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  • Last week we asked our fans and customers to snap a picture of their smart garden and participate in our Spring Photo Contest. We are really excited to see that so many smart gardeners (is this a new term in the making?) have such a beautiful plants and that they shared them with the World. 

    Winners were authors of pictures that got the most votes, and our jury picked 3 more winners additionally. It was not an easy job to do because there were so many beautiful entries! All receive their favourite plant refills as prizes.

    Here are the winners with comments from our gardener Priit.

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    Winners of our Spring Photo Contest

  • Just about this time 3 years ago a company called Click & Grow was founded. The founder, Mattias Lepp, had a grand vision - to change the way how plants are grown around the world. As the story of how the idea behind Click & Grow was formed is actually quite peculiar itself, lets take a look back..

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    Happy birthday Click & Grow!

  • As someone with a track record of being able to kill a cactus, I was obviously the perfect choice to test out the Click & Crow’s new smart gardens, although I call them pots. No pun intended. So basically, if those poor plants survive me, the company could sell these pots to… well, pretty much to everyone. You could buy the pot for your daughter and let her imaginary friend take care of it.

     

     

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    Ambassador Ardi - someone with a track record of being able to kill a cactus!

  • To begin with, let me give you a bit of an introduction…

    My name is Vanessa and I am one of the Click & Grow brand ambassadors. I originally come from Estonia (which by the way, makes Click & Grow even more special and close to heart for me!), but I haven’t really lived there for the past 7 years. I’ve spent quite a bit of time living in Italy, Hungary & the US. Working as a consultant for a marketing consultancy means long hours and a lot of travel – typically I go on business trips on a weekly basis.

     

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    Greetings from the Click & Grow Ambassador Vanessa!

  • Plants & Light

    Hey all! I've had a lot of questions lately about suitable plant lamps. So here is a tiny commented list with suitable products. If you are interested - check them out!

    1. Plant LEDs - Check here. Blue and red leds are the most energy efficient plant lighting technology. A bit expensive though. Additional lighting with leds will produce heavy crops fast, but the purple light might not suit with all interiors.

    2. Energy saving bulbs - Like this one. Almost every energy saving bulb will do! Best are the ones emitting "cool white" spectrum. You can find them in every hardware store and they fit almost all lamp sockets. A great and budget friendly technology, which will speed up plant growing.

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    Plant lamps

  • Lately I have had lots of questions about how to increase yields and get the most out of a Click & Grow flower pot. As watering and fertilizing are taken care of (we have spent years on the "really best" programs), the most impressive effect can be achieved with hardcore lighting.

    So what is the meanest lighting technology out there? I will put here a comparison table with luxes (light power in lumens per square-metre). Take a note, that the more light a plant will get, the faster it will grow. It is almost impossible to have too much light. For example commercial busy lizzy growers recommend at least 15 000 lux for 8 hrs a day. But this is hardcore.

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    How to get the maximum out of your Click & Grow?

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    Application period is now over. We have chosen 20 testers and will keep you posted on any interesting news.
     

    If you love plants and technology - and we know many of you do - the following might be of interest. We are looking to recruit a small international team of friends and fans to help us test new plants and technologies. 

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    Enthusiastic product testers wanted