The pods can be stored for about one year when kept in dark and dry conditions and at a normal room temperature (up to 26 °C / 78 °F) – this also applies for packs that have already been opened.
Can you reuse click and grow pods?
Does Click And Grow Work If I Use Different Soil And Seeds? The Click And Grow system is designed to work with the Smart Soil that comes in the plant pods. However, you can certainly reuse the pods with a range of different growing mediums.
How do you make pods for Click and grow?
- You’re going to need:
- Optional extras: Compost Bin.
- Step 1 – Pour Soil into your Plastic Container.
- Step 2 – Pour Compost into your Plastic Container.
- Step 3 – Add the Soil Bloom (Optional)
- Step 4 – Pour your mixture into a nursery bag.
- Step 5 – Sprinkle your seeds ontop.
How do you grow your own plants in Click and grow?
You just add the seed of your chosen plant into the soil and click the pod into the smart garden like you would with any other Click & Grow plant pod.
Do you have to use pods with smart garden?
Many people experiment with their own seeds and soil, some with success. I’m sure that in the case they stopped producing pods you could still use the garden with your own soil. Yes, plants that grow too big for the garden can be planted elsewhere.
How long do plants live in click and grow?
Plants growing in a smart garden generally have a life cycle that lasts between 2 – 6 months.
Can you transfer click and grow plants?
Transplant your plants: Click & Grow Smart Garden – YouTube
How do you use Click and Grow 9?
- Insert the plant pods. Our plant pods are biodegradeable and contain no harmful chemicals.
- Add water. The Smart Garden 9 has a 4 l/135 oz water tank, which holds enough water for up to one month.
- Plug it in and enjoy.
What is a smart garden?
A vegetable or herb garden that is controlled by computer. Although farming and gardening have been enhanced with computers and electronic devices for decades, the smart garden often refers to small, indoor units that by various means determine when to alert the user to add nutrients.
When should I change my click and grow Wick?
The rule is to replace wicks if they fail to transport water to the plant pod. Also, it is important to make sure it is a wick problem only (not caused by rootbound etc). Wicks are meant to last for 2 years, after that the ability to transport water may be reduced (but still enough for plants to grow).
How long does it take click and grow to sprout?
Majority of Click & Grow plants sprout between 1-2 weeks. Mini tomato, chili pepper and rosemary can take up to 3 weeks to sprout. Herbs sprout faster in warmer temperatures up to 30°C. Room temperature for heat sensitive plants should not exceed 24°C.
How do you clean Click and Grow cups?
You can clean your plant cups using dishwashing detergent, a sponge and warm water. Hard water can make the water tank difficult to clean. A warm water and vinegar (4/1) solution will help make the water tank look brand new again.
How do you clean Click and Grow Wicks?
It’s worth a shot to soak the wicks in a warm and mild food vinegar solution to help dissolve the limescale. However, if that does not help, you should replace the wicks with new ones.
How do you refill click and grow?
How To: Click & Grow Smart Garden 3 Set-Up – YouTube
Click & Grow Smart Garden: 2 years later – my review update
How-To Change Your Click & Grow Plant Cup Wick – YouTube
Click and Grow Transplanting & Clean Up – YouTube