OGarden thinks your plants might like to take a ride on the ferris wheel too. This rotating indoor garden gives those of us without the space or climate conditions we'd need to grow our own food in a VegTrug outdoors the chance to cultivate a fat crop of veggies right in the kitchen. Or front and center in the living room if you think the OGarden is as magnificent to look at as I do.
Consuming about as much room as a small desk, the OGarden is able to grow up to 100 plants in its 11 square feet of wheel interior planting space. A central light source drives their photosynthesis, with the wheel's slow rotation ensuring all sides of the plants get equal exposure. OGarden says this method produces stronger plants with denser leaves. Which means a great big ol' salad for dinner every night for you.
For better or worse.
Some examples of potential OGarden bounty include lettuces, cabbage, Swiss chard, kale, endive, parsley, leeks, fennel, celery, basil, and "other fine herbs." OGarden's words, not mine.
The OGarden is largely self-contained for feeding as well as light - about 5 minutes of watering and / or maintenance from you are required per day. The wheel delivers organic liquids to the plants when their leaves are facing downward to promote health and growth. Typically, green leaf vegetables are ready to harvest in less than 30 days from OGarden planting.