up to plant roots, where the roots take what they need and the rest recycles back into the reservoir. Hydroponics offers a method of cultivation that’s clean, sustainable and yields fantastic results. Plants thrive because they get fed when they need it, where they need it. When compared to soil gardening, hydroponics uses an estimated 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster, and occupies ¼ of the space.

When a planter is labeled “self-watering” it most likely utilizes passive hydroponics (like our Garden Jars). Passive hydroponic planters feature a wicking system with soil or soilless grow medium. Passive hydroponic planters don’t grow plants as quickly as active, and have a slightly more limited selections of plants that will thrive.

What nutrient product do you recommend?

We recommend using organic liquid nutrients, which are a mix of kelp (seaweed) and other natural products, and can be found online or at hydroponic stores and boutique garden centers. Our current favorite is Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Grow for vegetation and Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Bloom for flowers for fruiting. We are one of the few online retailers that offers Botanicare’s Pure Blend Pro in pint-sized containers.

How much light do I need?

Substantial light and proper temperatures are crucial for fast growth, healthy plants, and high yields. Your planter should be placed in a well lit location—unobstructed south or west-facing windows will produce the best results. Most leafy greens want at least 4-6hrs of direct light, while flowering and fruiting plants want 10-12hrs. Even with limited light you have plant options, including chives, lemon balm, mint, sage, shiso, lettuce, arugula, kale, Swiss chard, spinach, peas and a variety of houseplants. The optimal temperature for most plants is 65⁰-75⁰F.

Supplemental light—especially during winter months—enables year-round indoor growing and fills the gaps during dark days. Herbs and leafy greens will benefit from a fluorescent light bulbs (tubes or CFLs). LED grow lights are becoming more popular and efficient, and are available in two color spectrums—blue and red. Blue wavelengths are ideal for the vegetation and red wavelengths are designed for the flowering and fruiting stages. H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) grow lights, such as Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium, are common in commercial indoor growing.

Do you ship internationally?

Shipping to countries around the world can be difficult at best (import tariffs, customs, restrictions…), but we do our best to fulfill all orders. International customers can estimate their shipping cost checkout. If you have questions regarding delivery time please contact us (link to contact pop-up). Seed Starter Kits (seeds) are not available for international purchase due to import restrictions.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.
3 pot hydro planter - chalkboard
Active Hydroponic Kit with Air-Pump and Pre-Programmed Timer

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii)

Features a top-feed hydroponic system hidden inside a wooden planter that delivers water and nutrients directly to the roots of three separate plants on a pre-programmed feeding schedule. This self-sustaining system is the ultimate container gardening solution, and is designed to fit on a sunny windowsill. Grow a wide variety of edibles year round, from herbs and leafy greens to fruiting plants like peppers and tomatoes. Start from seed, cutting or transplant.

Meticulously made in the USA.

  • ⅝” Painted Wood Planter Enclosure - Chalkboard
  • Top Tray and 3/4 Gal Reservoir
  • Pre-Programmed Timer
  • Eco-friendly Air Pump
  • Three Net Pots
  • Three Black Feeding Tubes
  • Three Clear Air Tubes
  • Power Adapter
  • Flow Control Valve
  • Clay Pellet Grow Medium
  • Water Measuring Stick
  • Detailed Instruction Manual

Seeds and Organic Liquid Nutrients are Available for Purchase Separately.

Eco-friendly air-pump requires very little power. The annual electricity cost to run the planter 24/7, 365 days in Chicago is $5-$7.

The reservoir requires refills on average every two weeks, depending on plant size.

Compared to soil-based gardening, hydroponics uses 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster and takes up ¼ of the space.

Specs

Size: 16” l x 6” w x 10.5” h (41cm x 15cm x 27cm)
Weight: approximately 12lb (5.5kg)
  • Built-in DC air pump allows for global use.
  • Pre-programmed timer includes watering settings for plants ranging from seeds/orchids to tomatoes/peppers.
  • Power supply w/ 6’ long white power cord is US compatible but with can be used throughout the world with common adapters.
  • Patent Pending

What can I grow?

