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Plant Kits

Updated on October 10, 2014

Grow an Herb Garden, Terrarium, Fairy Garden, Cat Grass with Plant Kits

Plant kits contain everything you need to get started gardening indoors. If your space is limited or you're just not interested in a large garden plot but would like to have something green growing in your space, check out these plant kit options.

If a decorative indoor garden is what you're looking for, a terrarium is a great choice. Maybe you want fresh herbs to cook with or have a kitty that loves to eat grass. Grow your own!

Teach kids about plants with one of these fun and affordable plant kits.

Image of AeroGarden 900110-1208 Classic Garden 3-Pod with Gourmet Herb Seed Kit, Black courtesy of Amazon.

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Herb Garden Plant Kits

Plant an Herb Garden - From a Plant Kit

Plant your own Chia herb garden in the terra cotta planters. This kit comes with three growing sponges, six seed packets and plant markers. It's so handy to give a plant kit that contains everything to begin growing plants.

Herb Gardens Make Great Gifts - Plant Gourmet Herbs for Cooking

Grow herbs without dirt! This no-mess plant kit is a great option for the kitchen counter top of even the most picky cook. Isn't this herb planter beautiful?

Terrarium Plant Kits

Terrarium Plant Kit - Strange Plants Make Up This Kit

This fun terrarium contains four kinds of plants that are strange: carnivore plant eats small insects and flies; the South American plant has "eyeballs"; the African plant has flowers that resemble brains; and the space plant reacts to touch by moving its branches and leaves.

For Ages 4 and older.

Plant Kits to Teach About Plant Basics

Dinosaur Plant Kit - Dune Craft Kit for the Classroom

This kit is a great learning tool for the classroom or home schooling. The plants included are called dinosaur plants because they can remain dormant for up to 50 years then come back to life!

This plant kit contains 12 bowls made from corn that are 100% biodegradable and 12 dinosaur plants as well as instructions for the teacher (or parent), magnifying glasses and food coloring tablets.

Teaches kids about:

~ dormant versus active states

~ vascular versus non vascular

~ natural selection and much more

Sid the Science Kid -- How Do Plants Grow? - Teach all about plant basics with Sid

My grandkids love watching Sid the Science kid. This basic plant kit contains three pots and soil pellets, seeds, and a hand shovel. Teach kids how seeds sprout, what makes dirt dirty, and the essentials for plants to grow.

For Ages 3 to 12 years

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Mary, Mary, quite contrary,

How does your garden grow?

With silver bells, and cockle shells,

And pretty maids all in a row.

Old English Nursery Rhyme

Source: Wikipedia

Fairy Garden Plant Kit

Enchanted Fairy Garden - Great Gift Idea for Girls

Little girls will ooh and ahh over the pretty resident fairy, Hannah, who lives in this enchanted fairy garden.

This plant kit contains an 11-inch fairy garden dish; Hannah, the fairy; a tiny fairy house; tulle fabric butterflies; two toadstools; pixie dust and sparkling gems and purple rocks; and paints and paintbrush for decorating the fairy garden just so.

Also includes potting soil and wheatgrass seeds and beans to plant!

For Ages 7 and older

Cat Grass Plant Kit

Grass Garden Kit - Cats love to eat grass!

My cat loves eating grass! And I've read that it helps their digestion.

"...in fact the eating of grass followed by regurgitation is a perfectly natural behavior for all cats."

~ Drew Pilton, author of

The Complete Ragdoll Cat Keepers Handbook

More Garden and Plant Kits for Kitty - Grow Grass for Your Cat

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Great idea for seasonal gardening! I've always wanted to try one of those mini herb gardens. Yum! Yum! Kitty would sure love eating fresh grass in winter.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Okay, how much do I love Sid the Science Kid. :-) My backyard is a concrete jungle, so now you've got me thinking of getting some plant kits to go w/ my window herb garden.

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      Alexandra Douglas 

      6 years ago from Florida

      I like this lens! I need something small to plant seeds for my quail. Feel free to check out my lenses.

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      bossypants 

      6 years ago

      This sounds like my kind of gardening! No heat, no drought. And I really want the fairy garden! :)

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