Self-Watering Solar Vertical Growing System

August 15, 2010 by

Do you love gardening on auto-pilot? The Aussies have a cool product that has made its way Stateside. The CLEV-A 9 Pot garden is a sustainable, vertical growing system that uses a solar-powered, gravity-fed, automated watering system to deliver specific amounts of water and nutrient to your plants, up to four times a day.

Also from CLEV-A, the Herbie grows herbs, salads and flowers on your tabletop using LED-assisted lighting and an automated gravity-fed self-watering system, which, like the CLEV-A 9 Pot garden, delivers nutrients to your herbs and flowers up to four times a day.

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  2. Max said:

    Wow thats nifty! It is like an advanced self gardening machine.

    That system is a much improved version of the multi-opening plant container for something like herbs.

    The system looks perfect for kitchen gardens.

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