Aspara indoor gardening platform launches in US

Aspara by Growgreen - an in-door hydroponic smart grower system that helps you grow fresh and healthy-to-eat vegetables, fruits, and herbs, officially launches its IoT-based indoor gardening platform into the U.S. marketplace. Growgreen has been operating in Hong Kong since 2016 and is now available in North America at leading home goods retailers, including Lowe’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, Macy’s, Wayfair, and Kohl’s, as well as on Amazon and HSN.

Founded by Dr. Humphrey Leung, Aspara brings the beauty and bounty of nature indoors by growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers at home, indoors better and faster.

“We are thrilled to officially introduce Aspara into the U.S. market - the ultimate ‘green thumb’ aid that enables users the ability to watch beautiful vegetables, herbs, plants, or flowers come to life, regardless of the season,” said Dr. Humphrey Leung, Founder, and CEO. “We are committed to leveraging technology and environmentally friendly measures that enhance home planting while also embodying a healthy living lifestyle and creating a sustainable business that serves society.”

The Aspara platform includes advanced technology and sensors that provide the best environment for plant growth. The IoT capability also enables users to easily check-in and monitor the development of their indoor garden even while away. Additionally, it connects to the Aspara mobile app for remote monitoring, step-by-step guidance to successful planting, and sharing with friends and family. The platform also includes unique plant programs that are specific to each plant species. Everyone can therefore easily grow vegetables and fruits, and herbs in their own home without soil, regardless of experience level.

For more information:
GrowGreen
www.grow-green.com 


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