#GreenJanuary is in full swing and we’re excited to hear about the amazing plants you’ll start growing this year.
In case you’re undecided on which plants to grow, here are a few examples to inspire you…
Vitamin packed greens
One of the newest additions to our plant pod range. Pak Choi is a great source of vitamins A, C and K, Calcium Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese and Iron.
High in fiber, protein, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc and lutein. A powerful, tasty green.
One ounce of dill offers 43 percent of the vitamin A you need in a day, and 40 percent of the recommended amount of vitamin C. You also get 18 percent of the manganese, 11 percent of the folate, and 10 percent of the iron.
High in vitamin A, C, K and a multitude of other healthy minerals and vitamins. On top of that, Arugula is easy to incorporate into any meal for a healthier diet.
Rich in vitamin A, C, K & K2. It can also help maintain a healthy pregnancy and contributes to healthy skin. Furthermore, its high water, mineral and fiber content help to improve digestion.
Very easy to maintain and splendid to look at. Watch for their vivid red, fuchsia, orange, white, and purple flowers.
The best way we could describe Polka Dot Flower is that it’s a ‘low maintenance, beautiful stress reliever’. You won’t regret planting these.
A flower that adds vibrant color to any living space. It’s leaves erupt in a wide array of rich hues, from yellow to red to purple. A true masterpiece.
An eye catching, colorful flower that will bring positive vibes to your room. Grow these all year round.
It’s delicate, sweet smelling flowers will improve the aesthetics of any living space. These flowers are also very easy to grow and require very little care.
Choose our Experimental Plant Pod if you want to use our Smart Soil to grow your own seeds. It contains an advanced version of our Smart Soil that will boost the sprouting and growth of any plant you want to experiment with.
Whether you are looking for the healthiest greens or flowers to grow indoors, there are so many possibilities. Head over to our plant pod page for a full list of plants you can grow this year. Also, keep a lookout for new additions throughout the year.