Ogarden Indoor Farm

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2017 has been a great year for those who like to grow their own herbs and vegetables indoors. Ogarden Indoor Farm also adds creative design to the mix, providing an elegant solution to grow ingredients for homemade food. Designed by Quebec-based Ogarden, this system puts an emphasis on organic and clean farming. The large sphere offers plenty of space for up to 100 herbs and vegetables. The rotating motion ensures that the plants grow stronger compared to the classic method, while the central light guarantees there’s plenty of food to go around.

Fast and practical, this indoor farm produces from two to four vegetables per day, with minimal maintenance needed. Users only have to water the farm twice a week and monitor the progress before harvesting the organic plants and transforming them into delicious dishes. The brand currently offers around 30 organic seeds, including basil and oregano as well as Chinese cabbage or kale. You can find the indoor farm on the brand’s official website, at a price of around $1,400. And if you’re a bit strapped for cash at the moment, the company also offers a monthly payment plan option. Photographs ©Ogarden.

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