OrchidBox Smart Mini Terrarium

The OrchidBox self-contained mini ecosystem features Wi-Fi connectivity and an associated app that let the plants to connect with sunrise/sunset times and monitor its own watering requirements. The OrchidBox can be a plug-and-grow container, so you will not require pumps of fans, and there is no reason to find out how to utilize complex configurations.

The smart mini terrarium is 7 inches tall and will require a 4 square inch area on your own kitchen counter, table, computer desk, or nightstand. Depending on what you choose to grow – everything from moss and succulents to herbal plants and wheatgrass – the OrchidBox application offers some predetermined settings you can switch on to enable them to cultivate. Inside the acrylic container are sunlight-simulating LEDs that produce over 400 lumens of illumination, or almost 50% of the sun’s brightness on a summer period. OrchidBox notes it is ideal for those wishing to nurture Venus Fly Traps.

Overall, you will need to tend to the OrchidBox Mini just once or twice every 2 to 4 weeks, however, you will usually obtain a notification by means of the app when it needs some water. Additionally, when water levels are small the front LED warning grows redder.

 

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