This Pot and Plant App System Makes It Easy to Grow Food Without a Yard

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Oct 8, 2015
References: droponic & curbed
With this plant app and smart planter system, even the blackest-thumbed gardener can grow their own herbs.

With the rise of maker and foodie culture, sprouting homegrown basil, thyme and mint is a coveted ability for millennial homemakers. There are several challenges that lie in the path of these aspiring gardeners, specifically lack of space, time and skill.

The Droponic smart planter and plant app solve all of these problems, making it incredibly easy for households to grow their own plants. The Droponic uses hydroponic technology, meaning that the plants' roots grow in water rather than soil. This eliminates any need for large outdoor areas as well as the risk of muddy messes. But what really makes the Droponic special is its connected plant app, which informs plant owners of what exactly their plant needs to flourish, be it more sunlight, water or nutrients.

The Droponic plant app and planter make a homegrown herb garden a very achievable goal.