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Object of Desire: Light Box from Opus Grows

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Object of Desire: Light Box from Opus Grows

July 13, 2017

Grow light or art object? Eugene, Oregon-based Opus Grows has created both with a single planter light box:

Powered by LED light, a Grow Real Light Box comes with a reusable wooden box and &#8\2\20;varieties of non-GMO, heirloom, and open-pollinated seeds&#8\2\2\1; (including radish, arugula, and kale). It is \$\149.
Above: Powered by LED light, a Grow Real Light Box comes with a reusable wooden box and “varieties of non-GMO, heirloom, and open-pollinated seeds” (including radish, arugula, and kale). It is $149.
The grow light comes with organic potting mix. Take the lid off the box and use it as a tray after planting.
Above: The grow light comes with organic potting mix. Take the lid off the box and use it as a tray after planting.

N.B.: If you’re shopping for a stylish grow lights set up, see our 10 Easy Pieces: Grow Lights for Indoor Plants. Or skip the grow lights and stick with our 9 Best Houseplants for Low Light.

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