Nature and technology come together to create a unique wellness experience
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Living Farming Tree is the first vertical garden inspired by biophilic design
It uses sophisticated technology to grow nutrient-rich plants in any indoor environment
Discover the benefits of aeroponic cultivation and how easy it is to grow superfoods, thanks to the high automation of the Living Farming Tree.Its biophilic design can adapt to any space, to to offer a newfound moment of wellness wherever you are.
1. Choose size and color
Customize it to fit your needs
2. Fast assembly
Add water and plants
3. Use Hexsoft
Monitor your cultivation
4. Harvest your plants
Enjoy them as they grow!
5. Refill and restart!
Add water, nutrients and plants to restart
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Hexsoft is our proprietary IoT app, designed for the Living Farming Tree.
You will be able to monitor cultivation and irrigation paramoeters thanks to a the central dashboard, receive notifications regarding your plants status, and request support from our agronomists if needed.
Because you need nature in your life. We all have a strong, innate connection with it: it’s time to reconnect. You will be happier and more productive!
The LFT is inspired by Nature: it's our secret ally to unlock innovative solutions to complicated challenges.
It makes our creations efficient!
What people say
"C’è anche un risvolto sociale: per ogni Poty venduto, l’azienda installa nuovi moduli attraverso Hexagro Siembra Vertical, attualmente attivo in Colombia a sostegno delle comunità più fragili."Wired
"Nato con l’intento di dar vita a un’economia circolare che possa combattere gli sprechi, Hexagro vanta importanti riconoscimenti ottenuti dalla Ellen MacArthur Foundation e dalla Solar Impulsa Foundation."Forbes
"Fa risparmiare risorse, non necessita di pesticidi e si può praticare anche negli uffici, dove il tema del benessere lavorativo è sempre più in cima all’agenda dei responsabili Risorse umane"La Stampa