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The Unwins gin cocktail kit contains all you need to start growing your own cocktail botanicals and enhance you gin experience on your kitchen windowsill.
How to use
Break up any lumps in the compost and loose fill each pot to the top. Shake level. Firm gently with the base of another pot. Water well and leave to drain for 30 minutes. Sprinkle a few seeds (10-20) of a herb into each pot lightly covering with ½ cm compost. Place each pot into the wooden trough and place trough in a sealed clear plastic food bag or cover surface with cling film. This keeps the humidity up and you should not need to water again until germinated.
Place the trough on a warm household windowsill or another well lit, warm surface. Periodically check compost is moist. Once seeds begin to grow remove plastic bag and keep warm (10-20°C) and moist but not saturated. Allow approx. 2 weeks for germination, and at least 6 weeks for established growth. Once the plant has 5-6 leaves you can begin to pick or snip off leaves as required. Spare seeds can be kept cool and dry for further in pots or sown in the garden from April to September.
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Plant the seed
Growing vegetables from seeds is a great family activity that teaches children about the importance of sustainable living and the process of how plants grow. By involving kids in planting, watering, and taking care of the seeds, they learn valuable skills and gain appreciation for the food they eat.
Grow your own
Growing vegetables from seed offers numerous benefits such as access to a wider range of varieties, increased yields through succession planting, and the ability to experiment with plant breeding. In addition, you can make efficient use of space and timing in your garden by interplanting vegetables with different growing habits and maturity rates. So why not consider growing your vegetables and flowers from seed!