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We believe that business can be a force for good. We always looking for ways to reduce our impact on the planet, improve the health and wellness of our customers, and drive positive social change.

 

Our products are all US made with most of the production being done in New York State (including the plastic injection molding). This keeps our transportation-related carbon emissions low.

 

We use biodegradable PLA plastic to manufacture the plastic parts of our product.

Mid Hudson Works

We are proud partners of Mid Hudson Works – a non-profit organization that provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Located in New York’s Hudson Valley, Mid Hudson Works is responsible for the manufacture and assembly of The World’s Smallest Garden.

OUR EARTH DAY SERIES

This year, we celebrated Earth Day (April 22, 2018) with a 4 part blog series that explored how our food choices impact the planet. If you’re interested in learning how you can reduce your environmental footprint, the easiest way is with your fork.
Becoming The World’s First ‘Net Negative’ Gardening Company

Becoming The World’s First ‘Net Negative’ Gardening Company

Urban Leaf was founded upon the belief that addressing the environmental impact of our food system represents one of, if not the, biggest challenges that our generation faces. It is simply not possible that humanity can continue to feed itself the way it does. It’s no...

What are the Best Fruits and Vegetables to Grow Indoors?

What are the Best Fruits and Vegetables to Grow Indoors?

In this time of the pandemic, everything can be bought online, from clothing to home décor, to food and essentials. However, it may be very convenient, but what’s more convenient than being able to grow your own food indoors? In this blog, we will talk about the best...

5 Best Indoor Garden Ideas for Small Spaces

5 Best Indoor Garden Ideas for Small Spaces

Are you a plant lover and have been wanting to start your own indoor garden but you do not have any idea on how and where to start? In this blog, we will talk about some indoor garden ideas that you can do for small spaces, such as apartment rooms or balconies. How to...

Bruschetta Recipe: How to Make Bruschetta with Microgreens

Bruschetta Recipe: How to Make Bruschetta with Microgreens

Bruschetta comes from the Roman term - to toast - and it is what’s known as an antipasto or starter-dish. In this blog, we will be showing you how we make our bruschetta with self-grown and freshly picked microgreens and other healthy and tasty ingredients. The basic...

Spring Planting: The Best Pots & Potting Mix Used for Repotting

Spring Planting: The Best Pots & Potting Mix Used for Repotting

When looking for a forever home for your plant baby, there are two things that you should consider before you start repotting - pots and a potting mix. Typically, we would want to size up our pot and put some new potting mix in it so that our plants can get fresh...

Lemon Balm Bundt Cake or Lemon Balm Cupcakes

Lemon Balm Bundt Cake or Lemon Balm Cupcakes

Lemon Balm Bundt Cake is moist with a delicate herbal citrus flavor. Best made when you have some helpers to assist with eating. You’ve been warned.  Ingredients Servings: 8 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/4 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup unsalted butter at...

How to Grow Kale Indoors

How to Grow Kale Indoors

Kale used to be called the peasant’s cabbage. Now, it’s more like a wealthy Hollywood superstar’s cabbage.Timing Sprouts in 1-2 weeks. Harvest from Month 3+ on.Part sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+ mol/m²/day].Care Beginner friendly. You’ll sprout,...

Indoor Light for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Indoor Light for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Leafy greens tend to be short-lived crops in nature but when grown in a controlled environment, like your home, they can be harvestable for a long time. The game is to not let them think it's summer (when it gets too hot or the days get too long, they end their life...

Are You Getting Enough Light? Here’s An Easy Fix

Are You Getting Enough Light? Here’s An Easy Fix

A good fix for your plant that is not getting enough light is natural light! Herbs such as basil, cilantro, dill, and parsley all have slightly different light preferences, but as a general rule of thumb, your home garden needs at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a...

How to Grow Arugula Indoors

How to Grow Arugula Indoors

The Romans grew arugula as an edible herb and ate it for good luck. Arugula's spicy aroma and flavor make it naturally resistant to pests.Timing Sprouts in 1-2 weeks. Harvest from Month 2+ on.Full sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+ mol/m²/day].Care...

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