Conshohocken company raising capital for modular stackable gardening system

Conshohocken-based 20nine, which describes itself as a “purpose first creative consultancy,” has a brand incubator named 20nine Ventures that has a modular stackable gardening system that was created for those without space for a traditional garden. The product is named Harvi Gardens.

The Philadelphia Business Journal recently reported on 20nine Ventures’ goal of raising capital for Harvi Gardens. From the article:

A Conshohocken branding agency is looking to scale its container gardening product with the goal of raising $150,000 to $200,000 in Series A funding by the end of this summer.

Currently considered in beta mode, the funding will go toward giving Harvi Garden a bigger market share and launching new products and programs as the brand looks to make container gardening accessible to a larger segment of the population.

Launched in 2022, Harvi is a modular container garden designed for those with limited space. It has a self-watering feature and is made from food-safe and BPA-free materials. Its differentiator, however, is the ability to configure multiple units in numerous ways.

“It’s sort of like a Lego of garden,” said Jason Weidner, who co-created Harvi with Greg Ricciardi.

You can read the full article here.

Photo: Harvi Gardens

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