Plant Capsules

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Plantui Plant Capsules come from now on with their hats on!  http://plantui.com/hat-trick/

Plantui Plant Capsules come from now on with their hats on! http://plantui.com/hat-trick/

Growing facts: Plantui Viola - Germination time 7-9 days - Growing very slow in the first 2 week. Height only 1-2 cm. - Add first Height Block™ in 2-2,5 weeks after the planting - The approximate height 3-4 cm in 4 weeks after the planting - First flowers in 5-6 weeks after the planting  NOTE: The Plantui Violas produce more flowers if you harvest them! New flowers appear soon after harvesting the old flowers.

Growing facts: Plantui Viola - Germination time 7-9 days - Growing very slow in the first 2 week. Height only 1-2 cm. - Add first Height Block™ in 2-2,5 weeks after the planting - The approximate height 3-4 cm in 4 weeks after the planting - First flowers in 5-6 weeks after the planting NOTE: The Plantui Violas produce more flowers if you harvest them! New flowers appear soon after harvesting the old flowers.

Intense #herbs, delicious #salad #greens and edible #flowers #Plantui

Intense #herbs, delicious #salad #greens and edible #flowers #Plantui

Sweet Blond grows fast, so you’ll always have something nice to garnish your cold and warm salads with. Put it in sandwiches too for some cheerful crunch and sprinkle it on pizza or savory pies. #salad with #Plantui

Sweet Blond grows fast, so you’ll always have something nice to garnish your cold and warm salads with. Put it in sandwiches too for some cheerful crunch and sprinkle it on pizza or savory pies. #salad with #Plantui

Remember the green plastic thingy that comes with your sushi? It’s called ‘baran’ and it serves both as a garnish and a divider between your futomakis and kappamakis. Now it’s time to grow your own: #Shiso leaves are the real thing. Besides, they taste much better than corrugated plastic. #herb

Remember the green plastic thingy that comes with your sushi? It’s called ‘baran’ and it serves both as a garnish and a divider between your futomakis and kappamakis. Now it’s time to grow your own: #Shiso leaves are the real thing. Besides, they taste much better than corrugated plastic. #herb

Viola White - The violet flowers with their mild, sweet flavor can also be used to garnish salads, desserts and cakes. The young leaves can be added to salads. You might also like to make decorative ice cubes with a violet bloom inside – a festive touch for a summer wedding, perhaps? Or try to make candied or crystallized violets?

Viola White - The violet flowers with their mild, sweet flavor can also be used to garnish salads, desserts and cakes. The young leaves can be added to salads. You might also like to make decorative ice cubes with a violet bloom inside – a festive touch for a summer wedding, perhaps? Or try to make candied or crystallized violets?

Sage - The fresh leaves of sage have a spicy, deep and strong flavour which in a way tames the fatty taste of pork, bacon and sausages. You could also spice up your salmon steaks with sage and lime or add some leaves to pea soups or cabbage stews. Sage is very popular in Italian cooking. Try frying sage quickly in butter and add to risotto or spaghetti. Or how about deep-frying sage leaves like fish and chips?

Sage - The fresh leaves of sage have a spicy, deep and strong flavour which in a way tames the fatty taste of pork, bacon and sausages. You could also spice up your salmon steaks with sage and lime or add some leaves to pea soups or cabbage stews. Sage is very popular in Italian cooking. Try frying sage quickly in butter and add to risotto or spaghetti. Or how about deep-frying sage leaves like fish and chips?

Chervil complements nicely the fine flavours of mushrooms and cooked vegetables, especially new potatoes and asparagus. You can also use it to season fish and other seafood, chicken, and eggs and rice dishes. Thanks to its subtle taste, you could try using chervil to garnish desserts like fruit salads or compotes.

Chervil complements nicely the fine flavours of mushrooms and cooked vegetables, especially new potatoes and asparagus. You can also use it to season fish and other seafood, chicken, and eggs and rice dishes. Thanks to its subtle taste, you could try using chervil to garnish desserts like fruit salads or compotes.

Viola Lemon Blueberry - The freshly picked flowers with their mild, sweet flavor can be used to garnish salads, desserts and cakes. The young leaves can be added to salads. You might also like to make decorative ice cubes with a violet bloom inside – a festive touch for a summer wedding, perhaps? Or try to make candied violets?

Viola Lemon Blueberry - The freshly picked flowers with their mild, sweet flavor can be used to garnish salads, desserts and cakes. The young leaves can be added to salads. You might also like to make decorative ice cubes with a violet bloom inside – a festive touch for a summer wedding, perhaps? Or try to make candied violets?

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