ISSUE 84  |  Summer Gardens in the City

Windowsill Garden: Seed Sprouting Kit

August 06, 2013 5:00 PM

BY Michelle Slatalla

It turns out to be possible to grow an entire farm on a 3-inch deep window sill. Spotted at Uncommon Goods:

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Above: The Micro Greens Kit comes with seeds to grow organic red cabbage, mini carrots, and tom thumb peas. It’s $40 from Uncommon Goods.

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Above: The kit comes in a box made of recycled steel, and includes enough soilless growing medium and seeds for two full crops.

For more ideas for space-challenged edible gardens, see 5 Quick Fixes: Grow Herbs on Your Windowsill.

N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published on June 8, 2012.