Very Very VeggiePOPS! – Seed Starter for Kids of All Ages
Do you know what looks like a lollipop but will grow a vegetable? It’s our revolutionary new kid’s gardening product, Very Very VeggiePOPS! Watch our Movie:
Vimeo VeggiePOPS! Movie
Here at Bloomers!, we want to change kids’ perceptions of food and found that the best way to do it is to make gardening a game. Our brightly colored VeggiePOPS! instantly motivate kids to plant a seed in the easiest way possible. Just plant it in soil, water, and grow your favorite vegetable.
We’ve learned that kids who grow vegetables, eat them! We’ve tested thousands of kids and, 96% ate their vegetables! From peas, to tomatoes to red sails lettuce (yep, that’s the purple “fancy” lettuce) ALL EATEN!
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Each individual Very Very VeggiePOPS! contains 2-4 non-GMO (genetically modified organism) vegetable seeds and compressed worm castings ‘worm poop’ made by Wonder Soil®, to fertilize the seeds. The outside shell is made of our secret formula that helps hold moisture to benefit your sprouts. VeggiePOPS! are made of non-toxic materials. For best results use seeds within one year of purchase. Not to be ingested – they taste better after they have grown! Ages 3 and up.
More flavors coming soon!
Planting Instructions For All VeggiePOPS!
(Note: make sure you check your growing zone through the link below to make sure you’re planting it at the right time of year!)
1. Take cellophane and leaf sticker off VeggiePOP!
2. Put upside down in soil with top third of VeggiePOP! showing above the soil.
3. Water liberally on top of the VeggiePOP! until it “pops” open. (You may have to help a little by squeezing the VeggiePOP!
4. Water everyday and the seeds should sprout within 5 – 14 days depending on the vegetable.
Before planting your VeggiePOPS!, find which planting zone you live in by following the ZONE instructions below.
Planting Zone Instructions
To find which USDA Hardiness Zone you live in, click the link to the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. It is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location during a specific time of the year.
FIRST Step: click on the following link to find your Hardiness Zone:http://www.thevegetablegarden.info/usda-hardiness-zones
SECOND Step: type in your ZIP Code to locate the hardiness zone for your area
THIRD Step: click on the appropriate link below for detailed planting instructions by vegetable and best time to plant.
ZONES 1-2 click here
ZONES 3-4 click here
ZONES 5-6 click here
ZONES 7-8 click here
ZONES 9-10 click here
Click HERE for kid friendly VeggiePOPS! vegetable recipes, history of each vegetable and nutritional benefits.