This post brought to you by Gro-ables. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I said, “Gro-ables made planting easy” I meant it. In fact these new pods from Gro-ables are so simple to plant and grow even a pre-schooler can do it. I thought they would help turn my black thumb green but who would have known they would be super easy for a child.
When I showed them to our 4 year old Jude he was ecstatic to try them out. He couldn’t wait to get his hands in the dirt and help with the planting. But even more he couldn’t wait to see what these little pods would do.
Do you want to know why we are so excited about Gro-ables?
Well I’ll tell you
- These awesome little Gro-ables come in a variety of herbs and vegetables, like tomatoes, spinach and cilantro to name just a few. Gro-ables are perfect for growing edibles even on your own kitchen table or counter.
- Gro-ables are extremely affordable at only $1.29 to $1.49 per pod.
- They are guaranteed to grow when used as directed.
- Gro-ables totally take the guess work out of gardening.
Look how easy planting cilanto with Gro-able is. For more information on Cilantro and all of the other herbs check out Sprout It . This website is full of ideas, tips and information!
Jude, our 4 year old, added the soil to the container.
We removed the paper seal from the top. Jude pressed the Groable into the soil.
We decided to cover ours with dirt because we wanted a finished look to our containers. However the directions stated we did not have to cover with soil.
Lastly, Jude watered both containers.
And that’s it.
I know, you thought I was going to go on and on with multiple steps.
Nope…. It literally took us less than 3 minutes. It couldn’t be more simple!
So, are you curious to know if anything actually grew?
We had a big surprise when we came back from Spring Break.
Within one week our cilantro is growing!!!
I can’t wait to be able to cook with it.
I can’t wait to cook the Cilantro Shrimp Pasta and share it with you when the cilantro is ready.
I want to know have you tried growing with Groables? What did you grow? Did you cook anything with your Gro-ables yet?
Ruth White says
Fun stuff . . need to try