Natufia One, a member of the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions!
We are pleased to announce that Natufia One has been awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label!
NatGeo chasing Natufia and here’s why?
We are thrilled to announce we have been featured in the four-part documentary series ‘Quest for Knowledge on National Geographic Abu Dhabi.
Lemon Balm – Elixir of Life
Lemon balm is an herb that can boost your spirit on even the bluest Monday of the year. Whenever I feel exhausted, I search for a plant in my kitchen garden that will help me.
Fall in love with your own hydroponic food!
Growing indoors is a great way to enjoy fresh produce year-round! It doesn’t require a backyard or balcony and will keep you growing through cold or severe weather.
“Why should a man die when the food of the Gods grows in the garden?”
Did you know that there are about 900 different species of sage? The majority of the species grow in America, the Himalayas, and Western Asia.
Sustainability in Interior Design – what is worth knowing today?
So how sustainability and design are related? Hear first hand from Emma, the emerging interior designer, about prime things to know about sustainability...
Parsley – a piece of history in your kitchen
Parsley is a species of genus Petroselinum in the family Apiaceae, commonly known as the carrot family.
Natufia Gardens take KBIS 2022 by storm!
This February Kitchen & Bath Industry Show opened its doors to host the biggest show of the year, showcasing the latest industry products.
The Change Officer podcast with Gregory Lu, CEO, and Co-founder at Natufia
Read an interview about the pertinent challenges in agriculture now and how to...
12 Life-Changing Reasons to Cook with Homegrown Plants & Herbs
Grow hydroponically fresh herbs and greens in the unit chamber, and discover life-changing reasons to cook with homegrown plants.
Plant science to your plate: meet Aigerim, our botanist.
Aigerim is looking after the plants and the science behind it all, before adding to our seeds' portfolio. She shares her tips on growing with Natufia...