Ordering an EarthPod is easy

You can place your order on this page, using the form below.  We’ll email you back to sort out payment by EFT or credit card.  Please note that our closing date for 2019 orders will be 30 November 2019.  Our annual price rises will apply from January 2020.  

Full installation (Cape Town area)

If you live around Cape Town, the most convenient way to adopt an EarthPod is for us to install it for you.  The price covers the provision and installation of everything – even the soil and the plants.   Before you commit, we will be happy to visit you to discuss where the EarthPod will best fit.  

You can buy a bundle of four service visits for R1 200, which includes soil amendment or new crops as required.

Self-install Kits

If you live further afield, we can provide you with kits to install yourself.  We have provided kits to clients in Langebaan, Gauteng, KZN and France (yes, the one in Europe).  Kits include the hoop tunnel, pipes and membranes and a detailed installation manual.  Kits can be provided with a Heat-treated Pine, Japanese Cedar or Siberian Larch base, in which case you provide soil and plants; or without a base, in which case you need to build a base as well. 

You can collect from us, or we can quote for delivery.  

Covers only

If you already have a food production system, but want to add one of our very nicely-designed hoop tunnels, we can provide you with a cover.

The Standard size is 2 200 x 1 000 x 720 high.  We can also quote for Custom sizes.  


For clients choosing full installation, we include a selection of seasonal plants, chosen in consultation with you.  We plant seedlings, not seeds, so the time to a first usable crop is typically a few weeks

A single EarthPod can provide a significant proportion (possibly all) of your produce requirements. Two Earth Pods should provide a comfortable supply for a family of four.

For commercial users, such as restaurants and small produce outlets, you could use EarthPods to harness under-utilised and previously unattractive urban space near your premises for efficient food supply. The supply chain is vanishingly short. This means freshness, and flexibility of delivery times and quantities to a level that is impossible to match with conventional, factory-scale supply chains.