Proudly presenting Nurtio:

the smart virtual gardener

A new product revolutionizing the gardening industry

Our Story

For as long as humanity has existed, people have wanted to keep living plants around them, as it is a proven fact that plants increase productivity and make people healthier and happier.

However, all this beauty comes with a downside – a necessity to take care of these green friends. Those who are more confident, decide to do this themselves. But that often results in a lot of frustration and additional expenses - when some of the plants perish due to improper maintenance. Others prefer to outsource the plants’ handling to professionals, but due to a large portion of the manual work they have to do, the cost of such service is quickly going up.

In Nurtio, we decided to change this. We are developing the AI-powered and sensor-based technology that will help remove all the guesswork and make the plants maintenance completely predictable. Our product, the smart virtual gardener, combines the sensors that read data right from the plant with a self-educating software that processes this data and provides the users with actionable insights via the convenient app. This technology is primarily designed for professional interiorscapers with the goal to optimize their operations and unlock their growth - now when they are not restrained anymore by the scarcity of the experienced technicians.

Having started in 2018, we have realized the world is begging for this technology. Hundreds of interviews and consultations, dozens of iterations, and, finally, several large pilot projects have convinced us – we are ready for the big launch.

Certainly, the COVID-19 pandemic has slightly reshuffled our plans, but despite all the obstacles, we are ready to release our product in early 2021.


If you are an interiorscaper who is interested to see what this newest tech can do for your business, we are inviting you to be one of the pioneers with a product we believe will completely change the relationship between the humans and the plants.