Self-Watering Tomato Planter

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Retail Price: $29.99


Member Price: $21.95 (Save 27%)

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Why You’ll Love It

Now you can have succulent, organic cherry tomatoes all year-round with Back to the Roots Self-Watering Tomato Planter. With this urban gardening tool, it’s easy to grow your own healthy and delicious cherry tomatoes in your very own home. It’s all thanks to olla technology—microporous clay pots that, when buried in soil, automatically release water only when needed. All you have to do is top off your planter with some H20 once a week. Each planter kit comes with a 64-ounce mason jar filled with organic, nutrient-rich soil, a mini clay pot, two organic fertilizer spikes, and, of course, organic cherry tomato seeds. It’s the perfect growing project for the whole family, too.
SKU: 853036006320

About This Brand

Back to the Roots produces specialty home growing kits, including a fish tank that grows human food and a mushroom kit using coffee grounds.
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Ingredients

64 oz. glass mason jar filled with organic moisture-balancing biochar and organic nurtrient-rich soil—both tested for efficient plant growth

Miniature clay olla pot designed to maximize self-watering capacity while still giving your plant enough room to grow and thrive

(2) organic fertilizer spikes – easy to apply and nutrient rich, they give your plant the perfect boost to grow the juiciest tomatoes

Organic cherry tomato seeds


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