Let's Patch Planters

Check out and support this Kickstarter Project from Patch Planters. This lightweight, self watering planting system comes in a self-contained package that is easy to assemble and maintained. 

Let's Patch has engaged with Kickstarter, the worlds largest crowd funding forum, to launch their revolutionary self watering herb planter. The campaign launches at 7:00 am PST on Tuesday, May 14th and extends until midnight PST on June 15th. Read more and visit their campaign site after the jump! 



"Take the guesswork out of watering and grow your own herbs and greens with Let’s Patch! Our lightweight, self-watering Patch Planters are user-friendly for kids, grownups and, well, everyone! We have mastered the perfect formula for fresh, nutritious herbs and greens every time.
Patch Planters are designed for urban gardeners and families on the go.
  • Watering Made Easy - Plants get the perfect amount of water through an innovative sub-irrigation system.
  • Simple, Simplified - Our user-friendly Patch Planters only require water and sunlight. It’s that easy. No pumps, no plugs, no cords.
  • Bigger, Healthier Plants -Because your plant has the perfect amount of water all the time you will have amazing growth rates.
  • The Freshness Factor - Growing your own fresh herbs and greens organically yields more nutritious, better tasting food.
  • A Perfect Fit - Our sleek, compact and flat-packed Patch Planter is small enough to fit on your windowsill or balcony.
Patch Specs:  Each Patch measures 12” x 6” x 6” and fits nicely on counter tops, tables and windowsills. The water reservoir holds 2 litres (0.5 gallons) of water, and 3.5 litres (1 gallon) of soil. 

Founded in Vancouver in 2012 by entrepreneur Kent Houston, Let’s Patch was fuelled by the idea that anyone could grow food, anywhere. Kent wanted to help people grow good food not only because it was healthy, but because it could help improve and propel communities to be a viable solution for environmental challenges. After experimenting with prototypes, he discovered how much food could actually be grown on our windowsills and what benefits small actions could have. So, he tried to figure out ways to make things easy, friendly, and a little nicer looking. Kent has also infused social enterprise into each planter by using proceeds from every sale to support community-based volunteer organizations committed to food education for youth, such as Growing Chefs! 
Designed by Adam Sharkey for Patch Visit their Kickstarter campaign