Opus Grows’ Grow Real Light Box Makes It Easy To Garden in Any Season
This time of year it’s easy to feel like freshly-cut, fragrant greens are a thing of the past, but Opus Grows‘ line of innovative products makes this incongruous vision a reality. The Opus Grow Real® Light Box is a “living lamp” that harnesses the latest LED “daylight” technology to make it easy for anyone to grow greens in their own home– any time, any season.
The planter can be used to repot one’s favorite succulents, herbs, or any other indoor plants in need of extra light. Opus Mix #1— the organic potting mix that comes with the collection– is suitable for a wide range of plants with its balanced nutrients and good drainage. For those who are so inclined, Opus Grows offers a delicious medley of micro greens (Mustard, Radish, Arugula, Spinach, Kale) in a rustic box that is designed and hand-built in Eugene, OR. (Best of all, the planter is also reusable as it comes with a lid.) With little effort required on the part of the user (other than remembering to water the plants!) the Opus Grow light is a great gift for the holiday season– highly functional, easy to use, and beautiful to look at.
Opus Grows, like GC, avoids GMOs and proprietary hybrids and instead partners with ecologically-minded farmers, gardeners, and seed savers in the Pacific Northwest to source their seeds. (They offer a variety of non-GMO, heirloom, and open-pollinated seeds that are not treated with chemical fertilizers or herbicides.)
With it’s chic, modern finish and ease of maintenance, the Grow Light Lamp is the perfect entree into gardening even for those who claim to have a black thumb. When gardening is made this easy, there’s no reason to say “no”– simply turn on the lights and watch your plants thrive.
To order your holiday centerpiece, visit Opus Grows online.
*This post was sponsored by Opus Grows. The opinions are completely based on the product experience of our editors. For more information visit our Terms and Conditions.
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