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Soon to come

Hey all and a happy starting year. Just wanted to let you know, what we have in store for you for the coming year. At the moment we are sowing and packing 7 new plant cartridges. We hope that they will be ready for order from the beginning of February 2012. Stay tuned! Our selection for this spring will feature: Thyme - great for making tea or spicing up pizzas Coriander - a cosmopolite among spiceplants. Fast growing, tasty and healthy Parsley - a tasty and healthy addition to any kitchen windowsill. Garden sage - a medicinal plant for making...

Soon to come

Hey all and a happy starting year. Just wanted to let you know, what we have in store for you for the coming year. At the moment we are sowing and packing 7 new plant cartridges. We hope that they will be ready for order from the beginning of February 2012. Stay tuned! Our selection for this spring will feature: Thyme - great for making tea or spicing up pizzas Coriander - a cosmopolite among spiceplants. Fast growing, tasty and healthy Parsley - a tasty and healthy addition to any kitchen windowsill. Garden sage - a medicinal plant for making...

Plant lamps

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.

Plant lamps

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.

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

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.

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

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.

Grow Lamb’s Ear, Garden Sage, Coriander and Parsley with Click & Grow!

We are thrilled to announce that 4 new plant cartridges are available for the Click & Grow smartpot. You can now effortlessly grow Lamb’s Ear, Garden Sage, Coriander and Parsley.

Lambs’ Ear

Click & Grow Lamb's Ear

Grow Lamb’s Ear, Garden Sage, Coriander and Parsley with Click & Grow!

We are thrilled to announce that 4 new plant cartridges are available for the Click & Grow smartpot. You can now effortlessly grow Lamb’s Ear, Garden Sage, Coriander and Parsley.

Lambs’ Ear

Click & Grow Lamb's Ear

Growing into a gardener. Collecting and growing seeds.

Exploded Busy Lizzy seed pod

All plants grow seeds. Some do it only very rarely. Seeds are a mechanism for evolution - when cloning reproduces identical plants, plants grown from seeds are a combination of the genotypes of the mother and father. Every combination is slightly different and this is the base for breeding new plant varieties.  

Growing into a gardener. Collecting and growing seeds.

Exploded Busy Lizzy seed pod

All plants grow seeds. Some do it only very rarely. Seeds are a mechanism for evolution - when cloning reproduces identical plants, plants grown from seeds are a combination of the genotypes of the mother and father. Every combination is slightly different and this is the base for breeding new plant varieties.  

How to care for your painted nettle

After posting a picture of Martin’s (our production manager) painted nettle on our Facebook wall, several people contacted us with questions how the plant grew so viable and beautiful.     [Martin’s viable and beautiful painted nettle] As we are interested in providing the best possible smart gardening experience to our customers, we’ll share a couple of easy tips on how to the get the most out of your painted nettle. Find a spot with good light conditions Good light conditions are essential to growing a viable plant. Overall, we recommend that Click & Grow plants get at least 6-8...

How to care for your painted nettle

After posting a picture of Martin’s (our production manager) painted nettle on our Facebook wall, several people contacted us with questions how the plant grew so viable and beautiful.     [Martin’s viable and beautiful painted nettle] As we are interested in providing the best possible smart gardening experience to our customers, we’ll share a couple of easy tips on how to the get the most out of your painted nettle. Find a spot with good light conditions Good light conditions are essential to growing a viable plant. Overall, we recommend that Click & Grow plants get at least 6-8...