Petomato Lets You Start a Small Garden Inside a Recycled Plastic Bottle

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: May 14, 2014 • References: buypetomato & gizmodo
Lack of space and resources often prevent people from getting started with a garden, but the Petomato is one small garden that only takes up as much space as the average drinking bottle.

A Petomato kit works with recycled plastic bottles and has a small insert to hold the seeds and fertilizer, which are included in the kit's price of $15. Petomato offers three types of seeds, including cherry tomato, basil and Habenero Pepper seeds. With access to sunlight and some nurturing, it shouldn't be too long before you start to see some food beginning to sprout.

Unlike most gardens, it's fully portable and can be moved to follow the sunlight from the indoors. Since it's such a simple system, it's ideal for kids and people with urban living spaces. Stats for Sprouting Bottle Caps Trending: Older & Warm
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