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Grow Bars

A simple and easy way to grow flowers and plants in your garden or windowsill. Place the bar in a container in a sunny place, water regularly and wait until the seedlings are ready to pot or plant out.
Packaging dimensions: 240mm x 104mm x 15mm

In stock
SKU
FBARGG
Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
The Bee Bar
£11.95
Bird Grow Bar
£11.95
Butterfly Grow Bar
£11.95
Edible Flowers Grow Bar
£11.95
Gin Grow Bar
£11.95
Indian Chef Grow Bar
£11.95
Jane Austen Flower Bar
£11.95
Tea Grow Bar
£11.95
The Red Hot Bar
£11.95
Strawberry Grow Bar
£11.95
Tomato Grow Bar
£11.95
William Morris Flower Grow Bar
£11.95

The Growbar is made from coir – an eco friendly alternative to peat made from coconut fibre and comes in 100% recycled packaging. 

The Bee Bar - start growing: February - June

Contains:
- Hyssop - has deep tubular flowers, well known as a Bee keeper's favourite. (Perennial)
- Catananche - displays an abundance of nectar-rich blue flowers that bees adore. (Perennial)
- Sweet rocket - has deep blue tubular flowers well-known as a bee-keeper's favourite. (Biennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-bee-growbar

 

The Bird Bar - start growing: March - June

Contains:
- Sunflower Sun Gold - much-loved golden giants, which produce an abundant supply of seeds (annual)
- Echinops - vibrant spherical flowers for you and tasty seeds for the birds (perennial)
- Cornflowers - with its electrical blue petals is an integral part of the British cottage garden (annual)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-bird-growbar

 

The Butterfly Bar - start growing: March - June

Contains:
- Red Valerian - produces fluttery butterflies with little purple flowers (perennial)
- Thyme Serpyllum - tempts fluttery butterflies with little purple flowers (perennial)
- Scabious - has purple flowers on long stems that butterflies find irresistible (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-butterfly-growbar

 

The Edible Flower Bar - start growing: February - June
Contains:
Borage - makes the classic Pimms Cup garnish, beautiful floating in the glass or frozen into ice cubes. (annual)
Pot Marigold - flowers will impart a golden colour and peppery, citrusy taste to your cooking. (annual)
Viola Crown Blend - petals have a slightly sweet lettuce and grassy flavour. (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/edible-flower-growbar

 

The Gin Bar - start growing March - June.
Contains:
Lemon Basil - brings a zesty zing to a classic G & T with a citrus aroma and mild anise flavour (annual)
Cucumber - has a clean green flavour adding a crisp, refreshing lift to any gin cocktail. (annual)
Wild Bergamot - its purple flowers make a pretty garnish and adds a strong spicy flavour to a lazy gimlet. (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-gin-bar

 

Indian Chef Bar - start growing: March - June

Contains:
- Cumin - adds depth and warm, earthy tones to soup, curries and dhals. (annual)
- Coriander - every part of this aromatic herb is edible with a zesty flavour. (annual)
- Curry Chillies - are large long and slim with a fiery heat and can be used when green or vibrant ripe red. (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-indian-chefs-growbar

 

Jane Austen Flowers - start growing: March - June

Contains:
Cornflower - with its electrical blue petals is an integral part of the British cottage garden. (annual)
Sweet william - adds vibrant colour and graced the shrubbery border of the Austen garden at Chawton. (biennial)
Mignonette - bears small, sweet scented flowers; Austen wrote to sister Cassandra about its progress in their garden. (annual biennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/jane-austen-flowers



The Red Hot Bar - start growing: February - May

Contains:
- Jalapeno - will produce long, thin very pungent fruits. (Annual)
- Habanero - a fiery hot chilli with small fruits which will turn a pale orange when ripe. (Annual)
- Serrano - slightly hotter than jalapeno, serrano is dark green and will turn red when fully mature. (Annual)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-red-hot-growbar


The Strawberry Bar - start growing: March - June
Contains:
Mignonette - an exceptionally sweet and aromatic alpine strawberry. (perennial)
Alexandra - a wonderful heritage variety that tastes and smells as a strawberry should. (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/wild-strawberry-growbar

 

The Tea Bar - start growing: February - June

Contains:
- Camomile - use the pretty daisy-like flowers for a soothing brew (annual)
- Fennel - with a distinct aniseed flavour, fennel is excellent for the digestion (perennial)
- Peppermint - zingy and refreshing, peppermint is wonderful for relaxation and digestion (perennial)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/the-tea-growbar

 

The Tomato Bar - start growing: February - June

Contains:
- Gardeners delight - a prolific variety, producing an abundance of flavoursome fruits. (Annual)
- Sweetie tomato (Outdoor Girl) - handsome little tomatoes with an exceptionally sweet flavour. (Annual)
- Yellow Pear - as the name suggests these tomatoes are golden yellow and pear shaped. (Annual)

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/tiny-tomato-growbar

 

William Morris Flowers - start growing: April - June

Contains: 
- Dianthus - commonly known as 'pinks', feature in the meandering florals of Morris's Pink and Rose 1890 wallpaper design.
- Larkspur - now known as delphiniums, inspired Morris's Larkspur wallpaper of 1874.
- Heartsease (Wild Pansy) - was used in a design for St. James's Palace.

More information: https://www.growbar.co.uk/growbars/william-morris-flowers-bar

 

More Information
SKU FBARGG
Manufacturer Growbar
Values and causes Eco Friendly
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