The growing chamber inside occupies half of a typical French door-style fridge and can accommodate roughly 45 plants, depending on what you grow (cabbage can be a real space hog, after all). Plants come in self-containing pods full of soil that fit snugly into slots on the shelves. Individual irrigation spouts line the trays and pull water through a filtration system in the bottom of the fridge, which is connected to your plumbing like you’d expect for an ice maker. QR codes on the plant pods tell the fridge what kind of seeds live within so it can dish out the correct amount of water and light. Pods could contain all of the same plant, or a mixture of herbs that go well together.