COMPLETE GARDENING KITS
vegetaBALES is the first complete outdoor gardening kit that includes everything needed to grow a variety of vegetables anywhere the sun shines including your lawn, deck, balcony, or driveway. Eliminate the hassles of planning and maintaining a traditional garden plot!
vegetaBALES requires no weeding, minimal time, and creates an instant raised growing area. Each kit is made from a recycled agricultural byproduct and is 100% compostable.
vegetaBALES is a proud offering of The Pfisterer Farm and just one of our many approaches to sustainable and regenerative farming practices.
A shake of fertilizer and a sprinkle of water is all it takes to create a nutrient rich vegetaBALES
garden ready for growing!
No tools required, simply cover your growing area with the included triple mix soil and scatter your seeds!
A light watering daily is all that's needed thanks to the great water retention of vegetaBALES.
Bask in your bounty as you enjoy delicious fresh, home grown veggies all season long!
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LOCALLY SOURCED, ZERO WASTE.
We believe in supporting local and sharing success which is why we strive to source all of our kit elements from both local and small businesses.
We also believe in being waste conscious so vegetaBALES includes exactly what you need to grow, including the seeds! Our packaging is eco-friendly and only what's requires - no plastic bags or excess paper. Everything is recyclable, or compostable, or reusable! Our single page easy to read instructions will have you up and running in no time.
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No Annual Upkeep
Extends Growing Season
Raised Garden Beds
In Ground Plots
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No Tilling & Digging
No Annual Storage
WINDOW HERB KIT INSTRUCTIONS
Remove seeds from kit and turn peat pod "hole" side up in the bag.
Add a an ounce of water at a time to the bag. Seal to prevent spilling and leave it for a few minutes.
Watch your peat pod expand! Pour out any excess water and ensure the peat pod is standing up in the bag.
Gently push open the peat pod and drop the basil seeds in. Don't push them down too far!
Cover them up gently with the surrounding peat.
Leave a small part of the zip top open and place in a warm spot (ex. top of fridge) for a few days.
Once you see "green" move to the window sill. You can add water if the peat looks dry.
Once the the second set of leave (or true leaves) have formed you can pull down the sides of the bag.
Transplant to a pot of potting mix and keep in your sill or move outside.