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Urbz

Urbz
Sustainable Living

Maker Story

Up You Grow

Urbz grew from the minds of Andy Bass and his wife, Maryann. Limited counter space in their tiny apartment meant they couldn’t find a spot for an herb garden, which they wanted to use as a fresh way to spice up their cooking. They looked to the window and decided to make use of that vertical space instead. When they couldn’t find a solution that was leak-proof and stayed put, they doubled down on fashioning one themselves.

Andy and Maryann brainstormed an adhesive for their dream planter that mimicks a gecko’s sticky feet. That’s why Urbz adheres strongly and can be easily removed and repositioned without leaving residue. The clear planter can thrive on windows (without the need for windowsills or hanging boxes), but it can also stick to a mirror, tile, or any other non-porous surface. Andy and Maryann’s lack of space results in high-flying herb gardens that can bloom in even the smallest of places.

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Discovered 8/13/2019

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Sustainable Living

Maker Story

Up You Grow

Urbz grew from the minds of Andy Bass and his wife, Maryann. Limited counter space in their tiny apartment meant they couldn’t find a spot for an herb garden, which they wanted to use as a fresh way to spice up their cooking. They looked to the window and decided to make use of that vertical space instead. When they couldn’t find a solution that was leak-proof and stayed put, they doubled down on fashioning one themselves.

Andy and Maryann brainstormed an adhesive for their dream planter that mimicks a gecko’s sticky feet. That’s why Urbz adheres strongly and can be easily removed and repositioned without leaving residue. The clear planter can thrive on windows (without the need for windowsills or hanging boxes), but it can also stick to a mirror, tile, or any other non-porous surface. Andy and Maryann’s lack of space results in high-flying herb gardens that can bloom in even the smallest of places.