Wonder Soil Classroom Gardening Kit

Item: 152572

$ 24.95
Item #:  152572
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Neat And Complete, Perfect For Science!!

Just pop the Wonder Soil wafers into the pots, add water and stir. The neat little wafers expand to become exactly the right amount of soil for planting seeds. In addition to being less messy than potting soil, Wonder Soil promotes quick growth of plants. And the all-natural pot makes re-potting the plant simple!

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Product Information
  • 30 coir pots and Wonder Soil wafers with Marigold seeds
  • Seeds may vary.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

4.5 Star
4.5 (based on 7 reviews)


Easy To Use (5)
Fun (3)
Good Value (3)


Flimsy (3)

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Classroom (4)
School Activities (3)
Young Children (4)
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Reviewed by 7 Customers
5 Stars

Best to plant right away

We planted flower seeds in the pots for Mother's Day. I loved the no fuss little dirt disc. The dirt dries out fast and needs frequent watering. The pots do not hold the water, but if they are planted right away in the ground, this problem can be eliminated. I would purchase them again.
By Teacher C from , CA
5 Stars

Loved it!

Bought this for my kindergarten class. Very easy to use. No mess, simple instructions. Had sprouts within the week. Definitely will buy again.
By from , VA
4 Stars

Good product

great product, easy to use, kids and teachers love them. Only issue is they leak water. My classrooms put them in plastic cups otherwise you get water every where.
By from , IL
5 Stars

Students loved seeing the seeds grow.
By freckles from , DC
2 Stars

Ok product

The students love the gardening kit but the problem is the cups leak when ever you put water in them. We had to get plastic cups to use because these leaked all over. It was pretty messy and dissappointing that the person that made these did not consider that the cup are very thin and a paper like material which does not hold water.
By from , IL