Sprouting Spud Like Pots

Meet Slim & Shorty

There’s a lot of personality in these little pots. We call them “taterpots”, cute potato shaped pots with friendly faces and funny little feet. Two styles are available – one tall (“slim”), one stout (“shorty”) – both grow one of three tasty herbs – oregano, basil or mint. They are sold in assorted case packs of twelve per style with four each of the three herbs. Made in Japan, the Taterpot Slim stands 2 7/8” tall and is 2 1/2” in diameter. Shorty is 3” in diameter and 2.25” tall. Inside are seeds and a peat puck. Taterpots easily grow on any windowsill and can be transplanted after 4 to 8 weeks, or snipped for garnishing and cooking. Afterwards the taterpot can be used as an ornamental pot or replanted to grow again.
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