Kickstarter ‘Smart Garden’ Brings the Power of QVC to Your Home

Kickstarter to Make QVC Obsolete

Kickstarter 'Smart Garden' Brings the Power of QVC to Your Home

When supermarkets first came out, they made everyone’s lives easier by putting every object under one roof. Then came the rise of e-commerce sites and home shopping networks like QVC to make it even easier. Well now, one Kickstarter campaign is setting the bar even higher with a new device that turns your home into a farm and grocery store.

KICKSTARTER SMART GARDEN MAKES QVC OBSOLETE

Forget home shopping networks like QVC, this Kickstarter Smart Garden brings a self-growing garden right to your home. Whether you want some fresh strawberry, red hot chili peppers or crispy kale, this self-growing garden will ensure that all plants grow in a lively fashion with minimal effort. The Smart Garden brings healthy, natural foods right to your house meaning you can live an easier and more nutritious life any day of the week.

FORGET WHOLE FOODS AND QVC; KICKSTARTER MAKES YOU INDEPENDENT

Do you need to be rich to eat healthily? Some people say that smart shopping and healthy eating are only for the rich. That’s simply not true. You don’t need free time or a lavish backyard to obtain fresh healthy food. You don’t need Whole Foods or QVC either. Take this Kickstarter Smart Garden for example. It’s not big and it’s not expensive. All you have to do is fill the water tank and plug the garden in. Yes, that sounds weird but you do plug the garden in. That’s easy, right? Of course! So start growing.


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KICKSTARTER USHERS IN A NEW ERA OF QVC HOME SHOPPING

This smart garden gives ‘home shopping’ a whole new meaning. Gone are the days of catalogs and surfing the web. Home shopping now means literally shopping in your home. Hence, growing food is probably just the beginning. Who knows what the future has in store? Perhaps we will never need to leave our houses for anything again! Well actually, that doesn’t really sound like a good thing but you get the point.

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