It makes planting so easy!— Vanessa Jacobs
When you pick up a box it shows you exactly how to plant it.— Vanessa Jacobs
We tried to take the element of fear away.— Vanessa Jacobs
Vanessa Jacobs (2016 Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year) is the “Chief Innovator” behind “Sow Delicious”, whose vegetable and herb “Slab of Seed” invention is taking edible gardening to a mainstream audience.
“Sow Delicious” began as an online niche gardening store in August 2013, through which Jacobs identified a gap in the market for “grow-your-own” products aimed at novice gardeners, even those living in flats or townhouses.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
How this turned into a product still amazes me!— Vanessa Jacobs
We just semigrated from Pretoria to George in the Western Cape.— Vanessa Jacobs
I decided to go the healthiest, tastiest option.— Vanessa Jacobs
The slab holds water three times longer than the soil you plant it in.— Vanessa Jacobs
The design took a number of years to get to where it is now.— Vanessa Jacobs
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