Growing Herbs Indoors In Provera's Mini Power Plant

How great it is to have fresh herbs available when you're cooking up a storm. It's just so much fun to go out into the yard and clip a few sprigs of thyme, basil, oregano, cilantro... But not everyone has a yard with fresh herbs growing in it, do we? And spending $3 to $4 for one small package of herbs just kills you, even when you can afford it.

Well, Prepara, a company that makes indoor grow lights and hydroponic growing containers, has a solution for growing herbs and other small plants from seed. It's called the Prepara Mini Power Plant and it won't just save you money on small quantities of herbs, it works fast.



The Mini Power Plant is a hydroponic system, which requires no soil, only water and nutrients for the plant's growing conditions. And your herbs, or plants, or flowers will sprout 50 percent faster than if planted in soil.

The Power Plant system includes a spongy plant-growing medium, as well as plant-growing nutrient. Place your seeds in the spongy material, pop it into the Power Plant and then add the nutrient mixed in water into the Power Plant's container.  Place it on a sunny window sill and plug it into an AC outlet. (If you don't have a sunny area, Prepara sells a Power Grow Lamp that's a good investment if you are serious about having fresh herbs and spices all year round.)



When the seeds sprout, in about 4 - 5 days, you place little humididomes over the sprouts. When the plants hit the roofs of the humididomes, you can remove them and let the plants grow on their own or re-pot them, and use your Power Plant to sprout more seeds.

The Power Plant is superb for apartment dwellers as well as those with houses, who just don't have the time to germinate plants outdoors. The Provera Mini Power Plant comes with everything you need to get started. You can get the Power Growth Lamp as well.

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Mar 22, 2009
by Anonymous

im sorry

im sorry but toby you realy need to re-read over your work before posting it... or at least use a spell/grammar check or some kind. it was a great article and i am deff going to buy one of these but it was just a little hard to read through.

Mar 22, 2009
by Jill Harness
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I want one

I saw these the other day and have wanted one since.