Everyone agrees we should be eating more plant-based products. There’s very little dispute over this but if you’ve been to a grocery store recently you know that fruit and veg are pretty expensive now.
That’s a posh way of saying, a garden in box that’s easy to work in a small space inside your home.
You buy the Gardyn. You add the seedpods.
Then you wait, while an app monitors the Gardyn to tell you if it needs watering, feeding, etc.
Once the waiting’s done, you harvest your own fruit at home!
Gardyn got it right! I love my Gardyn and the company so much I purchased a second unit! Being able to grow my own food (especially during these crazy times) is important to me and the freshness and taste is unmatched. With Kelby’s (Artificial Intelligence) guidance I have went from an overwhelmed serial plant killer to a confident and relaxed Gardyner. I appreciate the variety of seeds the company offers and love that they have “blank” pods to allow users to experiment with their own seeds. As if this hydroponic unit isn’t already gorgeous when filled with greens, it doubles as show stopping home decor- especially when you have flowers blooming! If stellar customer service is your thing- they have that too!
Leah, Actual Customer
Now, it’s not free.
You buy the Gardyn, you buy the seeds, and you pay a monthly fee for the app.
But it’s much better than the supermarket and you can bet your kids would rather eat what you grew at home rather than store bought fruit and veg.
If you like the idea of growing your own food at home you might want to look at our picks for the best greenhouse kits. If you’ve got a bit of outdoor space and everyone should read our introduction to market gardening, to see if their green fingers can lead to profits!
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