Most of us live in urban apartments and do not have access to any outdoor space, implying that it is tough to stay connected with nature and indulge in practices like gardening. However, indoor gardening has become a suitable alternative to horticulture in urban settlements to help cultivate veggies inside your house.
We have covered numerous indoor gardens such as the MULTO indoor farm, which is a self-sustaining kitchen garden that lets you grow up to 60 indoor plants inside your home. However, Veggroom’s Verda Garden is giving MULTO strong competition.
Being touted as the most modular indoor garden, Verda Garden is an automatic indoor hydroponic garden kit that is made to fit anywhere, even in the smallest of rooms. The garden system sits on a mobile table with wheels to move anywhere in your home. It can also stand alone or easily fit inside your existing furniture.
The company states,
Verda Garden system grows food 40 percent faster than other conventional growing methods. The full spectrum LED grow light mimics natural sunlight to provide optimal growing conditions no matter the time of year. The system’s quiet air pump also provides plenty of oxygen for vegetables to grow larger than traditional gardening methods.
The modular indoor garden is vertically stackable and can even be expanded sideways. Designed to fit any shelf, it can easily sit on top of furniture and also serve as stylish home décor. You can even remove the pillars of the garden unit and attach the light system to the bottom of the shelf.
It is a low-maintenance garden system that requires you to only add water every two weeks. Currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter, Veggroom’s Verda Garden is available for an early bird price at $158.
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