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Lambs Lettuce
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Grow Your Own Veg

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Grow your vegetables at home using The Stem Grow Your Own Vegetable Kit. Each box comes with seeds to grow five different veggies: kale, spinach, tomato, chilli and lamb's lettuce.

The kit is plastic and peat-free and contains everything you need to get growing, including coir pots, coir disks and a step-by-step growing guide. These can be grown indoors year-round.

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Follow the step-by-step Grow Kit Guide included in the kit. After sewing seeds into coir disks, water regularly and place on a warm and sunny windowsill.

Plant Care Tips

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Water me regularly, and keep my soil damp.

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Put me in a sunny spot.

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Repot me in to a larger pot once I've grown.

Grow Your Own

Kale

Kale, scientific name Brassica oleracea, is a type of cabbage that has been cultivated for food for over 4,000 years. Although native to the eastern part of the Mediterranean, kale grows well in the cooler climates of the UK and is famed for being one of the most nutritionally dense plants on the planet. Kale can be eaten raw or cooked. Chop it up and pop it in the oven along with a drizzle of olive oil and salt for a crispy, salty snack.

Spinach

Spinach, scientifically named Spinacia oleracea, is a leafy green flowering plant that originated in Persia over 2000 years ago. Its popularity in Britain dates back to the 14th-century because of its ability to grow in early spring when other vegetables weren't readily available. Appearing in the first known English cookbook spinach is famed for being rich in iron and can be enjoyed raw or cooked.

Tomato

Tomato, scientifically named Solanum lycopersicum, is an edible berry that originates from western South America and Central America. Its cultivation as food dates back to the indigenous people of Mexico in 500 BC, who readily used this umami-rich ingredient in their cooking. Although tomatoes are technically a fruit, there considered a 'culinary vegetable' because of their relatively low sugar content. Added raw to a salad, stewed in a curry or puréed as a pizza base, the tomato is grown and enjoyed around the world, in many diverse ways.

Chilli

Chilli Pepper is a type of berry belonging to the fruit family, capsicum. Originating in Mexico, the Chilli has been cultivated for over 6,000 years and is now a popular food in most corners of the world. The heat experienced when eating chilli is from the compound capsaicin, produced by the plant as a defence against predators. Chillies can be enjoyed raw, cooked or dried and will add a spicy hit to your favourite dishes.

Lamb's Lettuce

Lamb's lettuce is a small edible plant that grows naturally in Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. Its other common name, corn salad refers to the fact that it's often found growing as a weed in cornfields. Initially foraged, lambs lettuce has been part of the British diet since 1500, grown commercial in London since the late 18th century. Packed full of nutrients such as vitamin C, Lamb's lettuce can be used to add a subtle, nutty flavour to your favourite salad.

What's included

Grow Kit Guide, Seed packets x 5, Coir pots x 5, Coir disks x 5, Wooden markers x 5, Pencil x 1

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