Grow your own. Grow where you are.

Grow your own. Grow where you are.

With HortiPower, it’s easy to grow where you are. 

A farm for good

Watch your plants grow in real-time. These grow-racks capture people’s attention, it increases social media sharing and it associates you with a greener future that is both more natural as well as advanced.

Grow what you like, pick what you need

You can grow anything from microgreens (cress, mustard), leafy greens (lettuces, kale, mizuna, swiss chard, arugula), fresh herbs (watercress, mustard greens, basil, parsley, cilantro, thyme), berries (strawberries, blueberries), edible flowers and many more.

Microgreens, herbs and leafy greens are the easiest types of crops and you can pick some leafs everyday. These are plants that keep on giving.

Trustworthy food

Knowing where your food came from increases transparency and fair food cultivation practices that are good for our planet. It empowers you to reduce packaging, reduce food miles, does not use pesticides and does not require GMO. It is food that you can trust.

Amazing return on investment

This grow-racks gives you a great value for money. You can expect the following benefits:

  • Grow high-value herbs and microgreens - save costs on puchasing expensive plants.
  • Increase perceived customer value - position yourself at the high-end
  • Less wastage - only use what you need
  • Happy plants is happy people 
  • Efficient use of space - grow up to 5x more crops compared to traditional methods

Fresh and Delicious

Grow your favourite vegetables all year round from your own premises. Harvest and eat within minutes instead of days. These freshly cut vegetables and herb retain nutrition, taste and aromatics. It looks great on your plate, and your taste buds are in for a treat.

Easy to move around

These racks are easy to move around and fits through every door or elevator. 

Where can you place these grow-racks?

These racks are perfect for your juice bar, shop, restaurant, gym, hotel, art space, lobby, shopping mall and school.


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