The Click & Grow garden cannot actually be considered a hydroponic or aeroponic device. The growing medium inside the Click & Grow cassette is not water. It is an elegant matrix with the chemico-physical buffer abilities comparable to the best soils in the world.
A lot of people have been asking where our products can be found in retail stores. We have put together a list of stores with addresses for you guys and we will add new locations in the future. So if you need an awesome gift for a friend, family or yourself, you do not have to wait for the delivery guy anymore but you can go and buy the fabulous Click and Grow from the nearest store around.
Here at Click & Grow we believe the next green revolution will be in farming. The question we put to ourselves when we founded this company was, "How can technology change the paradigm of what it takes to have access to fresh produce in environments that are now considered food deserts?" If you live in a crowded city with very limited space or in an area far from arable land and with limited access to water your current options are limited or very expensive. The technology and purpose behind the Smart Farm is to create a product that can provide...
We’re all familiar with the decorative value of indoor plants. They’re beautiful additions to a room and can help to create a sense of comfort. But we often forget to consider the role of plants in creating a healthy indoor environment. Here are 4 not very widely known factors that support adding plants indoors:
1. Plants help to fight colds. When people talk about precautionary measures which help to fight off colds, they usually mention dressing up warmly and occasionally drinking a cup of tea or two. But what about adding plants indoors?
Thanks to our friends and fans, our first smart garden has done well. Today you can find it in more than 50,000 homes around the world. But we've been tinkering our labs to make it even better. And so we're very proud to unveil the brand new Smart Herb Garden.
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.
Snap a photo of your Click & Grow smart garden, post it to our Spring Photo Contest and get plant refills as prizes to grow even nicer plants in the future. 3 winners with most votes get plant refills as prizes, our jury will pick 3 more winners additionally. Contest ends April 24th.
Check out our Spring Photo Contest
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.
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.
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: