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SOIL BLOCKER SET

Get everything you need to start making your own soil blocks! This kit includes: the Mini 4 Soil Blocker, the Micro 20 Soil Blocker, and Cubic Inserts for the Mini 4 Soil Blocker. These eco-friendly tools will help you achieve a high rate of germination and easy blooming Visit our website to see how it works!

#9064 $62.95 $58.95

SPROUTS, SHOOTS & MICROGREENS

Learn how to grow (and consume) sprouts, shoots, and microgreens at home without using expensive or complicated equipment. All you need is tap water and a glass jar, and you’re ready to go! Sprouts, Shoots, & Microgreens also teaches how to make delicious meals with your harvest.

#8719 $17.99 $16.99

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THE ELDERBERRY BOOK

Spanning history and geography, The Elderberry Book takes you on an adventure, deepening your appreciation of a plant that has played a crucial role across the world for thousands of years. Through this fun, inspirational, and educational resource, you’ll discover traditional food and medicine preparations, wine making techniques, and more!

#9811 $24.99 $22.99

GROW A LITTLE FRUIT TREE

Grow your own apples, figs, plums, cherries, pears, apricots, and peaches in even the smallest backyard! Expert pruner Ann Ralph reveals

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