Kobo Candles

Plant The Box Scented Candles

$30$89
Plant The Box Scented Candles
Kobo Candles

Plant The Box Scented Candles

$30$89
4.9 Stars / 20 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+

Glow, then grow.

Sure, these candles give off produce-inspired scents we can’t wait to have wafting through our homes—the kitchen, especially. But the real kicker? They come in biodegradable, seed-infused packaging that lets you grow the plant the candle is based on. (We had to see it sprout to believe it, too.) Just as you might expect, each one is hand-poured from sustainably sourced, clean-burning soy wax with essential oils. If Mother Nature had a favorite candle, it’d have to be this one.

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Bundled Sets

Flower Bouquet Bundle comes with Siam Poppy, Sweet Sunflower, and Heath Lavender.

Herb Garden Bundle comes with Crushed Mint, Somerset Thyme, and Heath Lavender.

Scents

Wild Tomato Vine has notes of tomato leaf, clover, fresh herbs, and leafy greens. (And yes, it lets you grow Brandywine tomatoes.)

Crushed Mint smells like spearmint, peppermint, and peach flower, with a little warmth from cedarwood and oakmoss. The seeds in the box? Garden mint.

Fresh Cut Grass gives off an ever-popular scent with notes of clipped glass, cedar, and baby green bananas. Grow Timothy grass with that box.

Heath Lavender smells of—you guessed it—fresh lavender flowers. Save the box so you can sprout some English lavender yourself.

Siam Poppy is tropical and fragrant, with notes of black and red currant, poppies, and sweet citrus. Plant the box, and you’ll soon have Flanders poppies.

Somerset Thyme has an herby and earthy fragrance with hints of thyme, sage, and lemongrass. It lets you grow garden thyme.

Sweet Sunflower is a floral blend starring melon, lemon, and apple, plus pink jasmine, cyclamen, and lily. Musk and cedarwood add a little warmth. The box sprouts up into a mix of wildflowers, including sunflowers.

Glow, then grow.

Sure, these candles give off produce-inspired scents we can’t wait to have wafting through our homes—the kitchen, especially. But the real kicker? They come in biodegradable, seed-infused packaging that lets you grow the plant the candle is based on. (We had to see it sprout to believe it, too.) Just as you might expect, each one is hand-poured from sustainably sourced, clean-burning soy wax with essential oils. If Mother Nature had a favorite candle, it’d have to be this one.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns
Bundled Sets

Flower Bouquet Bundle comes with Siam Poppy, Sweet Sunflower, and Heath Lavender.

Herb Garden Bundle comes with Crushed Mint, Somerset Thyme, and Heath Lavender.

Scents

Wild Tomato Vine has notes of tomato leaf, clover, fresh herbs, and leafy greens. (And yes, it lets you grow Brandywine tomatoes.)

Crushed Mint smells like spearmint, peppermint, and peach flower, with a little warmth from cedarwood and oakmoss. The seeds in the box? Garden mint.

Fresh Cut Grass gives off an ever-popular scent with notes of clipped glass, cedar, and baby green bananas. Grow Timothy grass with that box.

Heath Lavender smells of—you guessed it—fresh lavender flowers. Save the box so you can sprout some English lavender yourself.

Siam Poppy is tropical and fragrant, with notes of black and red currant, poppies, and sweet citrus. Plant the box, and you’ll soon have Flanders poppies.

Somerset Thyme has an herby and earthy fragrance with hints of thyme, sage, and lemongrass. It lets you grow garden thyme.

Sweet Sunflower is a floral blend starring melon, lemon, and apple, plus pink jasmine, cyclamen, and lily. Musk and cedarwood add a little warmth. The box sprouts up into a mix of wildflowers, including sunflowers.

Meet the Maker

Kobo Candles

SCHUYLERVILLE, NY
KOBO founder Junko Kobori and her husband have always been world travelers, spending years at a time exploring remote areas—then reuniting with friends and family to share their experiences. The one thing their photos didn’t capture? The scents that different places carried. Junko realized that fragrance is often overlooked, so she set out to create a line of home goods to round out our spaces (candles, for starters).
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