Beach Hut Planter with Mint Seeds

Posted on April 2nd, 2018

For everyone who likes a stylish kitchen, dabbles in a little kitchen gardening and who enjoys fresh herbs in their cooking this is the perfect gift. You don’t need to live by the sea to appreciate this cute beach hut planter gift set. It has a lovely retro look about it that makes you dream of summer holidays. We think it is the perfect way to brighten up any kitchen windowsill as you nurture your seeds into fresh smelling mint. If this sounds right for you, read on to discover more and find out how you can win one.  


Beach hut planter with mint seeds

The clever box set contains everything you need to start your own mint growing in this cute container. It is really simple to put together yet so satisfying to watch it grow.


Beach hut planter contents


We think it would make a wonderful house warming present or thoughtful birthday present, in fact any occasion where you want something a little different.


Check out our quick video to see just how easy it is to put together and get started.


Use leaves from your freshly grown mint to add flavour to salads and casseroles or drop into a jug of Pimms for summer in the garden.  When you fancy a change you can always try your hand with another herb from seeds, or even transplant a supermarket growing herb into the attractive beach hut container and keep your window ledge smelling fresh and looking stylish.


Need to know

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Soil pellets, mint seed, beach hut with removable top. Pot and detachable drainage tray, rope surround, instructions for planting.


Note: Seeds must be planted within their sell by date. The planter needs to sit in a light and airy position.


Win your Beach Hut Planter with Prezzybox and Coombe Mill

If you would like one of these cute planters to brighten up your kitchen, or know someone for whom it would make a perfect gift, why not enter to win. Simply follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

Beach Hut Planter


We were sent our beach hut planter with mint seeds to create this review. All words, photos and video are my own.