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Meet your new plant guardian!

Meet GAIA!

GAIA is your new plant guardian, that helps you care for your indoor plants!

We've all killed plants for forgetting to water or watering too much, GAIA helps you be sure your plants are always properly watered!

Different Plants, Different Needs

Indoor plants have different moisture needs. Some enjoy dry (such as Snake Plants), some medium moist (such as Peace Lilyand some like totally wet conditions (such as Elephant Ear).

You get to adjust GAIA according to your plant needs.

Plant Database

It's Simple

Growing plants, and water sensors don't have to be complicated!

GAIA will light up when it's time to water your plant. Simple.

Plants are green companions with many health & wellness benefits. GAIA simply fosters a more connected relationship between you and your plants.

Reflects You!

Customize GAIA in whichever way you like. GAIA is designed to reflect your personality, which your plant will absolutely love.

You can let your inner artist shine, or you can order multiple faces (like the special editions) and collect different ones for different occasions.

FAQ

What is a suitable post size for GAIA?

GAIA is suitable for any indoor pot with a height between 3.5 inches to 8 inches.

For Succulents, we suggest pots with a height between 3.5 inches to 6 inches. We want to make sure the soil for your succulent is dry enough before watering.

How should I water my plant with GAIA in my pot?

You should always water around the pot to make sure the soil is evenly moist. The majority of the indoor plants prefer to have it watered until the water comes out of the drainage holes. As a rule of thumb, most plants need a pot with good drainage to prevent root from rotting.

What kind of battery does GAIA use?

GAIA uses a CR2032 coin button battery, and most local retail stores will carry this type of battery.

How long do the batteries last?

The batteries last approximately 6 to 9 months depends on the watering habit and the plant's environment. If you neglect your plant by not watering when GAIA alerts, the batteries will only last 2 to 3 weeks. 

How come we use batteries and not solar panels?

We would love to use solar panels and be as environmentally friendly as possible. Unfortunately, we were not able to source a suitable solar panel that works with GAIA. In the future, we hope GAIA can run on sustainable energy.

In meanwhile, we are researching ways to make the whole product and the package biodegradable. 

How can I get my hands on one?

We just recently ended Kickstarter campaign and are looking to make a small scale batch. You can make sure to enlist your email and we will contact you to order