If you have a sunny window in your kitchen, this upcoming product might be for you. I like the idea to grow fresh vegetables and herbs all year round. For most of us, it means to do it inside. That’s where Windowfarms can help you. Brita Riley, a Brooklyn resident, founded Windowfarms in 2008. She wants to bring the system to a new level with this prototype. And to do it, she needs the help of potential customers.
In short, Windowfarm is a vertical hydroponic garden system designed to grow food in your windows. Each four-pod Windowfarm measures four feet in height. You can hang it from a hook above the window, or let it sit on the floor or a shelf by your window. I like the effect of a multi-column vegetable gardens.
What Can You Do?
Windowfarms will ship to the United States and Canada.
+ Order (pledge) your Windowfarms on Kickstarter Special introductory prize $99 USD for one-column