Niwa: Niwa is world's first smartphone-controlled growing system that enables you to grow your own fruits, vegetables, flowers, and even herbs. It creates perfect conditions for your plants to grow healthy and strong. It controls the temperature, humidity, and light cycles and it's automated irrigation system will also water and provide your plants whenever they need it for better growth. Just plant your seeds into Niwa, tell the app what you want to grow and it loads pre-programmed settings for your plant. Occasionally, the app asks for information like "Can you see flowers?", if you answer "yes", it will begin a new growth setting, changing the water, and light to make the plants to grow at their very best.
New Garden Tower: This innovative vertical growing system is a space-efficient garden that provides enough space to grow up to 50 plants within just four square feet.
Dew Drop: Dew Drop extracts water from the air, condensing it and utilizing it for watering the plants.
AeroGarden: Aerogarden uses aeroponics to grow plants without the use of soil and instead uses air or mist. This automated indoor kitchen garden places plant's root system in a 100% humid, oxygenated and nutrient-rich growing chamber. You can easily grow herbs and vegetables and harvest in around 28 days.
Vedge: Vedge can hold up to 20 liters of household organic material, which is broken down into a nutrient rich fertilizer, that can be used to grow fresh organic produce.
Aqualibrium Garden: The Aqualibrium Garden is an indoor ecosystem designed to grow fresh herbs and vegetables in your home. It can be used as an Aquaponic or a Hydroponic system. Aquaponics uses the fish produce as nutrients, the plant roots works as biofilters by soaking up nutrients, leaving fresh and clean water for the fish. While Hydroponic gardening allows you to use pre-bottled nutrients instead of fish.
Trio Dish Drier: It has little containers at the base of these racks that houses herbs; the leftover water from the washed dishes trickles down to the plants to water them.
Freestanding Wall Garden: This Freestanding Wall Garden can be placed anywhere in the house, its a smart gardening solution when space is limited. It comes with 40 separate planting spaces, you can water as needed through the top irrigator and the hidden collector tray catches excess runoff.
Smart Herbs Garden: This smart garden allows you to grow fresh herbs at home. To grow your favorite herbs and spices at home, all you need to do is just plug it into the wall and fill water; the smart device does the rest. No more need to worry about your plants having enough water, nutrients or light.
Root: Root is a smart countertop gardening system comes with an automated light and watering system that allows you to grow vegetables and herbs anywhere.
Bottle Plantnannies: Made of terracotta, these can be fitted on bottles. Once you refill the bottle full of water and push it in the plant's soil, it waters the plants while you are away. It creates an interesting and practical use for old bottles.
Click and Grow Planter: Its an innovative planter, all you need to do is plant the container with a few seeds in it; place this inside the Click and Grow, fill the water tank, connect it to a power source, place the device in a well-lit spot and wait for 1-2 weeks for cute sprouts to appear.
Fishtank-Planter: The Aquaponics Garden is an aquarium and planter in one.
Planter by M Salomonsen: Its made of clay and it absorbs water from cultivation; when water evaporates, the storage is cooled and can be used as a space for storing spices and fruits.
U-Can: The U-Can takes its inspiration from the elephant's super-functional trunk featuring an extended tactile spout and comes with built-in wheels on either side for moving around in the gardening area.
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