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Smart Gardening: Everything You Need To Know

When you finally have a home to call your own, you want to make sure that every inch of it is well taken care of. And when you get to the backyard, you soon realize that smart gardening is something that you’re going to have to become familiar with. Don’t fret though, because once you get into it, you’ll actually find that it’s something that you’re going to take great pride and joy in, and it will probably even become your favorite pastime. Because of the advances in technology, you’ll find that there are many ways to get into smart gardening in a way that utilizes this technology. 

If you’ve never heard about it before, we’re going to give you an introduction to what smart gardening is all about.


You probably already have an idea about what irrigation is. This is a system that is installed in your garden to water the grass and plants at a scheduled time. The problem with the standard irrigation system is the amount of water it uses. It’s been found that too much water is wasted, and this is becoming an issue. This is where smart irrigation comes in. Smart irrigation systems are different and will suit your garden needs better because, first and foremost, you’ll be saving a considerable amount of water. Another amazing feature of a smart irrigation system is that, unlike the normal version, you don’t have to set up the schedule for when it works. The features of a smart irrigation system include weather monitors, assessment of the condition of the soil as well as the intake of water in the soil and plants. This allows it to release the perfect amount of water to the plant when needed. 

Indoor Gardening

If you’d like to have an indoor garden, then the smart option is certainly the way to go. This is a dream for anyone who isn’t that great at gardening but still wants to have fresh vegetables and beautiful plants in their kitchen or around the house in general. Basically what a smart indoor garden does is take care of itself, in a nutshell. There are 3 kinds of indoor gardens and include hydroponics, soil-based, and aquaponics. You can pick whichever one you feel will suit your needs best. The hydroponic only uses water to care for the plants, which the aquaponic uses water and fish as well to retain nutrients and take care of both fish and plants. Finally, the soil-based uses soil to grow the plants in question. These indoor plants also have LED lights acting as an alternative to sunlight to help the plants grow. Indoor smart gardens have features that allow you to know what the temperature is at any given time, notifies you if you need to water it or make any kind of changes to the plant, and also provides statistics to ensure that everything is the way it should be. 

Smart Mowers

Smart mowers are all the rage because quite honestly, there’s nothing as time-consuming as having to mow the lawn, but it’s something that needs to be done. You basically need to set up a barrier of low voltage wires around the area that you want to be mowed so that the mower can know where to stop and turn to continue the mowing process without you having to keep an eye on it. These mowers are also wireless and can be charged using a charging unit that is provided when you purchase them. They’re extremely safe as the front is covered and the blades are only small enough to cut the grass, which makes it a great option to use if you have children or pets. You can connect the mower to an app that allows you to control it, or even set a specific time for it to start the job on any given day.

Smart gardening truly is the future because it allows anyone to take on the responsibilities of gardening, especially those who don’t have the time or just don’t have the knack for it. These items are made to be environmentally conscious as well as extremely convenient. You no longer need to neglect your backyard or even keep yourself from the idea of having fresh fruits and vegetables just because you think you’re not experienced in gardening. Smart gardening gives you the intricacy and details to allow you to just sit back and watch it all happen, with little to no input to make sure that everything is going well.