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Remember when Bloomscape launched an herb collection back in April that sold out within hours of going live? Well, the online plant shop is at it again and determined to save you even more time (and money) at the grocery store with brand new inclusions to their delicious Edible Garden Collection. So now, in addition to everyday essential herbs, you can also shop kale, peppers, lavender, micro tomatoes, chamomile, and more. And just like their popular indoor plants, the high-quality herbs and vegetables are delivered directly to your doorstep pre-potted and partially grown — so all you need to do is just unbox them, pop them on your kitchen windowsill and you’re ready to dress up your meals with a burst of fresh, homegrown flavors!

And if salads are a mealtime staple at your house, you might consider bringing home the small pots of Kale Storm, Mint, Sweet Pepper Bite Red, and Micro Tomato plants ($35 each) that will soon yield delicious, fresh produce. While you’re at it, don’t forget to add the Hot Pepper Adobo plant ( also $35) to your cart as well. Although it’s small, the plant produces a special hybrid pepper that can be used to spice up dishes like chilis, sauces, salsas, or even hot sauces. Each of these plants come in a sleek, stylish pot in a range of color options, including stone, charcoal, clay, and indigo.

Plus, you can also shop the herb collection that’s finally back in stock and sold in a themed trio of small terracotta pots for $65: the Savory Herbs collection (basil, parsley, and oregano) perfect for creating sauces and seasonings; Aromatic Herbs (sage, thyme, and rosemary) ideal for when you’re prepping meat and poultry dishes; and Spicy Herbs (cilantro, chives, and oregano) for exploring international cuisines. Keep in mind that while the herb and vegetable plants are toxin-free and relatively easy to grow, they also do require ample sunlight. So as long as you have a sunny spot in your home or a small grow light, your windowsill garden will flourish.

And if your green thumb needs a little extra help, take a second to browse through the center’s recently launched Plant Care Guide for tips on how to keep your indoor garden thriving!

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