Grow 100 veggies, herbs in rotating indoor garden

Jul 25, 2017, 7:58 AM EDT
(Source: Kazua/flickr)
(Source: Kazua/flickr)

A French Canadian startup recently unveiled its rotating indoor garden that can grow up to 100 vegetables and herbs in only about a half a cubic meter space, thus offering urban dwellers an ideal option to easily and independently produce their own ecological food in limited space.

Named OGarden, the spherical structure is a compact and clutter-free hydroponic gardening system that rotates about a central light source that turns off and on mimicking a natural cycle, writes Urban Gardens.

The system, capable of producing 2-3 harvests a day, comes with its own storage space and requires very little maintenance, notes Inhabitat.