Gardyn Strawberries: The Ultimate Taste of Summer This Winter

As the leaves and temperatures continue to fall, Gardyn props open the door to fresh, sweet, summer indulgences all winter long with the introduction of Gardyn Strawberries! We selected our organic, sustainably-grown strawberry variety to align with our mission to rethink the future of food. Gardyn strawberries are meant to be picked and enjoyed at their peak ripeness, providing you with the tastiest fruit and the most nutrition, all while remaining pesticide- and plastic-free.

5 Reasons Why Gardyn Makes a Great Gift

Gardyn with Family

5 Reasons Gardyn Makes a Great Gift Finding that perfect gift doesn’t have to be a challenge – and with Gardyn, your gift is not only practical (and delicious!) but also helps create a more sustainable world to live in. Check out 5 reasons Gardyn makes a great gift for anyone on your list! 1. […]

Gardyn Plant Health and Nutrition Research: Seed to Harvest and Beyond

A “behind the leaf” look at Gardyn’s Plant Health and Nutrition Research and Development facility where we rigorously test a wide range of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers to ensure that only the best growing (and tasting) plants are available to our Gardyners. Also, learn about how our scientists are continuously developing new ways to improve our sustainability and the Gardyning experience.

Algae or Biofilm? What’s the Difference?

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As you progress on your Gardyn journey, you might notice some brown or green growth forming on the yCube surface, yPod, or inside the Gardyn columns. Typically, this growth is associated with algae or biofilm.

Mineral or Organic? Settling the Score on Plant Food

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A mainstream trend in health and wellness has been organic foods. While the word “organic” has come to mean food produced consciously, with minimal pesticides and sustainable techniques, it has begun to morph into a marketing buzzword as it spills into other industries. Gardening, being so closely related to food production, has adopted the word “organic” to describe types of plant food. This can be a little confusing, so we decided to settle the score between organic and mineral plant food once and for all.