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Stufa | Home Growing Kits

Stufa is a new Portuguese startup, their product gives anyone, regardless of their knowledge of gardening, confidence to enjoy the experience of planting and harvesting their own herbs at home. The Kits offer a unique pleasure of having a small garden at home and contributing to environmental sustainability. Currently, Stufa offers two kits - "The Chef´s Garden" for planting Microgreens of Mustard & Rocket Salad, and "Mediterranean Herbs" with Basil, Parsley & Coriander, but should extend to other varieties soon. Each beautifully designed kit includes a book with everything you need to know to enjoy the experience including recipes from 3 chefs, 2 reusable wood tags, 2 seed bags, and approximately 1L (2.2 lbs) substrate of vegetable origin.

Also check out Click & Grow

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