Buzzy #Flower Grow Kit

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Buzzy #Flower Grow Kit

There appears to be more and more ways for people to participate in growing plants so matter where they live. If they have the desire, there is a way. I found another product designed to facilitate this. Like the TaterPot I also found this product at Walmart.

Buzzy produces a line of products for starting plants. All of their products are 100% natural and non-GMO. Once the plants are started you transplant them to a larger pot or outside directly into your garden.

This product is not your typical plant starter kit. Here is one I purchased to start Sunflowers & Coneflower.

Buzzy Grow Kit

 

Open the kit and you find the little pots, dehydrated growing medium, seed packets and the directions.

Buzzy Kit Includes

 

Buzzy Kit Directions

 

Once you have planted the seeds in the little pots you place them back into the original packaging, fold it back up and it becomes a little greenhouse. Very ingenious, at least I think so. The little greenhouse is recyclable.

Buzzy Kit Greenhouse

I will start these seeds and let you know how well this kit actually works.

Have you used plant starter kits like this? 

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  1. That's cool how the packaging serves multiple purposes. We are getting ready to plant seeds soon too.

    • Cheryl says:

      I love the innovative packaging too.

  2. It's so cool how they've made it SO easy for folks to do home gardening now. Even if you live in a limited space, these small kits can work! Thx for sharing, Cheryl.

    • Cheryl says:

      Exactly! Works almost anywhere.

  3. JeriWB says:

    I've only done a plant starter kit once (unless you count Chia stuff, I've done a few of those). Now I just toss some variety of seeds out in the two corners of my backyard and see what grows.

    • Cheryl says:

      I love it! Throw it against the wall and see what sticks kinda logic. 🙂

  4. yearwoodcom says:

    Oh, that looks so cool and what a great time of year to try it out. I think I might like that kit for my office.

    • Cheryl says:

      It has a very small foot print for sure.

  5. Susan Cooper says:

    That is a really clever idea. People that live in the colder climates can actually get their gardens started in these indoor mini greenhouses while the ground outside is still frozen and snow covered.

  6. becc03 says:

    Oh wow, maybe even I could do it!!

  7. Dan Meyers says:

    Oh wow, that's pretty cool. My next house needs to have a big enough yard so I can have a garden.