Mint in March
Live up north? Your windows face walls? You can still grow dill in December, fennel in February, and cacti or watercress all winter by hanging Sarah Burrows and Nick Behr's good-looking grow light over them. The baltic birch housing holds eight full-spectrum LEDs with brightness control and a three-setting timer to help seedlings and plants flourish. Its bright, natural sun-like light fades slowly in and out at the pre-set times to mimic dawn and dusk.
Hang or flush-mount it anywhere in your home with the included handware—under a shelf or kitchen cabinet, or from a ceiling. With an average life span of 12 years, it uses minimal power, produces very little heat, and has a special coating for water resistance and durability. Materials from US and China. Assembled in Chicago.