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The Garden That Looks After Itself

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We can all appreciate the idea behind gardening and growing your own food. You have the ability to be self-sustaining, bypass the additives and chemicals the supermarkets put in your food, and potentially save a lot of money.

The catch is that you normally have to spend a lot of time monitoring your vegetables, protecting them from insects and the elements. This can be tricky if you’ve got a 9-5 job with a long commute, or you work overtime every chance you get.

Thankfully, technology has come a long way in recent years, and you don’t even have to be at your home to mind your petunias any longer.

Superponic 8 
This hydroponic growing system allows you to monitor up to 8 plants automatically. There are two hydroponic systems installed, so if one fails/malfunctions, your plants will still be safe and sound. With a top water feed and bottom oxygenation, you can grow just about anything in the small to medium plant category.

Tower Garden
If you’ve ever wanted a unique-looking garden, check out the Tower Garden–a five foot tall aeroponic system. It can carry up to 20 plants in its lodging, with extensions increasing its capacity to 28. It comes with a pump, timer, pH test, and liquid plant food.

Aquaponics System
This is a 2-in-1 gardening device. It carries five plants on top, and has a mini-aquarium on the bottom. The plants are fed by the fish waste. Never worry about watering your plants again, so long as you keep the tank and fish clean and fed, which itself requires minimal maintenance.

AeroGarden Ultra
This is one of the best automated gardening systems on the market, simply because it offers a variety of ways to monitor and grow your plants. The AeroGarden handles the food and lighting of your garden, so you don’t have to. It includes a control panel with different settings and options for monitoring your garden.

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