January 6, 2011

Stem Garden - Grow Fresh Herbs on your Window Sill

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This concept kitchen garden yet to be produced is used to grow fresh herbs by any window sill. Stem Garden, an elegant indoor/outdoor planting system designed over 24 hours by Quirky’s global community of influencers was inspired by the refined simplicity of champagne flutes.

Features:

  • Bendable goose-neck “stems” that allow you to position your plants most effectively for direct sunlight, without moving the entire unit.
  • Removable terra-cotta cups, for easy planting and maintenance.
  • Removable terra-cotta drip pan, which allows for easy disposal of excess water.
  • Internal overflow protection system that allows excess water to drip down the removable planter cups through the stem into the included drip pan (subject to further design feasibility review).

This product will also come with an easy-to-use herb starter kit, with a variety of seeds and a set of simple instructions. Sign up and commit to getting Stem Garden made, and soon you'll have a garden in your kitchen.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 6, 2011 7:55 AM
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