We introduced Gardyners to five new flower varieties for your home just a few weeks ago. Today, I am pleased to announce a new group of leafy greens that will tantalize your palate, improve your health, and add more variety to your Gardyn bounty.
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It has been great to see so many product reviewers and media organically discover Gardyn over the past two months. First to find us was Thrillist in their roundup of indoor gardening solutions back in March.
It will be obvious to anyone that adding flowers to your Gardyn will add even more beauty to the lively colors already present from the fruits and vegetables. Some Gardyners are considering a second Gardyn just as a flower showpiece. However, I want to point out that the flowers are not just for your Gardyn.
It is easy to see the day-to-day impact of social distancing and sheltering-in-place. However, there are similarly important changes taking place in the way people think about the future. They are rethinking whether things they once took for granted will always be available. Access to the local grocery store is suddenly on that list. We have heard from a number of new Gardyners that this was a motivation for them to start growing their own fresh produce at home.
You can now grow beautiful flowers at home in your Gardyn. Flowers are the latest addition to our growing portfolio of amazing plants. In founding Gardyn, we wanted to help people live healthier lives with easy access to tastier and more nutritious food. We also wanted to introduce a new source of beauty and connection to nature into daily life. Flowers are one of nature’s ways of brightening anyone’s day.
Gardyn. More Than Pure, Beautiful Food. Positive Impact for Individual Health, Connections, and the Planet.
We eat every day. But, what are we putting into our bodies? How does that food differ from what was commonly eaten one hundred years ago? Is it better? If it’s better, why are we so unhealthy as a society?