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Growbars are easy to grow, exciting seed collections, nestled in fertile coir bars, carefully created and packaged in the UK.

A collection of poetical plants described by the Bard.

  • Columbine Barlow Mix - symbolic of insincerity, it is given by Ophelia when driven to insanity by Hamlet.
  • Marigold - in The Winter's Tale, Shakespeare observes how the vivid orange flower 'goes to bed wi' the sun' and reopens in the morning.
  • Heartsease - In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Oberon creates a love potion using Heartsease.

Growbar is 100% eco-friendly. The card packaging can be widely recycled, the film wrap is made from biodegradable sugar cane, and coir is a sustainable alternative to peat that’s made with coconut fibres.

 

PLEASE NOTE seeds are available for UK orders only. Please be aware that if you order this item to a destination outside of the UK, it will be refunded and not included in your order.

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