This Smart Growhouse with LED grow lights makes sustaining a year-round garden inside of your home not only doable, but beautiful. Features 2 full spectrum LEDs that support healthy vegetative growth and flowering while connecting to the Modern Sprout App for easy and customized programming. Stylish and multi-functional, the Smart Growhouse is perfect for an endless variety of kitchen herbs and leafy greens (including basil, mint, rosemary, parsley, arugula, watercress and many more) plus cacti, succulents and other houseplants. Available in Matte Black and Brass.
- Built-In Grow Light: Our 92 CRI rated full-spectrum LEDs produce a museum-quality lighting, meaning the color perceived by the human eye is true to the plant and not altered by the LED. Eco-friendly LEDs use minimal power and have a long life span. They’re rated for 50,000 hours of usage (an average of 12 yrs.) depending on timer settings. LEDs emit little to no heat and have a conformal coating for water resistance and durability.
- Smart App Enabled: Just plug it in, connect to the app, and customize settings. Includes light on/off settings ranging from 8-16hrs with brightness intensity control. A tranquil 4 ½ minute fade in and fade out mimics dawn and dusk.
- Planter: Features a planter for direct planting along with integrated hanging hardware for wall mounting. Interior is sized to hold about four, 4” potted plants.
- Growhouse with Welded Frame
- Built-in Wall-Mount Hardware
- Operation Manual
- Size: 16.5" W x 15.8" H x 5.5" D
- 92+ CRI Dimmable Full-Spectrum LED's
- 4000K Natural White Light
- Rated for 50,000 Hours of Usage
- Eco-Friendly, Low-Power Usage
- 100-220v 27W power adapter with 6.5' cord
- Smart App Software
- 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty
- Assembled in the USA
Is my Wi-Fi network compatible?
This Growhouse is app-enabled, so you will need a smart phone and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network to operate it.
If you are not sure whether your Wi-Fi network is 2.4GHz or 5 GHz speed, we suggest attempting to connect the Growlight to your Wi-Fi network. If it continues to not connect after several attempts, you can determine whether your router does have a 2.4 GHz network connection by following the steps below. Most routers have the ability to broadcast both speeds - they just aren’t setup with both. Depending on the Wi-Fi router model, there are a couple of different ways to tell if your router is dual band. The best way is to look up your router’s model on the manufacturer’s website. Some wireless routers even have dual band written on the router itself or on the packaging that it came in. ·Another way to tell, is to look at your Wi-Fi network’s name (SSID). Your Wi-Fi router may be broadcasting two networks, with different names to indicate the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. This is a good sign that you have a dual band router. Each router will name the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands differently, but you can generally tell just by looking. For instance, the 5 GHz network may have 5, 5G, or 5GHz as part of its name. The other may have 2, 2.4G or 2.4GHz as part of its name. So if you’ve named your Wi-Fi network “Home”, you might see Home5 and Home2 in the list of available wireless networks. ·It’s also possible that your router is a dual band wireless router that is currently set to broadcast only in one band, meaning that you will only see one network name. Seeing one network name doesn’t necessarily mean that your router isn’t dual band. You need to check your router’s manual or the support section of their web site to be sure. If your router is dual band, the manual or manufacturers web site will have instructions for how to set it to broadcast on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.