Introducing new plants for January

I think most of you are looking for something new and fresh to start the year. Here’s what Plantui wanted to offer for you: four new plants for your healthy meals! And guess what? They all belong to the Fast Growers group!

Watercress

Watercress is one of the healthiest plants you can imagine! It has very high nutrient density (click to read) and a fresh, peppery flavor. You can use it fresh or very shortly cooked. Young stems are tender and as edible as the leaves, so you don’t need to remove them. Food waste reduced!

Read more about Watercress: http://plantui.com/product/watercress/

Watercress blog

 

Pok choy Red

Red pok choy tastes as good as the regular Pok choy, but has a vivid color. Try growing both types of pok choys together! One has white stem and green leaves, the other light green stems and purple leaves. So pretty!

Read more about Pok choy Red: http://plantui.com/product/pok-choy-red/

Pok choi Red blog1

 

Two kale varieties: Kale Curled Green and Kale Lacy

We are very happy to offer you Kale plant capsules, actually two different varieties of Kale! They look really nice when growing together. Kale is known to be very healthy, but I also want to emphasize how good the small, young leaves taste. We can assure you these kales are deliciously crispy and have a mild flavor (unlike the big kale leaves you may have tried). I will write a blog post dedicated to Kale soon.

Kales 34 blog

Picture: Kale Lacy and Kale Curled Green at 34 days old.

Read more about Kale Curled Green: http://plantui.com/product/kale-curled-green/
Read more about Kale Lacy: http://plantui.com/product/kale-lacy/

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Elisa Majara

I'm the gardening specialist at Plantui. I graduated from HAMK University of Applied Sciences in Lepaa, Finland majoring in Horticulture. During my studies I became interested in urban agriculture in all its forms, and also special herbs and vegetables. I like to explore and read exciting articles about plant biology and the importance of plants in our lives. My own personal favorite herb is chervil.

Contact: elisa.majara@plantui.com

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