No green thumb? Smart garden systems are helping home owners grow vegetables easily

Ms Anlinna Lim has three towering vertical smart gardens growing edible plants on her balcony.
Ms Anlinna Lim has three towering vertical smart gardens growing edible plants on her balcony.ST PHOTO: MATTHIAS CHONG

SINGAPORE - Nearing meal times, lifestyle coach Anlinna Lim, 37, goes out into her balcony of her four-bedroom condominium penthouse and chooses the vegetables she wants to eat.

And with three towering vertical smart gardens growing over 100 types of plants including kale, mustard green, purple spinach and bird's eye chilli, her options are plentiful.

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