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Origami Seed Kit: The Gentle Art of Sprouting Salad

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Origami Seed Kit: The Gentle Art of Sprouting Salad

Michelle Slatalla September 16, 2015

Swedish design studio Tomorrow Machine and Berlin-based farming incubator Infarm have teamed up to create a miniature greenhouse that folds like origami:

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Above: The Microgreen Indoor Garden Kit is $26 from Dwell.

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Above: The kit comes with a folding waterproof greenhouse, three kinds of organic seeds, and agar powder (which can be mixed with water to create a growth medium).

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Above: The self-sustaining kit requires no watering; seeds will sprout into edible microgreens in a few days.

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