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Power Plant Mini Hydroponic Planter – You Know, For ‘Herbs’

Power Plant Mini Hydroponic Planter – You Know, For ‘Herbs’

Power Plant Mini (Image courtesy Prepara)
By Andrew Liszewski

The Power Plant Mini looks to be a full proof way to grow your own herbs all year round, whether you’ve never had much success with a garden, or simply don’t have room for one. All you need to do is plant your choice of seeds in the special ‘grow sponges’ and then make sure the water reservoir is filled with a mix of H20 and an included nutrient mix. The Power Plant Mini does need to be plugged in and placed near a sunny window, but after that it appears to be completely autonomous. All you have to do is sit back and wait for your crop of basil, cilantro (shudder), chives, parsley or whatever other ‘herbs’ you’d prefer to grow in the safety comfort of your own home.

The Power Plant Mini is available on the Prepara website for a reasonable $39.95, while a 3-pack of grow sponges and a 1.6oz container of the nutrient refill are $9.95 each.

[ Prepara Power Plant Mini ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]







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  • Growing your herbs near a sunny window won't keep your *ahem* neighbors from seeing it. You'd still need to use a light source in a private spot to keep the looky-lous away.

  • if you see a red ring of death it means you have to water your weed.

  • if you see a red ring of death it means you have to water your weed.

  • Bernardcraig20

    Thanks a lot for the post. I really want to learn how to grow plants using hydroponics but I don’t have much knowledge about this method. I appreciate your effort in writing articles or posts about hydroponics which helps me a lot in understanding matters about this amazing method of planting.

    Climate Control

  • Bernardcraig20

    Thanks a lot for the post. I really want to learn how to grow plants using hydroponics but I don’t have much knowledge about this method. I appreciate your effort in writing articles or posts about hydroponics which helps me a lot in understanding matters about this amazing method of planting.

    Climate Control