Grow and Share Produce With Pod Indoor Garden

November 23, 2012 by

Perfect for small urban kitchen gardens or those with limited outdoor space, Pod is a fogponic indoor gardening system for cultivating herbs and vegetables.

Similar to hydroponic gardening, the fogponic “plug-and-play” growing system automatically distributes nutrients and water as a fog or mist rather than liquid, rendering Pod easy to clean and maintain.

Bonus: it’s modular design also promotes cultivating community by sharing and exchanging produce with others.

Pod from Greenfingers on Vimeo.

Pod was created as a collaborative student project by industrial designers Casey LinAdam Ben-Dror, Robert Skene, Nick Johnston at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Via Yanko Design.



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    What a beautifully elegant little system. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone had systems like this in their home, producing their own food all year round? Maybe one day…

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    where do we order?

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