Offers New Seed Varieties for Back to School; Homeschool Teachers Get $5 Off Each Pack

Share Article offers herb gardens for a great botanical school year kick off. Start growing these flowering kits on the windowsill, then use your success for a cooking lesson.

"What better way to start off the school year..." celebrates another new school year by offering homeschool parents another great discount on our website and a fresh new variety of seeds. Using unlimited code BTS2013, customers will receive $5 off the purchase price of our pk 12 flower party favors with herb varieties. "What better way to start off the school year - a creative botanical lesson that gives a great crop of herbs that the kids can use for cooking at home ...." says Deb House, founder of The flowering herb pots can be used to compliment a homeschool science lesson. Children can decorate the pots, plant the fresh seeds, and watch the project grow. has carefully selected kid friendly varieties of seeds which grow quickly to keep the success rate high.

August is the perfect time to gear up for the fall and prep an exciting botanical science lesson. Whatever the grade in school, there is always something to learn from growing seeds. These kits are fun and easy to use. Kids will love this 'hands on' experience as well as a project that can be personalized. Eventually the kids can transfer the growing herbs into a larger pot for indoor growing. A sunny window will do. Also, the project is Earth friendly - the pot is made of bamboo and will break down naturally in a landfill. knows that creativity is invaluable when it comes to teaching. These herb kits are a unique way to keep the creativity flowing in the classroom while teaching valuable lessons about the science of plants.

About was started by a "work at home" mom with many hats - mother of 2, softball coach, girl scout leader, PTA member - she had an idea she hadn't seen before. offers an environmentally friendly party favor kit that's packed 12 and comes with pots, fresh seeds, potting material and a carry bag...perfect.

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