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Everything you need to grow microgreens. Just add water! Works in low light. All seeds are non-GMO and most options are Certified Organic.
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Grow a lifetime of harvests with our reusable, high-quality grow trays, designed for use exclusively with patented Hamama Seed Quilts.
Microgreens grown with Hamama products come into contact with coconut, soy, and corn based materials. Hamama products are produced in facilities which process wheat products. If you are allergic to any of these ingredients, please consult your doctor before using Hamama products.
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If you are not satisfied with your growing experience please contact our Grow Coaches in the Help Center we'll do our best to fix the situation! View our Seed Quilt Replacement & Returns Policy here.
With flexible subscription options and beautiful growing accessories, it's easy to grow your own Hamama garden at home.
Cat wheatgrass contains dietary fiber that helps improve digestion and prevent constipation in cats. By offering cat wheatgrass as a treat or supplement to their diet, you can help maintain your cat's digestive health.
Chewing on the fibrous blades of wheatgrass can help clean a cat's teeth and massage their gums, which can help prevent dental issues like gingivitis and tartar buildup. Cat wheatgrass can be a healthy addition to your cat's dental hygiene routine.
Cat wheatgrass is rich in vitamins A, C, and E, as well as iron, calcium, and potassium, which are essential for a cat's overall health and wellbeing. By including cat wheatgrass in their diet, you can provide your cat with these important nutrients and help them maintain optimal health.
It’s easy to grow cat grass at home. All you have to do is add water and plant the organic wheatgrass Seed Quilt. In 10 days you'll have organic cat grass ready to use. Once the grass is fully grown, just place it near your cat's food and they will eat it directly from the tray.
If your question isn’t answered below, feel free to reach out!
Cat grass refers to a variety of grass plants, including wheatgrass and barley grass, that are beneficial to domestic indoor cats.
Cats eat grass because it helps their digestion, gives them some greenery if they are mostly indoor cats, and provides some vitamins and minerals that they crave.
In addition to helping with digestion and providing some nutrition, cat grass also prevents your kitties from destroying the other house plants. The reason cats destroy plants is because they are looking for that greenery to eat. By giving them cat grass, they don't have to seek out other plants.
Not at all! With the HAMAMA grow kit, once you plant your organic wheatgrass Seed Quilt, all you have to do is come back in a week to give the cat grass to your cats.
Yes!!! We've converted thousands of plant killers into plant lovers. Because you don't have to remember to water, there's nothing to mess up.
Totally! Microgreens don't need much light. Just put your kit near a window or in a room with regular ceiling lighting.
No, you're eating up the plant, so there's nothing left to grow! Compost the used Seed Quilt in your green bin and plant a new one.
All seeds are non-GMO, and most options are organic.
Our Seed Quilts are made of materials designed for food and agricultural use. All materials are compostable in your green food and yard waste bin. Materials include coconut fiber, felt, soy wax paper, and seeds.
Our grow tray is recyclable and made from #5 food safe BPA free polypropylene. We also offer a Ceramic tray.
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This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is recommended that you seek advice from your doctor before giving this product to infants or children and from your veterinarian before giving it to pets.