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MicroGiardini

A miniature indoor garden-in-a-can

by Karen Day in Design on 25 March 2010

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Packed in a small tin can, MicroGiardini plants make an easy way to grow herbs, vegetables and flowers in any indoor environment. Each can includes a set of hearty seeds or bulbs packed within a growing compound. With a little water and light, it transforms into a flowering plant after just a month of care.

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Created by seventy-year-old Northern Italian floriculture company Arnoldi Europe, the plants sustain the growing season by serving as indoor gardens during winter months.

Available online from Brooklyn 5 +10 or Sprout, varieties include Coriander, Carrot, Zucchini, Sunflower, Petunia and more for around $10 each.

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