Ready to Pousserthe Parisian startup that offers connected indoor gardens was at Showstoppers to present its new product Multo during IFA. Multo is a connected vegetable garden furniture that enables urban families to grow up to fifty plants at once.
The attached Scandinavian style furniture is a truly nutritious vegetable garden in which to grow lettuce, herbs, zucchini, eggplant, squash, beans, peas, radishes and microgreens. Prêt à Pousser claims that Multo is 200% more productive than existing home gardens thanks to its ‘ebb and flow’ hydroponic technology, used for the first time in a consumer product. With ebb and flow, lettuce doubles in size and tomato and pepper plants produce up to three times more fruit.
Designed by an award-winning designer Xavier Houy, Multo is a piece of furniture with a structure in beech wood and metal, available in one, two or three levels. Each tier features a soft light at the top and a container at the bottom where the urban gardener places pods to house the plants.
Prêt à Pousser collected over €450,000 in pre-orders from the Multo crowdfunding campaign in just a few weeks, confirming the growing interest in food self-production.
According to the Kickstarter campaign side (closed), Multo is available in four versions:
- Multo worktop: 15 to 20 plants (for placement on a buffet or kitchen counter)
Estimated retail price: €399/$449
- Multi One Level: 15 to 20 plants (place on the ground)
Estimated retail price: €499/$549
- Multo two levels – at the top of the article: 30 to 40 plants (put them on the ground)
Estimated retail price: €749/$809
- Multo three levels: from 45 to 60 plants (to put on the ground)
Estimated retail price: 999€/1099$
Prêt à Pousser sells other indoor gardening products:
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