This Eco-Friendly Indoor Garden Is Made Out Of Ocean Plastic Waste
By Nicole Rodrigues, 21 Sep 2023
Ingarden, a company specializing in hydroponic microgreen technology, introduces the Ocean, an indoor gardening solution designed to make growing microgreens at home both accessible and sustainable.
The Ocean is the latest addition to its hydroponic systems and stands out as a lightweight and cost-effective choice. As the name might have given away, the Ingarden Ocean is made from upcycled sea plastic, allowing customers to remove 30 plastic bottles from the ocean and support sustainability efforts.
With the Ocean, you can choose the type of microgreens you want to cultivate, including options like radish mix, arugula, kale, and red cabbage. All you would need to do to use this indoor garden is insert three seed pads into the system, add water, press the LED timer button, and patiently wait for seven days. The LED lights feature an automated timer for optimal light absorption and are energy-efficient, consuming only 15 watts.
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The original Ingarden classic indoor garden is constructed from stainless steel and ceramic, accompanied by 100% compostable seed mats and packaging crafted from recycled paper or cardboard.
Ingarden’s Ocean is currently available for pre-order online for a starting price of US$159.
This article was crafted with assistance from an AI engine, and has been manually reviewed & edited.
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