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    A plant growing in a Click & Grow is almost carefree, but all other houseplants need a little more attention. Today I would like to share with you two great sites that help to understand your plant-pet better.

    Don’t forget about your other plants!
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    Don’t forget about your other plants!

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    Basically, the Click & Grow fertilization system is a mineral-organic hybrid.

    We reproduce normal "soil" conditions by decomposing organic components by microbiological means. The same mechanism happens in nature - leaves fall and are turned back into soil. This natural plant feeding process is boosted by our hi-tech mineral release system. The latter uses nanotechnology to supply plant roots with elements that are currently in minimum (see picture). This eliminates most of the plants diseases and ails caused by bad nutrition. 

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    The Click & Grow fertilization technology

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    Basically, the Click & Grow fertilization system is a mineral-organic hybrid.

    We reproduce normal "soil" conditions by decomposing organic components by microbiological means. The same mechanism happens in nature - leaves fall and are turned back into soil. This natural plant feeding process is boosted by our hi-tech mineral release system. The latter uses nanotechnology to supply plant roots with elements that are currently in minimum (see picture). This eliminates most of the plants diseases and ails caused by bad nutrition. 

    The Click & Grow fertilization technology
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    The Click & Grow fertilization technology

  • What is this peculiar thing that we call the Click & Grow World map? The answer is simple. It's a map of modern gardeners around the world!

    The interactive map itself can be found HERE




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    The Click & Grow World

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    Stevia or "Sugar Leaf" might not be the poshest representative of the plant kingdom - no bright flowers or coloured leaves, but this plant has some inner qualities that once tried are hard to forget.

    Sugar Leaf - The Natural Sweetener
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    Sugar Leaf - The Natural Sweetener

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    Stevia or "Sugar Leaf" might not be the poshest representative of the plant kingdom - no bright flowers or coloured leaves, but this plant has some inner qualities that once tried are hard to forget.

    Sugar Leaf - The Natural Sweetener
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    Sugar Leaf - The Natural Sweetener

  • Winter has arrived unexpectedly, as usual. In most places around the world it means that plants need much more care than normally. During winter, the most complicated issue for plants is lack of light.

    What’s interesting is that people understand the necessity of light differently. A lot of our customers from Brazil complain that they don't have enough light there while customers from Norway confirm they have more light than necessary to grow their plants. We should bear in mind that plants feel light in their own way, not the way we do. How could we know, whether our plant has light enough for sprouting and growing? 

    Here are some pictures of our customers’ plants and you can clearly see that the plants bend towards the light, desperately searching for it, stretching and suffering from the light stress: 



    Light, light, light!
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    Light, light, light!

  • Winter has arrived unexpectedly, as usual. In most places around the world it means that plants need much more care than normally. During winter, the most complicated issue for plants is lack of light.

    What’s interesting is that people understand the necessity of light differently. A lot of our customers from Brazil complain that they don't have enough light there while customers from Norway confirm they have more light than necessary to grow their plants. We should bear in mind that plants feel light in their own way, not the way we do. How could we know, whether our plant has light enough for sprouting and growing? 

    Here are some pictures of our customers’ plants and you can clearly see that the plants bend towards the light, desperately searching for it, stretching and suffering from the light stress: 



    Light, light, light!
    Tips and Tricks

    Light, light, light!