Below is a sampling of suggestions. For more information, visit our Growing Guide
BEGINNER Kale, Basil, Mint Lettuce, Arugula & Chives
INTERMEDIATE  
warm weather (water-loving): Oregano, Parsley & Cilantro
warm weather (dry-loving): Lavender, Rosemary & Sage
cool weather: Spinach, Peas & Swiss Chard
ADVANCED Cherry Tomatoes, Hot Peppers & Cucumbers
Lettuce, kale, & other green leafy vegetables Year-round
Basil, mint, & other water-loving herbs Year-round
Geranium, snapdragon, trailing vinca, & other flowers Fall through spring
Cucumbers (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall
Cherry tomatoes (direct sun in a south or west-facing window) Late winter through fall

What do I need to start?

To get started you need nutrients, light and either seeds/cuttings/plants.

Nutrients: There are two basic nutrient formulas to consider when feeding your plants, and both include Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), and Potassium (K). The first formula is geared towards vegetative growth (stems and leaves), and has a higher ratio of nitrogen (e.g. N-P-K value around 3-2-4). The second formula encourages fruiting and flowering, and requires less nitrogen and more potassium (e.g. N-P-K value around 2-3-5). More info below in the “What nutrient products do you recommend” line item.

Light: Lighting needs vary depending on plant type, but most will prefer an unobstructed south, west or east window with direct light. During winter months—or if you don’t receive direct light or have a north-facing window—you can supplement with a grow light. More info below in the “How much light do I need” line item.

Seeds/Cuttings/Plants: Seeds will need to be started in a seed starter cube (included with our seed starter kit). Cuttings are taken from another plant, and should be dipped in a rooting hormone then placed in a seed starter cube. Specific plants transplant really well, including basil and rosemary, and just need to have 70% of the soil rinsed off of their roots. Additional information is included in the instruction manual that ships with the planter.

What is top-feed hydroponics?

Hydroponics is a system for growing with a solution of water and nutrients in a soilless medium. In a top-fed active hydroponic system, a pump moves the water and nutrient solution from a reservoir up to plant roots, where the roots take what they need and the rest recycles back into the reservoir. Hydroponics offers a method of cultivation that’s clean, sustainable and yields fantastic results. Plants thrive because they get fed when they need it, where they need it. When compared to soil gardening, hydroponics uses an estimated 80% less water, grows plants 30% faster, and occupies ¼ of the space.

When a planter is labeled “self-watering” it most likely utilizes passive hydroponics (like our Garden Jars). Passive hydroponic planters feature a wicking system with soil or soilless grow medium. Passive hydroponic planters don’t grow plants as quickly as active, and have a slightly more limited selections of plants that will thrive.

What nutrient product do you recommend?

We recommend using organic liquid nutrients, which are a mix of kelp (seaweed) and other natural products, and can be found online or at hydroponic stores and boutique garden centers. Our current favorite is Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Grow for vegetation and Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Bloom for flowers for fruiting. We are one of the few online retailers that offers Botanicare’s Pure Blend Pro in pint-sized containers.

How much light do I need?

Substantial light and proper temperatures are crucial for fast growth, healthy plants, and high yields. Your planter should be placed in a well lit location—unobstructed south or west-facing windows will produce the best results. Most leafy greens want at least 4-6hrs of direct light, while flowering and fruiting plants want 10-12hrs. Even with limited light you have plant options, including chives, lemon balm, mint, sage, shiso, lettuce, arugula, kale, Swiss chard, spinach, peas and a variety of houseplants. The optimal temperature for most plants is 65⁰-75⁰F

Supplemental light—especially during winter months—enables year-round indoor growing and fills the gaps during dark days. Herbs and leafy greens will benefit from a fluorescent light bulbs (tubes or CFLs). LED grow lights are becoming more popular and efficient, and are available in two color spectrums—blue and red. Blue wavelengths are ideal for the vegetation and red wavelengths are designed for the flowering and fruiting stages. H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) grow lights, such as Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium, are common in commercial indoor growing.

Do you ship internationally?

Shipping to countries around the world can be difficult at best (import tariffs, customs, restrictions…), but we do our best to fulfill all orders. International customers can estimate their shipping cost checkout. If you have questions regarding delivery time please contact us (link to contact pop-up). Seed Starter Kits (seeds) are not available for international purchase due to import restrictions.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.
Pure Blend Pro Grow: $13-$23
All natural & Organic-based Nutrient Formula Optimally Blended for Vegetative Growth

The Pure Blend Pro Series includes all natural and organic-based, one part base nutrient formulas optimally blended for desired nutrition in each phase of growth.

