With the introduction of Ikea’s new Krydda/Växer Cultivation Kit, it’s official: your countertop hydroponic garden is no longer a mere trend. The soil-free kitchen garden has gone mainstream.
Starting last month, Ikea began rolling out its hydroponic growing trays, shelves, and LED lights in different markets. While we wait for the collection to arrive in the US, let’s take a look at the Krydda Collection already for sale in the United Kingdom:
Photography courtesy of Ikea.
Above: Powder coated steel Krydda Cultivation Units are available in one-, two-, and three-tier configurations, at prices ranging from £16 to £50.
Above: A plastic Växer Cultivation Insert tray is £2.
Above: A dishwasher-safe Växer tray comes with a water gauge to measure the level of water-fertilizer solution and a funnel to pour the solution.
Above: An alternative to soil, a bag of Växer Pumice Stones is £2.50.
Above: A three-tier Krydda/Växer Grow Kit comes with 45 pots and is £187. It comes with a nursery sprout box with a lid.
Above: Also sold separately, a Nursery Sprout Box With Lid is £5.
Above: A Växer Grow Kit with eight pots and a light fixture is £45.50.
Above: A Växer LED Cultivation Light is available in two lengths, at prices from £27 to £37 depending on length.
For more hydroponic garden kits, see Small Space Gardening: A Kit to Grow Windowsill Herbs and Roots on Display: Terra Hydro by 10¹².
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