Your plants can now communicate with you whenever they need water.
Hanging plants concept double as air filters for small apartments.
A team of scientists has unlocked a new food source derived from non-food plants. Could this be the cure to global hunger?
Click & Grow's Smart Herb Garden grows all sorts of tasty greens automatically.
AeroGrow, which creates self-contained gardening units, provides a near autonomous planting system, distributing water and nutrients every few weeks while providing a constant light source 18 hours a day.
Parrot calls the Flower Power a "smart wireless sensor" for plants that tracks sunlight, humidity, temperature and fertilizer using a variety of sensors.
Get excited piña colada fans: did you know that there's a whole team of scientists working to perfect the signature flavors in this mixed drink? Sure, some researchers are working on cures for cancer or whatever, but these folks get to mess around with pineapples that taste like coconuts all day long.
The Re-Feed device could easily pass for a concept coffee maker, except what it makes is plant food: it liquefies your leftovers and pumps it directly into your flowerpots, all while sitting on your countertop.
Anyone with a green thumb will tell you that plants need both water and light to grow, but finding a nice sunny spot in most homes can be tricky. Belgian sculptor Stephen Verstraete has come up with the perfect solution, by putting his houseplants on robotic carts that automatically seek out the sun as it moves around the house.
Isn't this pretty? It's a little fruity berry type thing called Pollia condensata, from Africa, and it's the shiniest thing on the planet. We're talking "shiny" like Firefly shiny: something brilliant and awesome and sparkly that lasts forever, because there's no actual pigment going on in there: the color is structural, like a butterfly wing, and will never ever fade.