LeGrow Indoor Garden Inspired By LEGO Blocks

LeGrow smart garden is inspired by Lego or Minecraft as its blocks look similar

LeGrow smart garden is inspired by Lego or Minecraft as its blocks look similar

Indoor gardens are gaining more and more popularity, and there are more and more options that people in big cities may use. Today we are sharing one more cool idea you may like.

Designed by Chinese industrial designer Haobin Lin, the LeGrow was initially conceived to introduce his own daughter to gardening and add an element of nature into her life. It seems ideal he took this idea and converted it into a modular, cubic shaped planter system with identifiable similarities to LEGO or .

Similar to LEGO blocks, each element of the LeGrow system serves a purpose in promotion of growing and maintaining healthy plants. Pots are the building blocks of the Smart Garden, each outfitted with an internal water reservoir designed to control the amount of water available to each plant.

LED Lamp blocks feature dual-bulb designed to help promote growth, even in windowless rooms, low-light environments, and the winter season. Rated for a maximum of 50,000 Lux and producing a 3000 K color temperature, this element plays the role of the “sun” for the purpose of photosynthesis. 360° Humidifier is designed to replicate mist in a natural environment and provides additional moisture for plants to prevent drying out.

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Each pot has a water reservoir and there's an artificial sun so that you could grow plants in low light aambiences

Each pot has a water reservoir and there's an artificial sun so that you could grow plants in low light aambiences

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Each pot includes USB ports for charging your devices, which is cool

Each pot includes USB ports for charging your devices, which is cool

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Such a system will be a great idea for those who live ina  big city or just for an office

Such a system will be a great idea for those who live ina big city or just for an office

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You can make different configurations for LeGrow, so get inspired

You can make different configurations for LeGrow, so get inspired

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