Connect to the cosmos by growing a flower inspire by your zodiac sign. Each zodiac sign is aligned with an element – Water, Fire, Air and Earth. As you unfold the box, you’ll discover the meaning behind your elemental garden. The box packaging can be refolded into an origami star pot for planting.
AIR SIGNS: Aquarius, Gemini, Libra
Air signs are the free spirits of the cosmos. You’re aspirational and wildly social making you the center of attention at gatherings. You should garden in the same spirit with show stopping blooms that inspire you. The garden is your canvas, color it freely.
An age-old classic, Snapdragon flowers represent grace and good energy. These sophisticated blooms are a work of art painted by nature’s steady hand.
EARTH SIGNS: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn
Earth signs are practical yet patient. You’re driven and timely; sowing seeds for summer and patiently waiting for autumn blooms to admire your hard work. In the garden you enjoy linear approaches; experiment with subtle, delicate flowers and wild grasses.
Marigold flowers represent internal light and are commonly associated with the sun. Their golden blooms act as a daily reminder for optimism and warmth.
FIRE SIGNS: Aries, Leo, Sagittarius
Fire signs are passionate and inspired individuals. You're in tune with your imaginative side and a nomad at heart; ready for adventure at every turn. You're an all-in gardener seeking out bold blooms that make you stop and stare in awe. Keep it wild.
Amaranthus flowers represent immortality and prosperity. These flamelike blooms don’t die when cut—a reminder that your inner fire won’t ever burn out.
WATER SIGNS: Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio
Driven by heart, water signs use their emotions as their compass in life. You’re sensitive and warm hearted making you a source of light for your inner circle. You garden from within, combining soft floral hues with grasses that sing in the wind.
Poppy flowers represent inner peace and resilience. These friendly blooms can grow in the wildest locations—a reminder that new growth is never too far away.
Meet the Maker:
We got our start by being really into eating (who’s not?). The fresh, homegrown herbs that we desired were not supported by our yard-less home and busy lifestyle. Determined to find a solution, we turned to our windowsills and put pen to paper. By making our own hydroponic system that hadn’t yet existed in a seamless, beautiful and accessible way, we grew foolproof plants and even maintained our self-esteem (after a few tries). - Sarah & Nick
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