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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998f) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998a) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998d) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998b) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998e) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4953998c) The Glowpear plant pot Designer creates self-watering plant pot, Melbourne, Australia - Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt74 A keen gardener who wanted to grow his own food from his apartment in the heat of summer has invented a self-watering plant pot so he never forgets to keep them hydrated. Lloyd Fenn's innovative Glowpear Urban Garden holds 13 litres of water in a base reservoir and only sucks up water when the plant needs it. Previously his own attempts to grow produce in the inner city of Melbourne, Australia, highlighted a lack of time and space to properly grow his fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. However, now he only needs to water his plants as rarely as once a month in the summer - and even less often in cooler climates. The Urban Garden, which costs Ј128, is filled up either through the soil or directly into the water reservoir through a fill point. The self watering then works through wicking - where water in the reservoir is drawn up by capillary action as and when the plants need it - defying gravity.
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