The Sunflower and the Garden

Having indoor plants is a wonderful addition to any home but how can you keep them healthy indoors? Sadly, it can be difficult to provide indoor plants with the amount of daily sunshine they require. Putting plants next to a sunny window can result in a cluttered windowsill or moving your plants around to different rooms.

There’s nothing more rewarding than a green thumb and keeping it that way takes a lot of hard work! When plants receive regular watering’s and ample sunshine gardens can grow beautifully, but even when you diligently water you can’t control the sunshine… until now!

With the Sunflower heliostat you can have plants anywhere you like and still provide them with ample sunlight. By using a solar controlled mirror this product tracks the sun and shines it inside for you and your plants to utilize and stay healthy. Vitamin D is essential to support our immune systems, brain, and nervous systems while plants need a full spectrum of light to grow and flower.

When you can bring the sun to your plants they can be placed anywhere! Whether you need an indoor pop of color or a garden addition to your kitchen the Sunflower heliostat can help light your plants every day, even in those cold winter months!

 Our Study

Using the area sweep mode we performed a study on tomatoes. Some tomatoes were grown with a regular amount of sunshine while ours grew with additional sunlight reflected by our Sunflower.  We found that both tomato plants grew and flowered around the same time, but the ones lit by the heliostat were much larger than the others.

Grown using the Sunflower



Want to do your own gardening experiment? Email us for a special discount and to share your results with us!

About the Author:


  1. I have a problem with part of your article but I still think its really informative. I really like your other posts. Keep up the great work. If you can add more video and pictures can be much better. Because they help much clear understanding. :) thanks

    • admin

      Hey Stacy, thanks for the comment and the input! We are always open to constructive criticism, if you mind my asking what you would suggest or dislike? We would love to hear your feedback! If you don’t feel comfortable posting it on here, you could also e-mail us at Thanks again! :)

Leave a Reply

× seven = 42

* Copy This Password *

* Type Or Paste Password Here *