5 Easy Ways to Grow Your Own Personal Rise Garden
Have you ever if it is possible to grow your own personal rise garden?
Plants like herbs grow in a solution of water and nutrients instead of dirt. Self-contained units can be small enough to fit on a counter or big enough to need a whole greenroom.
The rise has three other, bigger sizes of the indoor garden: the Single Family Garden, Double Family Garden, and Triple Family Garden, which can be used by more people. The Single Family Garden is a stand-alone unit that is 36 inches wide by 16 inches deep by 39 inches tall.
Each size up from there adds an extra tier to the model and costs an extra $200. It can hold another 12 plant All four of Personal Rise Gardens’ models use pods filled with seeds and nutrients to grow plants.
The pods are about the same size as pods in a Keurig or Nespresso coffee machine. Starter kits come with eight seed pods (the Personal Garden can hold up to 12), as well as a month’s worth of hydroponic nutrients. Each machine comes with a starter kit.
Rise sells extra seed pods and nutrients that you can buy if you want to grow different types of greens. There are also subscription options. In addition, the gardens can connect to 2.4GHz Wi-Fi networks and work with an iOS or Android app.
The design of the Rise Garden
Small enough to fit almost anywhere, the Personal Rise Garden is made of wood and has a light wood design with a white shelf and a white light. It can match almost any decor. In fact, thanks to the built-in light, this model doesn’t even need to be near a window. You can grow herbs all over your house (as long as there’s an outlet near the power cord).
To get more water for this hydroponic garden, there is a panel in the lower left corner that you push. There are lights on the front of the machine that blink when it needs water, as well as alerts in the app.
How To Set Up Personal Rise Garden
Then, you might be wondering how to start building your own Deep Water Culture hydroponic system. This is what you need to know.
If you thought it was hard to do, it’s not!
For one plant, you can use a 5-gallon bucket. From the picture above, you can see that this setup is very simple.
Prevent Your Plants From Root Rot
Keeping your water neutral is a great game-changer.
Also, pick plants that love water instead of putting succulents on the personal rise garden
It will definitely give you a headache!