How fun is this?
It’s a fish tank,
it’s a garden,
This newfangled countertop-gardening gizmo has the “neat-o” market cornered.
In a nutshell, it’s a self-cleaning fish tank that grows food.
None. All you do is feed the fish.
Nope. It’s soil-free (the plants grow in clean pebbles).
Um … smell?
Not a whiff except for the sweet scents of flourishing herbs and greens. (Almost sounds too good to be true.)
So, how does it work?
“This closed-loop eco-system uses the fish waste to naturally fertilize the plants above,” explain Aquafarm’s inventors. “In turn, the plants clean the water for your pet fish.”
The ready-to-grow kit, which is made in California and sells for about $60, includes everything you need to get started, from organic seeds to fish food, and you also get a discount coupon for your first fish from Petco.
Are you thinking what I’m thinking?
Kids and Christmas!