OGarden Smart

Automatic rotating indoor garden

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The perfect indoor gardening system - grows up to 90 fruits and veggies. Quick and easy, fully automatic and beautifully designed.

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Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Nontechtech
This is seriously cool! One of my dreams is to have my own small garden and my other dream is to live in New York, this seems like it can help me combine the two!
Zach Taiji
Zach TaijiMaker@azntaiji · Pulp-PR
@aaronoleary Sounds like the perfect solution then! Let me know if you have any questions :)
Dun@huangdun · Product Designer
Why rotate?
Zach Taiji
Zach TaijiMaker@azntaiji · Pulp-PR
@huangdun Hi Dun! The watering system is at the bottom of the wheel — it rotates so that each plant gets watered at a specific interval. It also rotates to replicate natural wind/outdoor environment.
Joshua Pinter
Joshua Pinter@joshuapinter · Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
The form factor of this is probably the biggest improvement over others. With a circular design you can fit ~4 times the number of plants in the same footprint. The rotation keeps the rest of the functional elements simple by not requiring water piping across the entire wheel. This reminds me of a humidifier for the home. In particularly, the one we have at our house is the Boneco H680 and utilizes a very similar design, with a water reservoir at the bottom and a rotating water wheel: What's also interesting is the ability to grow these vegetables upside down, at least for a certain period of time. Seems like something that would be of value to zero-G (Space) use... Great stuff.
Zach Taiji
Zach TaijiMaker@azntaiji · Pulp-PR
@joshuapinter Yes, that is a great comparison Joshua! Thanks for checking it out and for the kind words :)
Joshua Dance
Joshua Dance@joshdance · Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker
Looks cool! Why does it have to rotate?
Zach Taiji
Zach TaijiMaker@azntaiji · Pulp-PR
@joshdance Hi Joshua! See my comment above :) Also @joshuapinter gave a great visual comparison