A Stylish Taste of Urban Agriculture

February 10, 2013 by


With urban gardeners in mind, Portuguese sibling entrepreneurs Miguel and Rita Ramos have combined their respective skills–he in design and she in environmentalism–in the creation of Stufa, an artfully packaged kitchen herb garden kit that one could love for the design alone.


It’s a stylish and friendly taste of urban agriculture on a very mico level intended to get people thinking about growing something of their own.




Stufa includes three bags of certified natural seeds*–Basil, Parsley and Coriander–enough for ten crops each, three reusable wood pot markers, and a visually stunning book with everything a novice kitchen gardener needs to know about planting, harvesting, and even cooking with recipes contributed by a renowned Portuguese chef.


*This product can only be shipped within the European Union. 


  1. Carole said:

    That’s an awful lot of packaging for 3 packets of seeds. How about some stunning seed packets with a spot to swipe or a website.

    — February 11, 2013 @ 21:40

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