Water Garden 2.0 — fish tank that grows herbs & sprouts
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Meet the new Water Garden (formerly Aquafarm) — a self-cleaning fish tank that grows organic herbs and sprouts. In this low-maintenance, mini aquaponics ecosystem, the fish feed the plants and plants clean the water — no water changes required! Perfect as a hands-on family or classroom project, or a unique gift for the pet or gardening enthusiast in your life.
Beautifully redesigned 3-gallon fish tank features:
- Elegant curved edges
- Double the growing space and seeds
- Custom Grow Pods for easy planting and harvesting
- Improved Grow Bed for optimal water circulation
- Convenient tank access to customise your fish friend home
- Height: 34cm, Width: 24cm, Length: 34cm, Weight (empty): 3.2 kgs
- Capacity: 3 Gal ~11ltrs
Includes everything you need to get started:
...just bring your own fish and water :)
- Food grade acrylic tank, grow stones and gravel (multi-colored)
- Natural fertilizer and aquarium water conditioners
- Fish food
- Silent, submersible water pump
- Australian Organic Seeds (*seeds are not delivered to WA/TAS & New Zealand)
- Assembled in Australia with local and imported components
What's new in Water Garden 2.0?
Now you can grow double with more space + seeds for your crops and convenient access to harvest them. Elegant curved design that allows 360 views of your ecosystem, with easier access to style your aquarium anytime... and a free refill of fish food and natural fertiliser on your 1st online reorder.
What plants can I grow in my Water Garden?
We include organic wheatgrass and snow peas seeds with every Water Garden to start your organic farming. If you’re looking to grow other plants, leafy greens and herbs work best. We recommend parsley, coriander, mint, rocket, mixed greens, and other varieties of basil.
What types of fish can I keep in my Water Garden?
We recommend betta fish, as they are especially hardy. Other tropicals like Zebra danios and guppies also work well at numbers of two to three per tank — depending on how cold it gets in your area and home you might need a heater when choosing tropicals. Other cold water options: white clouds and small goldfish. The Water Garden is not suitable for fish that are particularly sensitive to fluctuating ammonia and nitrite levels. If you decide to keep goldfish, please make sure you have a larger tank to move them to once they outgrow the 3 gallons!
How many fish can I keep in my Water Garden?
If you have a betta, you can only keep one per tank, as they will fight if kept with other fish. If you’re keeping other peaceful fish, the general rule of thumb is 1” of fish per gallon.
Does it comes with everything you need?
Yes water garden comes with everything you need, except the Fish and waterRead all FAQ's
The Science Inside
Water Garden is closed-loop Aquaponics system. This farming method uses the waste of the fish to grow plants and clean its water:
Fish waste produces Ammonia (can be toxic if accumulates)
Beneficial Bacteria in Water Garden converts ammonia into nitrates
Plants use Nitrates as food to grow, and clean the water from Ammonia