The Parrot Flower Power collects data on soil moisture, temperature, light, and fertilizer. It can send you that data via a Bluetooth Smart signal to your iOS device. Click through for more details on how this sensor can help you care for your plant.

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You can purchase the Flower Power in a variety of colors.

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The Flower Power is self contained. Place it in the soil by your plant and it'll start gathering data.

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It includes the required AAA battery.

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The light on top will blink while it connects with your iOS device.

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It will chart live data right away. Long term charts will populate after 24 hours.

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After 24 hours, you can see very specific data points from any Internet capable device.

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The moisture and fertilizer sensors are on the prongs. The temperature and light sensors are on the body.

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After 24 hours, you'll have recommendations for each category.

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You'll also have a To Do list helping you track your plant care.

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Parrot is also compatible with IFTTT, which can connect various smart devices.

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You can monitor multiple devices with the same app.

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