Some of us love watering plants, while others couldn't think of anything worse. Whether plant watering once a day, once a week, or never, the Glowpear Urban Garden has a solution to suit your lifestyle.
Plant watering can be achieved either directly through the soil, or periodically top up the reservoir via the fill point.
Our self watering technology makes Glowpear 'set and forget', making gardening that much easier. Watch the videos below to see how you can set up your own self watering challenge!
Select your plants to fill your Glowpear Urban Garden from a wide range of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
Despite its convenient size, the Glowpear Urban Garden features a deceptively large growing volume. So think big when planning your urban garden, inside or out, the possibilities are endless.
When you’re ready to fill your Glowpear with soil, remember to prepare the plot first. Place the two wicking pouches provided into the base of the planter, fill them with soil, compact, and then wet thoroughly. Once complete, cover with the root barrier provided, and you're ready to fill the growing chamber with soil.
We have come up with a range of self watering container mix options that we know will get your Glowpear Urban Garden going. Option 1 - No Mess, No Fuss 2 x 25 L bags of premium organic potting mix (ensure it contains fertilizer, and bark fines) 1 x 5 L Bag of Perlite Mix together and fill the planter, plant soil with seeds or seedlings, then top with pea straw to lock in moisture. Periodic watering with worm tea or organic liquid fertilizer will help to promote flowering and fruiting. Option 2 - For The Hardcore Enthusiast Approximately 30 L...
Soil is one of the most important elements required to grow high yielding, flourishing plants.
A healthy planting soil mix comprising the right balance of pH, nutrients, and aeration can be the difference between gardening perfection and failure, no matter how good the garden or gardener. With this in mind, the Glowpear® Urban Garden is designed to provide premium growing conditions with a minimum of effort so you can rest assured, your plants will thrive, regardless of your busy lifestyle.
Urban spaces where gardens infiltrate can take many forms. They may be in the home, office, bar, café, or store. Often they are on rooftops, balconies, courtyards and patios.
Houseplants can certainly add a splash of colour and style to your home – but there are many more reasons to make them part of your living environment. There’s now some pretty serious science to support the fact that indoor plants are good for your health and wellbeing, whether it’s by boosting your concentration, or helping you sleep. Seven good reasons to make your home a greener place. Breathe easy. Everyone knows plants absorb carbon dioxide, but did you know they can actually remove up to 87% of air toxins in just 24 hours? Not just a wild claim either...
We all know that some ingredients go well together in a recipe (tomato and basil salad, anyone?) but did you know that the same goes in the gardening bed? Companion planting is the art of growing complementary plants in close proximity, and it’s something that all of us can try at home.
The Summer may be done… But not the Basil.
It’s a good problem to have, an abundance of fresh and fragrant summer Basil. So don’t let it go to waste when you’re making way for Autumn crops.