Pure Blend Pro Grow 3-2-4 contains only natural sources of essential major, secondary, and trace minerals from the land and sea that promote vigorous, lush green vegetation in a 100% soluble form. Providing increased nutritional value for developing fruiting, flowering and vegetable plants, Pure Blend Pro Grow is an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional chemical fertilizers.

One of the simplest to use fertilizers available. Shake container before using. Then simply mix 1 tsp of nutrients into 1 gal of water. Store in a cool place like a refrigerator for best shelf life.

Size Options

32oz - $23
8oz- $13

Is Pure Blend Pro completely organic?

Pure Blend Pro is natural and organic-based, not “100% organic.” Although it is created from natural and organic inputs such as humic acid, guano, kelp, rock phosphate, and carbonates, these naturally-occurring inputs are processed for enhanced stability and product quality purposes which prevents it from qualifying as completely organic.

After adding Pure Blend Pro to my reservoir the pH drops very low. Is this normal or problematic?

Yes experiencing low pH after adding Pure Blend Pro is completely normal. In its concentrated form Pure Blend Pro is very acidic which helps the product to remain stable during storage and maintain the original composition and quality of the formula.

Can Pure Blend Pro be used in DWC, Aeroponic, NFT, and systems?

Yes all 3 Pure Blend Pro formulas are water soluble and can be used in any type of hydroponic system.

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Total Nitrogen (N): 3.0%
  • Total Nitrogen (N): 3.0% Water Soluble Nitrogen
  • Available Phosphate (P2O5): 2.0%
  • Soluble Potash (K2O): 4.0%
  • Calcium (Ca): 1.0%
  • Magnesium (Mg): 0.5%
  • Magnesium (Mg): 0.5% Water Soluble Magnesium (Mg)

ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENT: 0.20% Humic acid derived from leonardite.

Derived from: Fish Meal, Composted Seabird Guano, Kelp, Rock Phosphate, Potassium Carbonate, Magnesium Carbonate, Calcium Carbonate.

Feed Sheet

International delivery

Because of seed import restrictions we are not able to ship plant nutrients outside the US. Contact us for recommendations on comparable nutrients that may be avail options in your area.
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3 Pot Seed Starter Kit - Herbs
Includes Basil, Flat Leaf Parsley, Mint

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii)

Modern Sprout’s Seed Starter Kits provide everything you need to sprout three tasty plants for an inspired kitchen. Pair this kit with our 3-Pot Hydroponic Planter or a soil-based container of your choosing. Seeds are thoughtfully sourced to be successful in a small space garden – either indoor or outdoor.

Made in the USA of environmentally friendly materials.

Usage

Soak the seed starter cube in lukewarm water for 15 minutes, then add a few seeds to the center hole of each cube. Place a seed starter cube in the center of each net pot. The top of the cube should be approximately ½” below the top of the pot. The black feeding tube should be aligned so it directly touches the side of the cube. Fill each pot with clay pellets, covering feeding tube but not the top of the cube. Cover each net pot with a greenhouse dome and set the planter’s timer to “seeds”.

Once sprouts establish a second or third set of leaves, remove greenhouse dome and add a single layer of clay pellets on top of the grow cube to keep light off the sponge material and prevents algae growth.

Further details about starting from seed including nutrient use are available in your planters manual.

What’s included my the kit?

  • Certified Organic Basil, Flat Leaf Parsley, Non- GMO Mint Seeds
  • Composted Bark Seed Starter Cubes
  • Greenhouse Domes
  • Garden Markers
  • Growing Guide

How long do they take to grow?

Seeds take 14-21 days to sprout, depending on seed type. Herbs will be ready to harvest in 2-3 months.

When should I start them?

Herbs can be started year round as they require less light than fruiting and flowering plants. East, south or west facing windows are preferred otherwise supplemental lighting should be used.

Can these be used outdoors?

Yes. Instructions for using seed starters in traditional garden are in the included growing guide.

Do you ship internationally?

