Indoor – Smart Garden

Plants have been proven to help improve our health. Plants help to reduce stress, improve air quality, provide consumables and overall happiness. Everyone deserves the opportunity to grow wherever they live on earth.

Today 55% of the world’s population lives in urban areas. The Click and Grow Smart Garden allows you to grow plants indoors 365 days of the year. Even if you are a very busy household these growing systems take care of watering, light levels and nutrients while you enjoy the benefits.

With a Smart Garden you can grow your favourite herbs, salads, fruits, vegetables and flowers in any location in your home. It is a simple straightforward system to set up.  All you need to do is simply insert the pods, water and turn on the light.

This Smart Garden system has been designed similar to how coffee capsule pod machines operate. Instead of coffee pods they are composed of biodegradable plant pods containing seeds that you insert into the module.  These pods already contain the nutrients and minerals that your plants will need to grow into healthy adult plants. Once you have added the pods all you need to do is fill the system with water and turn the LED light on. This growing method has been designed so that it is as stress free as possible. The LED light which is inbuilt into the system has a timer with 16 hours on and 8 hours off. The light also acts as good additional light to any room in your home. The growing system also has a water float which lets you know when the plants need more water.

Watching your own seeds sprout into full grown plants is an unforgettable experience and is particularly fun for children to get involved. After all we all need a bit of nature in our lives to keep us happy and healthy.

To find out more about this Click and Grow product visit www.clickandgrow.com

Published by

Kirsty Wilson

Horticulture is my inspiration! I am the Herbaceous Supervisor at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Photographer, Award winning Garden Designer and Beechgrove Garden television presenter. I want to inspire people to grow plants, connect with nature and have a positive impact on the world.

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