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Who doesn’t want fresh arugula, kale and bok choy growing on their countertop? Skip the grocery store and consider indoor gardening to get healthy microgreens from the comfort of your own home. Ingarden makes indoor gardening easy, accessible and sustainable. The Ingarden Ocean is the newest addition to the company’s line of hydroponic systems and is a lightweight, more affordable option. The countertop indoor garden is made from upcycled ocean waste plastic and helps remove 30 plastic bottles from our oceans. Oh, and we found a special pre-order deal for you!
Following the success of the Ingarden classic ceramic indoor garden, the company has returned with an even more sustainable option. Right now, you can pre-order the new Ingarden Ocean and save 30% with this early access deal. Typically $159, you’ll ring up at just $110. You’ll also be able to choose the microgreens you’d like to grow, including a radish mix superfood, arugula superfood, kale superfood, red cabbage superfood and more.
How does an Ingarden indoor garden work?
To use your indoor garden, you simply place three seed pads into the system, pour water over them, press the LED timer button and wait seven days. The automated timer for the LED lights ensures optimal light absorption and only uses 15 watts, making it especially energy-efficient.
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What makes the Ingarden Ocean indoor garden special?
The launch of the new Ingarden Ocean upcycled ocean waste plastic edition enhances the brand’s sustainable mission by using long-lasting, environmentally-friendly materials. One Ingarden Ocean helps to remove 30 plastic bottles from our oceans. The original Ingarden classic indoor garden is made from stainless steel and ceramic, the seed mats are 100% backyard compostable and the packaging is made from recycled (and recyclable) paper or cardboard.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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