Grow indoors, year-round, soil-free.

There's a certain sense of pride that comes with growing your own fruits and vegetables. But who has the time and patience for that? With SproutsIO, you can get this feeling all year long...without any soil and hardly any effort!

Watch your plants grow

SproutsIO is a Kickstarter that will change your relationship with the food you eat...and save you money! SproutsIO is a Wi-Fi-enabled, high-performance micro garden that allows you to grow your own fruits and vegetables right at home, year-round, without any soil.

Using technology normally used in greenhouses (environmental sensors for monitoring plant and ambient conditions, a camera, high-efficiency LED lighting, and an electronic mister), SproutsIO is the world's first intelligent, plug and play, hybrid hydroculture system. Plug it in, download and launch the SproutsIoGrow mobile app, place your seeds in the basin, and the system's camera recognizes what you're growing to give you recommended settings. Add water (just once a month), sit back, and watch things grow.

Seriously, watch them grow, right from your phone with the app. Check on your plants from anywhere, anytime. See pictures of your produce, go through your real-time growing data, and know when it's time to harvest. If your plants need more water, the app will let you know. You can monitor multiple SproutsIOs seamlessly as one garden with the app.

SproutsIO

$559.00

SproutsIO is a Wi-Fi-enabled, high-performance micro garden that allows you to grow your own fruits and vegetables at home, year-round, without any soil, and lets you monitor progress in real-time right from your phone.

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Simple clean-up

Clean up with SproutsIO is easy, in more way than one. Because your plants aren't grown in soil or sprayed with pesticide, there's no need to wash your produce when it's ready to go. Fastest trip from field to plate ever.

When it's time to get growing your next batch of fruits or veggies, you can pop your system in the dishwasher (just remember to unscrew the sensor piece first), and you're good to go.