MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Sept. 28, 2016) - Tête de courge - based in Montreal's Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood - designs, builds and sells urban gardens, for gardening both inside and outside.

Urban gardening is becoming more and more popular in Quebec. With the price of food ever on the rise, a lot of people are taking to gardening in their backyard, or on their balcony, in order to have fresh, organic fruit and vegetables. Gardening in the city is a way to get one's hands dirty and have a little piece of nature close to home. However, year-round gardening, inside the home, is less common. Tête de courge is launching a range of gardens that can be set up in various types of indoor spaces. The idea is to make the most of 'lost' spaces, to make them more conductive to the cultivation of fresh fruit and veg. A lost space can be anything from a windowsill to the unused corner of a room. Some garden designs can even be used as a bookcase - making that space doubly useful!

These products are available online at and can be shipped all over Quebec. For products that require installation, the necessary hardware is included, along with an instruction guide. An installation service is available for customers residing in the Montreal area. A booklet with hints and tips for first-time gardeners is also included, to help customers make the most of their purchase. The main aim of Tête de courge is to make urban gardening accessible and practical for everyone!

Tête de courge also runs a blog full of gardening tips and answers to any questions the gardener - amateur or otherwise - might have.

Contact Information:

Catherine Plaisance