This $ 22 kit turns your empty wine bottles into a herb garden
If you’ve enjoyed a glass (or two) of chilled wine by the pool this summer, we’ve found the perfect way to recycle your wine bottles: this kit allows you to grow delicious herbs using your wine bottles. empty.
Available to purchase from Uncommon Goods for $ 22, the Bottle Stopper Garden Kit makes it easy to grow an adorable herb garden. Once your wine bottle is empty, all you have to do is fill it with water, plug the neck with a “smart sol” capsule, and add a few seeds of herbs. Simply place it in a sunny spot like your kitchen window sill and watch your herbs grow over the next few weeks. Herbs are so low-maintenance that you don’t even need to water them every day.
The hydroponic kit includes three varieties of seeds: sweet basil, dill and French parsley. It also includes three biodegradable cornstarch inserts, three sprout domes, and three sticker labels for the bottles so you can know what weed is in each bottle. Really, all you need is three empty wine bottles to grow an adorable herb garden in your home. The vendor also offers an edible flower kit that you can use to grow cosmos, marigold, and zinnia.
Customers love the creative idea of the kit, as well as its functionality and simplicity. Many said it was the perfect gift for loved ones who enjoy herbs, gardening, and wine. “It was so much fun planting the seeds in my wine bottle and watching the herbs grow so quickly. It looks so pretty in my kitchen window,” one buyer wrote in a review. “I always thought I couldn’t grow anything, but this product seems foolproof! ”
So if you’re waiting for a sign to refuel your favorite wine, this kit is for you.
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