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The Kitchen Nano Garden Makes Growing Your Own Veggies Effortless

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: tuvie
Forget the kitchen island, the Kitchen Nano Garden is the hottest kitchen addition around. The Kitchen Nano Garden is an updated version of Hyundai's original design from Lee Hyun-Jung, Park Jae-Yong, Shon Chang-Jin and Park Seul-Ki that now features a system designed to take excess water from the sink and feed it to the plants.

What makes the Kitchen Nano Garden so appealing is that it lets you grow your own food with only a minimal amount of effort. Watering plants, fertilizing them and protecting them from the elements is all eliminated thanks to the Kitchen Nano Garden. The best part about this whole system is that it's small. The entire system is about as tall as a refrigerator, making it perfect for people living in apartments who could have never dreamed of growing their own vegetables. Stats for Sink-Grown Gardens (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Warm
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