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Click and Grow Smart Garden 9 First impressions

Testing our click and grow for the first time
We received our new Click and Grow Smart Garden 9 yesterday as a Christmas present.
The Click and Grow is a smart garden that grows organic fresh herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers inside an appartment with a minimum of effort. Therefore, it uses a led lamp, smart capsules and water to grow plants inside.
First of all, we wanted the Click and Grow Smart Garden 9 because we were disappointed about the poor quality of herbs in the supermarket. Furthermore we also wondered how to grow plants inside during winter and how we could eat more healthy and organic. We ordered our Click and Grow 9 on the site of Click and Grow and received it 2 weeks later.

On the box it came with the following quote:
“if you want to be happy for a month, get married. If you want to be happy for the rest of your life,
become a gardener”

Unboxing and setting up the Click and Grow Smart Garden 9.

After the unboxing, the only thing we had to do is place the lamp on top of the smart garden and plug it in.
The capsules delivered with the click and grow are extremely easy to use. First, we placed the capsules with the smart soil in the plastic goblets and clicked them into the click and grow. Next step was to fill it with water and wait … until we can eat our fresh, organic and house grown vegetables. We are growing tomatoes, peppermint and strawberries.

click and grow smart garden 9 capsules how to

click and grow smart garden 9 capsules how to

In total, it took us 10 minutes to get our click and grow up and running.
We have set up our Click and Grow Smart Garden 9 in the kitchen but we are thinking to move it to our stock room because the light is very bright. You can use the click and grow in any small and even dark place to grow your own fresh plants.
We’ll keep you posted!

Beside our Click and Grow we are both passionate about Gardening indoor or at an appartment so check out our other Apartment Garding tips and the Xiaomi Plant Sensor review