Aromatic bombs

Pack of 6 seed bombs of aromatic herbs

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Pack of 6 seed bombs of aromatic herbs

This pack includes 6 seed bombs of aromatic herbs wrapped in colorful tissue paper.

The seed bombs are made using the Nendo Dango method developed by Masanobu Fukuoka over 70 years ago. This system protects the seeds for long periods of time. Thanks to the clay and natural fertilizers that cover them, successful germination is guaranteed.

Varieties: Basil bomb, coriander bomb, oregano bomb, parsley bomb, rosemary bomb, thyme bomb.

Varieties

BASIL
Ocimum basilicum
var. genevese L. Labiada

CORIANDER
Coriandrum sativum L. Umbelíferas

OREGANO
Oryganum vulgare L. Lamiáceas

PARSLEY
Petroselinum crispum
(Mill.) Fuss. Umbelíferas

ROSEMARY
Rosmarinus officinalis L. LamIáceas

THYME
Thymus vulgaris L. Lamiáceas

HOW TO USE THE BOMBS

Partially bury each bomb in a pot with a diameter of at least 12 cm.

It is important to maintain moisture but avoid saturating the soil with water. Do not expose them to direct sunlight in the first few days; they need light and indirect sunlight.

They’ll germinate in a few days.

TIPS FOR A GOOD GERMINATION

BASIL
Ocimum basilicum
var. genevese L. Labiada

The ideal time to sow is in the middle of spring, with 2-4 weeks to sprout. It can also be grown indoors throughout the year, providing plenty of sunshine and a temperature of around 18°C. It needs direct sunlight exposure but sheltered, tolerating some shade. At the beginning of its cultivation and towards the end of summer, we must apply nitrogen-rich compost. Water generously, keeping the substrate always moist but without flooding.

CORIANDER
Coriandrum sativum L. Umbelíferas

It should be sown in spring or summer. It’s a very easy plant to grow at home. The germination time is between 3 and 6 weeks. It’s cold-resistant, but should be grown in the sun. It needs a lot of light. It can also be grown indoors throughout the year, providing plenty of sunshine and a temperature of around 18°C. Water sparingly, it doesn’t tolerate waterlogging. It’s not very demanding in nutrients. Place it on a loose substrate. Use mature compost or humus; it doesn’t like fresh compost. It’s recommended to harvest early in the morning on cloudy days.

OREGANO
Oryganum vulgare L. Lamiáceas

It’s sown at the end of winter or beginning of spring. Germination time is 2 to 4 weeks, then it’s a slow-growing plant. It can be grown indoors throughout the year, providing plenty of sunshine and a temperature of around 18°C. It prefers full sun and dry weather, but can withstand cold temperatures. Water moderately, it doesn’t like waterlogging. Wait for the surrounding soil to dry before watering again. At the beginning of summer flowering, cut the flowering stems. It’s better to do this around noon.

PARSLEY
Petroselinum crispum
(Mill.) Fuss. Umbelíferas

It’s sown from late winter to late summer. Germination may take 3 to 6 weeks. It can also be grown indoors throughout the year, providing plenty of sunshine and a temperature of around 18°C. It requires a minimum of 2 hours of light per day, tolerating shade to full sun. It thrives in warm weather, although it can adapt to humid climates and withstand cold temperatures. Place it on loose substrate, preferably in moist and nitrogen-rich soil. Water it generously, keeping the substrate always moist but not waterlogged.

ROEMARY
Rosmarinus officinalis L. LamIáceas

Perennial aromatic shrub used as a condiment for meat and fish. Sow indoors at the end of winter or outdoors in spring. Germination is slow, it can take from 2 to 4 weeks. It is recommended to keep the substrate moist without flooding until the seedlings emerge and place it in a location where it receives sufficient sunlight. Once it has germinated, water when the soil is dry, it does not tolerate excess moisture. When it reaches about 10 cm, plant it directly into the ground or into a pot adding natural fertilizer or compost and place it in full sun. Harvest the young shoots twice a year.

THYME
Thymus vulgaris L. Lamiáceas

Sow indoors at the end of winter and keep the substrate moist without flooding until germination occurs, about 2 to 4 weeks later. It can be planted in a pot or directly in the ground. It needs a good amount of sunlight hours to grow and does not tolerate excess water, water only when the soil is dry. Harvest the leaves from late spring to early autumn, leaving enough to survive the winter.

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