Home Harvest Debut Subscription Box Review & Coupon | February 2018

Home Harvest is a box of gardening supplies, seeds, and advice that are sent to your door each month. Not a Tree Reviews was sent this box for review purposes. Each month is curated around a theme, February’s theme was “It’s Tea-O’Clock (somewhere)”.The little card pictured above came in a pack of three in the box and are embedded with plant-able wildflower seeds so you can pass them to your friends who may be interested in this subscription. Subscriptions are $45 monthly with free shipping.

This is everything that I received in my Tea Box.

We got this adorable windowsill herb garden pot set, by eco-forms made from biodegradable rice hull material. These pots cans be used inside or outside for any of your small plants.

These organic starter pellets are perfect for starting our tea seeds.

Next up we have our 3 seed packets for our tea we got 10 mint seeds, 10 Chamomile, and 10 lemon balm.The instructions explain exactly how to germinate, and care for each seed. They also include a few tea recipes which is perfect for me since I’m just getting into drinking tea.

Wow! Just look at this adorable little shovel, its approximately an inch and a half long and the cutest gardening tool that I have ever seen. I do believe it could work with this set-up too because everything seems to be on a smaller scale for doing it in our house.

I was happy to unwrap this pretty red mug because I seem to crack all of mine. But what would a box to make tea be without a tea cup or mug? The next photo reveals this boxes real staple…

…A tea steeper! This is a must! I like how they attach to the side of my mug and work very well to keep all the loose tea inside. I have never done this with fresh tea before so I am so excited to try this out.

Lotus Tea biscuits where have you been my whole life? I am a huge fan of simple plain cookies like Lorna Doone shortbread and similar types. This was the first time I have ever had these and they are so delicious. A lot like graham crackers but not, I don’t know how to explain the taste except good. I really like these a lot they are on my shopping list and hopefully not something I wont be able to find.

Nicole’s Notes:

This box is GREAT especially if you have children its a perfect super fun learning box where they can grow their own food/drink in the winter (in my case). In my opinion this box was above and beyond the things needed to grow the plants, we got lovely little extras like the cookies and flower bomb cards. This really is a great environmentally conscious box. If you are interested you can click the link below and add the promo code : WELCOME to get 10% off your first box.

Home Harvest Box

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