ēdn's Smart Garden Lets You Grow Herbs, Flowers and Vegetables Indoors
The WiFi-enabled device pairs with a special app for easy tending.
Temperatures are dropping and a second wave of coronavirus is upon us, forcing us indoors. Luckily, eco-conscious tech company ēdn has a new quarantine activity for those looking to flex their green thumb. The brand’s SmallGarden, an app-controlled indoor garden, allows users to grow herbs, vegetables and plants at home, year-round.
The sleek device features a wooden base and a chrome canopy of LED lights. Users can control the lights and set a personalized schedule with ēdn’s accompanying iOS app (an Android version will release in December). The SmallGarden comes with 10 basil “SeedPods,” soilless seed capsules — just add water to start the growing process. ēdn also offers chive, lettuce, romaine and mint SeedPods, as well as floral options ranging from marigolds to moss rose. The company also sells empty SeedPods for those who want to get creative with their own picks.
ēdn’s SmallGarden retails for approximately $200 USD at the ēdn website.