“Butler” is specialized for plant growth by creating a natural-like environment water and sunlight. “Butler” was designed for people who work under stress. This system can effectively help you protect your plants.
More and more people are turning to houseplants as a way to add tranquility to their household. Coming home to a quiet, thriving houseplant after a long day helps one remember to breathe easy both literally and figuratively. Not only do houseplants produce oxygen, but studies have shown that they positively impact productivity in the workplace and decrease feelings of stress. Taking care of a houseplant should be a joyous experience, but with a busy work week, many people don’t want the added responsibility of keeping a plant alive which is why I created this product.
People love plants because they enjoy looking at them and caring for them. Plants can boost your mood and alleviate depression and anxiety. When you living in a big city and busy around and you work a lot. sometimes you obviously forget to do things. You forget to water is, or you forget for a couple of days and then you.
Growing a plant is not an easy task, people should take time to care the plants. We need to know how much light plants should get. What is the right amount of water? How often should the plants be watered? The answers to these and many other questions make planting complicated.
“Butler” is specialized for plant growth by creating a natural-like environment water and sunlight. “Butler” was designed for people who working under stress. This system can effectively help you protect your plants.
As you know, all plants depend on the sun for survival. a large number of tests and studies shows that many plants will grow normally if given both red and blue light. Grow lights in “Butler” attempt to provide a light spectrum similar to that of the sun.
Water is held in the tank by atmospheric pressure. The water tank can provide more than two weeks. Your one job is to refill the water tank whenever it gets low. A full tank lasts for about two weeks or more. depending on the temperature and humidity of the soil.