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Grow It: Olives Gift Box

Product Description
Which varieties of fruit and veg would you grow if you had the opportunity? Carrots spring to mind - those lovely green tops peeking out of the soil - and potatoes, of course. How about apples and pears? 

Well, perhaps it’s time to add something a little more exotic to the mix…olives!

Conjure up a little patch of the Mediterranean in your garden with this Grow It: Olives Gift Box. The kit contains everything you need to grow your own olives, with seeds, pots, compost and plant markers. And there’s even a booklet with handy tips and hints, to help you in your quest to add a touch of the Mediterranean to your garden.

The kit is a perfect gift for someone who’s looking to start their own kitchen garden, and it’s certainly a change from growing leeks or raspberries! It’s also a thoughtful gift for anyone who loves gardening and wants to try cultivating a more unusual plant. And whilst your green-fingered friend might not be able to recreate those vast groves spotted in Spain, it’s a start! 

The gift box contains:

  • 1 x packet of olive seeds
  • 5 x starter growing pots made from coconut husk
  • 5 x natural coconut husk compost discs, which expand when watered
  • 5 x wooden plant markers
  • Olive-growing tips
Customer Reviews (17)

100% would recommend this to a friend

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Christmas Tree Present
A novel and different idea for a keen gardener.
By Jude from Jude
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Unique gift
This has been bought as a birthday gift which has not happened yet. I'm sure it'll be received greatfully. The speed in which the item was delivered was great! has never let me down.
By Beav from Cheshire
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Mothers day gift
Great gift arrived swiftly and exactly as described. Hope mum will like it.
By Browneyedgirl from Lancashire
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Excellent present
I gave this as a Christmas present as its really unusual. Both recipients loved it.
By Emma5 from Kent
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good product was enjoyed by recipient
By jean124 from somerset
/ 5
Something Different
We love gardening and thought this was something a bit different.
By Andy95 from Manchester
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