Roma-by-Night: For Nocturnal Gardeners

Posted: Jun 30 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:53pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Roma-by-Night: For Nocturnal Gardeners
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It's been a good month since we saw a cool LED-enhanced garden enhancer, so we were overdue for something like the Roma-by-Night pots. These cool-looking containers change colors on a cyclical basis, and have a "watertight power supply".

If you prefer to customize your plant pot light show, it also includes a remote control for just that purpose. I don't think there's any arguing with the product's claim that it's the "first planter in the world with a remote control", though somehow I thought when I would eventually read that statement it would mean that I could remotely control my plant's growth. Now that would be sweet.The pot has several different ambient-style lighting effects, and it is sure to make any garden stand out at night time. It's available exclusive through Feel Good

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