Thank you to Cool Hunting for alerting us to this sweet system for growing greens indoors. Created by Vancouver-based entrepreneur Kent Houston, Patch brings urban agriculture into living spaces with a self-watering system that makes growing easy. The flat-folding Tyvek planter relies on capillary action in an easy-to-install, perforated grid fed through a small reservoir (these pictures explain it). All you have to do is keep the reservoir filled and make sure the plant gets about six hours of sunlight a day. Pretty simple stuff.
Available in three colorways: Classic White, Icon Jumble, and Grey Ombre.