Some time back, I built a small, hydroponic garden in my garage to grow fresh veggies year round. Although I avoided a few hazards of traditional gardening, moving my garden inside proved to have its own set of challenges. I eventually realized that I could better manage my plants if I had a means to continually monitor their condition. Using an Arduino, a few sensors, and a tiny web server, I started collecting and accumulating data about my garden. It didn't take long before the amount of accumulated sensor data became cumbersome to look through. However, after importing the data into Gravwell, I was able to quickly visualize historical sensor information and gain new insights to make my thumb a little greener.