Watching a seed germinate provides a sensation that is difficult to describe. How can something so small convey such eagerness, hope and life? Gro gives a genuine experience of just how much light, nourishment, love and time a tiny seed needs to be transformed into an edible plant.
The Gro device combines form and function to provide a modular system of cultivation for indoor urban living. Gro is best suited to small plants like herbs and salads. The system works just as well in the public domain as at home in an apartment.
Gro is a user-friendly system that is easy to erect and easy to extend as one’s interest in growing increases. The hydroponic system facilitates looking after the plants making the system a very efficient use of space. LED lighting makes the plants independent of daylight.
In today’s urban societies there is an increasing thirst for knowledge about where our food is grown and how it is produced. Gro is the result of a study in which my aim has been to create a product that works well and is both aesthetically pleasing and that gives the owner an instructive experience. The idea is to give the user insights into how much time, water and light are needed for a seed to germinate and become a harvest-ready plant.
Greenworks, Hässelby blommor, Svegro and Roxy Kritzinger.