Urban, healthy self-sufficiency - the garden of the future is everywhere!

By 2050, over 9 billion people will live on Earth, mostly in cities. If everyone grows a part of their food locally - indoor or outdoor - this will help to protect the environment. Growing fresh vegetables on roofs, balconies, terraces and living rooms is healthy, satisfying, economical and helps to minimize the world food problem. We believe that urban agriculture is the key to a sustainable city.

More and more areas are needed for food production!

Urban Gardening - The Future of Edible Gardens - Roofs, Walls, Terraces, Balconies, Living Spaces, Restaurants, Offices ...

For you and the environment - knowing what you eat!

Your own vegetable and herb garden close to you!

Even those who have no garden or balcony do not have to live without an edible garden. The hydroponic cultivation method, which does not grow in soil, but in nutrient-rich water, offers some advantages here. In a small space, fresh greens can be grown effectively and resource-conservatively throughout the year.

local - ecological - fresh

  • no transport routes - less pollutant emission
  • harvest as needed - vitamins are retained
  • no packaging waste
  • no pesticides through self-control
  • no hauling of soil
  • low water consumption
  • optimal plant supply - faster growth, more frequent harvests
  • variety of herbs - more varied dishes
  • fresh flavors - better air
  • enjoy healthy herbs and vegetables

Hydroponics - sustainable vegetable and herb cultivation

Wherever - plant your green stuff yourself!

Hydroponics - soil-free cultivation of e.g. "chard"

Ready? You want to start hydroponics gardening?

We help you on the way to your own edible garden and tell you which hydroponic farming methods exist and how they work. You'll be surprised what you can grow and harvest.

In the near future you will also be able to buy various hydroponic systems tested by us in our shop www.kitchenfresh.com of course also seeds, fertilizer and other accessories.


Hydroponics - how it works