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Easy, Indoor Gardening for City Dwellers

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Starting with an origami-inspired microgreen kit, two brothers want to bring your garden inside.
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  InFarm Microgreen Growing Kit
Currently raising funds on indiegogo, InFarm is offering this unfoldable, plastic growing kit with seeds for rucola, mustard, and radish as a reward for funding its campaign for indoor gardening.Photo provided by InFarm
    InFarm Microgreen Growing Kit

    Currently raising funds on indiegogo, InFarm is offering this unfoldable, plastic growing kit with seeds for rucola, mustard, and radish as a reward for funding its campaign for indoor gardening.

    Photo provided by InFarm

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  InFarm Loft
In their industrial loft in the Kreuzberg neighborhood, Guy and Erez Galonska have built a cottage industry around indoor farming, including a farm-to-table supper club.Photo provided by InFarm
    InFarm Loft

    In their industrial loft in the Kreuzberg neighborhood, Guy and Erez Galonska have built a cottage industry around indoor farming, including a farm-to-table supper club.

    Photo provided by InFarm

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  Microgreens
“We think sunlight is the best light for plants, and that’s not necessarily true,” says Guy Galonska. “They can survive in all kinds of situations. LED lighting works; the good taste is a pretty good indicator.”Photo provided by InFarm
    Microgreens

    “We think sunlight is the best light for plants, and that’s not necessarily true,” says Guy Galonska. “They can survive in all kinds of situations. LED lighting works; the good taste is a pretty good indicator.”

    Photo provided by InFarm

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  InFarm Microgreen Growing Kit
The reusable, plastic, origami-inspired microgreen growing kit was designed by Stockholm creative collective Tomorrow Machine. It's designed to allow gardeners to watch the entire growing process.Photo provided by InFarm
    InFarm Microgreen Growing Kit

    The reusable, plastic, origami-inspired microgreen growing kit was designed by Stockholm creative collective Tomorrow Machine. It's designed to allow gardeners to watch the entire growing process.

    Photo provided by InFarm

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