Anyone who would like to grow vegetables but doesn’t have access to a garden or allotment, may be interested in a new smart indoor garden called aspara. Designed to produce healthy fresh vegetables and herbs directly from your kitchen worktop the aspara smart garden has this week launched via Kickstarter to raise the required funds it needs to make the jump into production.
The development team at aspara have nearly already raise their required plays goal thanks to over 100 backers with still 35 days remaining on the Kickstarter campaign. Early bird pledges are available from £258 or roughly $329 and worldwide shipping is expected to take place to certain countries sometime around April 2019.
aspara is a hydroponic indoor smart garden specifically designed to enable users to grow fresh and healthy-to-eat vegetables and herbs. The smart garden uses a combination of LED grow lights, automatic watering and advanced sensors to provide the correct nutrients and lighting for your vegetables to prosper. A smartphone companion application also provides easy access to data and supplies.
“Starting a garden at home, and growing vegetables successfully, is not an easy task. Most homes are limited by lack of space or don’t have the best environment for growing plants. And for some, growing plants from a seed can seem like a daunting task. aspara is a superior solution that has advanced technology and sensors that grow vegetables and herbs for anyone, no matter their experience level.”
For more details jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News