Indoor plants need as much tender, love and care as outdoor ones and the Re-Feed by Fanny Nilsson, a product design student at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, will give them that a more. It is an indoor composting system made for urban dwellers. Compact enough to rest on desktops, it provides some much-needed nutrients in a clean way.
Although composting may not be ideal for indoor spaces, the smell being one of the drawbacks, yet Re-Feed by Fanny Nilsson addresses this con and more. It contains the leftover food in a way that avoids smells and messes while feeding plants a rich liquid through a tube. For absent-minded owners, the modern compost device can be pre-programmed with a feeding schedule.
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