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Farmhouse garden - rabbit with watercress

Radis et Capucine Radis et Capucine

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Two champions of speed; the rabbit when it's running through the fields and the watercress when it's growing - there is no faster plant. This original planting kit from Radis et Capucine with its painted earthenware planter and seeds is the logical way to bring the two together.

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6,95 €

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Once you start growing cress seeds in your terracotta rabbit planter you'll be surprised at how quickly they grow. In just three days the first white sprouts are already visible and in another three days the leafy shoot has appeared. After that, they grow at a high rate each day and before long you'll find that you have to cut them back to limit growth. Simply sow a few more when required for a fresh new batch of watercress. Grow your own watercress for culinary use, or choose this cute rabbit to illustrate the wonders of nature to a child. They'll be fascinated when the rabbit grows 'fur'.

Composition:
- 1 terracotta rabbit, medium size 11.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm.
- 1 disc of coconut fibre earth to rehydrate, 60 mm in diameter
- 1 bag of Watercress seeds to sow
- 1 colour printed sleeve.

Our advice: Watercress is a versatile cookery plant. Cut the stems as they grow and add them to salads or mixed vegetables. Watercress has a fairly strong but very pleasant peppery taste.
Brand: Radis et Capucine
Difficulty: Débutant
Synonyme Cresson alénois
Family: Aromatique
Plant color: Verte
Height: 60-80 cm
Kind of plant Annuellle
Exposure: Soleil / Mi-ombre
Germination: 2 à 4 jours
Sowing period: Toute l'année en intérieur
Replanter Inutile
Flowering period: Juin
Perfume: Non parfumé
Harvest Toute l'année à l'intérieur

DIY Garden, cooking and kchildren

You want to grow aromatic herbs or tomato on your balcony but don't really know where to start ?
Radis et Capucine have been making for more than 15 years growing pots and gardening kits for the whole family.

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