The art of gardening is a fickle hobby. One season may bring mutant cucumbers and resilient tomatoes only to be followed by a spring of dying cacti. Yes, I killed a cactus, it is possible.
Still, gardening takes time, patience, and dedication…until now. They’ve invented an app for that.
Yes, what was once a time-honored process of trial and error can now be measured by a sensor you stick in your garden and sync with your smartphone.
Somewhere a renowned horticulturist is rolling in their grave.
The app has a library of more than 6,000 plants and works best when allowed to mingle with all kinds of plants. So, you will have to put forth the effort to move the sensor around to different parts of your garden from time to time.
This is how the plant apocalypse begins in case any one wants to know. It starts with a garden mapping app, and ends with the finale of “Little Shop of Horrors.” Stop and smell the roses while you can.
We all know how this ends…