HelloPlant tells you if your ficus is firsty

Plants, like humen, need food, water, brew, and television. What better style to tell if your plant is hungry or thirsty( or borne) than a little nubbin that sits inside its pot and send you notifications when things are amiss. Thats why you need a HelloPlant.

The system lets you name your plants and then watch them as they grow. When the soil is too dry you get a notification and you can see where the plant is get the best and most lighting. It modifies the notifications based on plant form so you wont have to go digging in plant books for growing advice.

I had an early version of the nubbin and it worked well. However, its pretty much a plant notification system that could use a few more bells and whistles maybe some sort of self-watering system so we can further ignore our chlorophylliac friends? That told at $26 for a single Wi-Fi connected division youre not paying too much for peace of mind. Soon perhaps these things can deliver electrolytes things that plants crave right into the root bundle of your rhododendron.