Due to seed import restrictions we cannot ship our 3 Pot Seed Starter kits to most countries outside the U.S. and Canada.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.
3 Pot Seed Starter Kit - Greens
Includes Kale, Arugula, Sorrel

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii)

Modern Sprout’s Seed Starter Kits provide everything you need to sprout three tasty plants for an inspired kitchen. Pair this kit with our 3-Pot Hydroponic Planter or a soil-based container of your choosing. Seeds are thoughtfully sourced to be successful in a small space garden – either indoor or outdoor.

Made in the USA of environmentally friendly materials.

Usage

Soak the seed starter cube in lukewarm water for 15 minutes, then add a few seeds to the center hole of each cube. Place a seed starter cube in the center of each net pot. The top of the cube should be approximately ½” below the top of the pot. The black feeding tube should be aligned so it directly touches the side of the cube. Fill each pot with clay pellets, covering feeding tube but not the top of the cube. Cover each net pot with a greenhouse dome and set the planter’s timer to “seeds”.

Once sprouts establish a second or third set of leaves, remove greenhouse dome and add a single layer of clay pellets on top of the grow cube to keep light off the sponge material and prevents algae growth.

Further details about starting from seed including nutrient use are available in your planters manual.

What’s included my the kit?

  • Certified Organic Kale, Arugula, Sorrel Seeds
  • Composted Bark Seed Starter Cubes
  • Greenhouse Domes
  • Garden Markers
  • Growing Guide

How long do they take to grow?

Seeds take 14-21 days to sprout, depending on seed type. Leafy greens will be ready to harvest in 2-3 months.

When should I start them?

Leafy greens can be started year round as they require less light than fruiting and flowering plants. East, south or west facing windows are preferred otherwise supplemental lighting should be used.

Can these be used outdoors?

Yes. Instructions for using seed starters in traditional garden are in the included growing guide.

Do you ship internationally?

Due to seed import restrictions we cannot ship our 3 Pot Seed Starter kits to most countries outside the U.S. and Canada.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.
3 Pot Seed Starter Kit - Peppers
Includes Jalapeno, Habanero, Red Thai Pepper

$5 Shipping

Applies to domestic orders
(excluding Alaska and Hawaii

Modern Sprout’s Seed Starter Kits provide everything you need to sprout three tasty plants for an inspired kitchen. Pair this kit with our 3-Pot Hydroponic Planter or a soil-based container of your choosing. Seeds are thoughtfully sourced to be successful in a small space garden – either indoor or outdoor.

Made in the USA and designed for outdoor or indoor use.

Usage

Soak the seed starter cube in lukewarm water for 15 minutes, then add a few seeds to the center hole of each cube. Place a seed starter cube in the center of each net pot. The top of the cube should be approximately ½” below the top of the pot. The black feeding tube should be aligned so it directly touches the side of the cube. Fill each pot with clay pellets, covering feeding tube but not the top of the cube. Cover each net pot with a greenhouse dome and set the planter’s timer to “seeds”.

Once sprouts establish a second or third set of leaves, remove greenhouse dome and add a single layer of clay pellets on top of the grow cube to keep light off the sponge material and prevents algae growth.

Further details about starting from seed including nutrient use are available in your planters manual

What’s included my the kit?

  • Certified Organic Jalapeno, Habanero and Red Thai Pepper Seeds
  • Composted Bark Seed Starter Cubes
  • Greenhouse Domes
  • Garden Markers
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How long do they take to grow?

Seeds take 14-21 days to sprout, depending on seed type. Peppers will be ready to harvest in 4-5 months.

When should I start them?

As peppers mature they will need a lot more light and warmth. Because of this we recommend starting peppers in late winter to early spring. Doing this will take advantage of longer days and provide the most natural light for your plants as their fruit sets in.

Can these be used outdoors?

Yes. Instructions for using seed starters in traditional garden are in the included growing guide.

Do you ship internationally?

Due to seed import restrictions we cannot ship our Garden Jars to most countries outside the U.S. and Canada.

What is the return policy?

Our goal is to make sure every product we sell is of the highest quality. If you have a problem with your purchase and want to initiate a return, please email us at support@modsprout.com.

Warranty & Returns

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT: Modern Sprout warrants that it will repair, replace or refund, at our sole discretion, any product that is defective in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase, unless stated otherwise. Click here for complete warranty policy.

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