Kitchen Nano Garden Serves Excellent Way To Grow Your Own Vegetables

Nothing can be as frustrating as loitering and searching for fresh vegetables from the market. These days, more and more people aspire to grow fresh vegetables and fruits right in their garden. As parents and communities bestow more consideration to safe food for their kids, the local food campaign is earning immense popularity. Perhaps, most people try to protect the surroundings by reducing energy-consumption associated with foodstuff distribution from faraway farmers. Although the desire to grow fresh vegetables at home seems to be growing among more people, the shortage of enough garden space or no garden space at all is the biggest hindrance.

Well, the new Kitchen Nano Garden serves as an excellent way to grow fresh vegetables right in your kitchen, without the use of pesticides or fertilizers. Just place the Kitchen Nano Garden beside the Kitchen counter and grow your favorite vegetables, herbs and flowers without any hassle. Not only does this hydroponic system provides healthy and chemical-free produce, it as well serves as an education tool for children. Nano Garden employs LED lighting that promotes plant growth, without the need of sunlight. The water used while cooking or washing the dishes is recycled to provide nutrients to the hydroponics. Taking only a section of the area, this petite kitchen garden serves an excellent way to grow fresh fruits and vegetables.

Designers : Lee Hyun-Jung, Park Jae-Yong, Shon Chang-Jin, and Park Seul-Ki

Kitchen Nano Garden

Kitchen Nano Garden

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Stephanie says: May 18, 2012

so where can I get one?

J.D. says: November 18, 2012

I second Stephanie's question. Where can we get this?

Tuvie says: November 19, 2012

It's only concept

Mikhail says: February 6, 2013

don't think it's gonna work well.
1. a family of four consumes much more vegetables in a month than this thing can generate in a year.
2. most of the vegetables grow in certain season of the year, and markets get them from different part of the world, while this thing can only produce them ones or twice a years.
3. conditions of growing vegetables are different for every kind, mostly all of them need a bigger ground depth and space for roots. There are really few that can grow like it's shown on a picture.
4. considering the cost of this technology, even if this thing will be able to grow anything, that anything will be too expensive. So it's nothing but a nice picture and idea.

sayaka says: February 11, 2013

strawberry and herbs would work on that, at least

Helen D. Luther says: March 8, 2013

I hope this can be attained by condo owners like me in the future. I would love to produce my own lettuce and other vegetables for my daily salad intake. This fosters organic urban food.

Inez J. Rodriguez says: March 25, 2013

This concept is based on the growing demand for integrated gardens for condo units. This makes for a living and breathing space that can also be sourced for organic food. The maintenance cost will be another thing as it is not cheap.

Patricia M. Liles says: March 26, 2013

If this is a mobile and portable garden, I picture and fancy it as applicable to condos, lofts and motorhomes. That would be something.

Ronald Chang says: April 1, 2013

Suddenly, cooking up a delicious dinner just got a whole lot easier. Can you imagine being able to pick the freshest ingredients without having to stray too far from the kitchen counter?

Penelope Hofstader says: June 18, 2013

This kind of defeats the purpose of going out and enjoying a little sunshine. Isn’t that one of the big reasons why gardening is enjoyable and good for the health?

Antonette says: July 25, 2013

wow! I really don’t know what to say.It’s really a unique one.You can really eat fresh vegetables everyday if you have this kind of garden just inside the house.

wang says: November 14, 2013

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