Botanium is a compact, easy and effortless way of growing. Its a hydroponic pot, which means it grows plants like chilies, herbs and tomatoes without soil. It waters the plants automatically. The result? Faster growth and no need to worry about over or under watering. Leave it for a month and get back to a healthy plant.
Botanium is a simple planter that takes care of the boring parts of growing and lets you enjoy the fun parts. All you need to do is to fill the water tank every now and then, and add some nutrients (included)
What you can grow
Grow herbs like basil, oregano or mint. Or chili, tomatoes or strawberries. Botanium works especially well with thirsty plants that normally would require very frequent watering. Grow guides for different plants are available on our blog.
AUTOMATIC WATERING every third hour
FASTER GROWTH than in soil
A FULL TANK LASTS A SEVERAL WEEKS
Growing in porous stones instead of soil, the plant is automatically watered several times per day with nutrient-rich water. The excess water is drained through the bottom of the growing container and is collected in the water tank so it can be reused.
This growing technique – called hydroponics – is not a new method of growing. It has been around for many years and has been the subject of much research. It is a far more effective way of growing than traditional agriculture, and hydroponic vegetables are therefore becoming more and more common.
Botanium works fine on a bright windowsill as it is, but If you live in a cold and dark country, you need extra light during the winter. But you don’t need a special “growing light” - just put your plant under a standard CFL, fluorescent lamp or LED. As long as it’s not an old incandescent light bulb, the plants will grow, even in the grimmest of winters.
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