AeroGarden Indoor Herb Garden with Gourmet Seed Kit $99 Shipped ($150 reg)

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grown your own herb garden indoors

If you’re looking for a great Mother’s Day gift idea, or have always wanted to grow your own herb garden, head on over to and check out the discount on this Miracle-Gro AeroGarden 7-Pod Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed Kit. It’s a Lightning Deal which means you’ve only got a few hours to snag it at 33% OFF the regular price. It’s $99.95 ($149.95 reg) with Free Shipping included!

This unit comes with a gourmet herb seed kit, and you can also use it to grow salad greens, lettuce and other plants from your own seeds. You could even use it to grow a Kitty Grass or Catnip Garden! Comes in Black or White to match any kitchen counter or room decor. It’s got 200+ 5-Star Customer Reviews. Check it out:

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  • 20-Inch L x 12.25-Inch W x 15-Inch Minimum Height, Extends to 21-Inch Maximum
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Easy Pet DIY: Grow Your Own Catnip, Pet Grass, Kitty Garden & More

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grow cat grass

Cats love nibbling on greens & grasses, and besides being a tasty treat, it can also be good for their digestion. An affordable and fun project you can do at home is to grow your own catnip or other pet grass. Some varieties are suitable for rabbits, hamsters, birds, reptiles and dogs…just be sure to limit their access to the plants so you can control how much they are munching!

cat grass seeds

The least expensive way to grow your own pet garden is by starting with a pack of seeds. You can pick them up at many pet stores, or buy them online at sites like Amazon, which carries a large assortment of varieties here. Get creative with the planter by using an old mug, handpaint a pot, or make a small wooden window box. An old pet food bowl would be cute, too! Just make sure to add some rocks for drainage or drill some holes.

kitty garden kit

In addition to packets of seeds, there are also a bunch of super cute and fun kits that make for nice gifts and have just about everything you need to start your own pet plant or kitty garden, including the container. You’ll find everything from organic kitty garden kits with oats, wheat, rye and barley, to simpler catnip greenhouse kits like this DuneCraft Sprout ‘n Grow Greenhouse.

self grow pet grass

Browsing around, I spotted this Pet Greens Wheat Grass that grown right in the package…neat idea and looks like something kids would love helping with, too! In addition to being a tasty homegrown pet treat, it also makes a super fun science project!

You can go here to browse more ideas and options for growing a pet garden. Most are between $1-$10 so it’s definitely an affordable DIY pet project to try at home…even if you don’t have much of a green thumb! The fun part is to experiment and get creative.

Have you tried growing your own container garden for your dog, cat or other pet? Let us know how you did it and what they liked the best!

Hang Plants Like Wall Art: Stylish and Pet-Friendly DIY Home Decor Idea

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Make Plant Wall Art

I just spotted this super gorgeous Living Wall Planter kit and had to share it with you. I’m in love with it because it’s not only creative, and really cool, but it’s also a great way to keep certain plants out of the reach of pets.

We don’t have a yard so I love having living plants, flowers and greenery around on the window sills and balcony, but sometimes I’ve had to pass on certain plants I’d love to grow, because they could be poisonous if Daisy got curious and started munching on them. Here’s a list of plants that are poisonous to pets that the ASPCA pet poison control center has put together.

In the past, I’ve bookmarked several DIY Vertical Wall Planter projects, including this one from Home Depot, but never found the time to get all the supplies together and make one.

These DIY planter kits come complete with a moisture mat that distributes water evenly, planter hardware  and even includes a frame to complete the look. You just mount the included bracket on a secure vertical surface, fill the tray with plants and hang—SUPER easy!

Water enters through the top chamber and spreads evenly across the moisture mat, so the plant is hydrated without getting soaked.  Full kits with everything you need are on sale here right now for $59 OFF.

If you miss the sale, or want to make a true DIY project out of it, you can buy just the planter portion of the kit for $29 and then design or re-purpose your own frame or holder.

Pet-Friendly Garden Savings: Printable Coupon for $3 Off Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food and Soil!

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Organic Plant Food


This post brought to you by Whitney Farms. All opinions are 100% mine.

As I’ve mentioned before, I try to use organic and all-natural products whenever possible. They are just healthier to use around pets (and people) and are more environmentally responsible, too. Earth Day is next week so it’s the perfect opportunity to learn more about products that are pet-safe and environmentally-friendly! To help spread the word about their 100% natural  organic plant food and organic soil, Whitney Farms is offering a very high value $3 Off Coupon!

I’m going to use the Whitney Farms® coupon to get some soil to add to the plants on our patio, including my new Key Lime plant that Daisy’s grandpa got me when he was here visiting a few weeks ago. Daisy enjoys hanging out on the patio and often sniffs around in the plants, plus we actually plan on EATING the fruit in Key Lime Pie (YUM!), so it’s important to me that the products I use on and around them are safe and natural!

Daisy on the patio

I’ve also got a pretty hibiscus plant and a couple other big plants that could use some feeding to really get those blooms going, so I’m thinking some organic plant food is in order now that spring has sprung!

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Celebrate Earth Day with some gardening! Go here to print your $3 Off  Whitney Farms coupon good for their 100% natural plant food and organic soil!


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Pick Your Poison: Plant and Food Pet Quizzes from PetSugar

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What plants and foods are poisonous for pets

We all know that flowers are pretty and spice is nice, but do you really know what plants and food items are safe for pets and which might be toxic?

PetSugar has 8 new Pet Poison Pop Quizzes designed to test your knowledge on everything from plants to food and make sure you know which things your pets should not be eating. So pop on over to and see if you can pick your poison!