By saving the peace of a few, almost all of us have at one time or another killed a plant or two, let's face it.
Caring for a garden or small vegetable garden isn't for everyone, but it's certainly nice to have fresh herbs to add to your meals. Imagine making a crazy pizza and realizing you don't have basil (shame).
To avoid catastrophes of this magnitude, even those of us who don't have green thumbs do our best to keep herbs in our little garden.
The only drawback is that having a small cluster of pots takes up a lot of space on the kitchen counter, and can also attract insects.
Leaving herbs outside the window is not a viable option - they will not survive extreme weather conditions, and perhaps the birds will get there before you. How to do?
Home Garden, the vegetable garden in the drawer
This small herb garden is designed to get the most out of the seedlings by minimizing all collateral problems, including those of space.
Its design allows you to have access to fresh greenery 365 days a year without sacrificing space on the kitchen counter.
The feature that makes this garden unique is its particular compactness which makes it invisible in the kitchen space.
Il designer Igor Abakumov he drew inspiration from his life experience for this. “My mother is a true virtuoso of the kitchen and often complains about the lack of specific vegetables in the shop. This is why I had the idea of designing a home garden integrated into the kitchen ”, he explains.
Simply called Home Garden, does for plants what a dishwasher does for dishes. How to define it? A domesticated nature?
The vegetable garden in the drawer is equipped with an integrated intelligent system that monitors the humidity and temperature of the plants, as well as their freshness.
In case you were wondering, all of this can be adjusted directly from a mobile app. What questions.