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Cult Design

DIY Flavors

Growing your own herbs is less intimidating than you might think, even if you’re a novice gardener. They’re easy to cultivate, and you don’t need a big investment in time or acreage. Plus, drawing from your own herb supply is more economical than buying bunches at the grocery store. How many times have you bought fresh herbs for a recipe then wound up tossing the leftovers after they wilted in the crisper?
Cult Design
Cult Design
DIY Flavors

Growing your own herbs is less intimidating than you might think, even if you’re a novice gardener. They’re easy to cultivate, and you don’t need a big investment in time or acreage. Plus, drawing from your own herb supply is more economical than buying bunches at the grocery store. How many times have you bought fresh herbs for a recipe then wound up tossing the leftovers after they wilted in the crisper?

With terra cotta pots and self-watering reservoirs, Cult Design makes it easy to start your own garden right in your kitchen. The Evergreen pots are designed for growing herb plants. Simply keep the lower section filled with water, and a felt strip sucks up water like a wick and allows a plant to absorb all the water it needs. Likewise, for shoots and sprouts, Grow Green is a system of terracotta boxes atop a water-filled base. Pour the seeds into their own terra cotta sections, and in about one week, you can harvest vitamin- and mineral-rich sprouts for salads and sandwiches.

Co-founded by Swedish designer Marita Lord, Cult Design inspires us to bring farming to the kitchen counter. For recipes, teas, essential oils and more, you’ve got herbs and sprouts within arm’s reach. It doesn’t get more local than that.