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Drying herbs and how to use them

Herbs are quite simply the secret to success in the kitchen. Not only do they bring a delicious taste and freshen the appearance of any dish, they also increase the…

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Tips for growing lettuce indoors

Lettuce is an easy, useful and a delicious tasting plant that produces a harvest throughout the growing season. Cultivation requires little more than plenty of light and water. Lettuce leaves…

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10 reasons to grow plants at home

Does the idea of growing herbs and salads inside appeal to you, but getting started feels like a lot of work? In reality, growing your own plants is not only…

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Plantui Lighting: patented technology brings the best out of plants

Did you know? Plants use only 37% of sunlight A Plantui device is optimized to produce the exact light spectrum plants require Plantui’s unique system also provides light to the…

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How to grow chili

Although Plantui’s smart gardens are mostly used to grow herbs and salad plants, there’s nothing stopping you planting chilies in a Plantui indoor garden. However, there’s a few little things…

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Pre-growing: the fast way to healthy and vibrant seedlings

Following the growth of seedlings is a rewarding activity. You get a front row seat for the springtime action of an outdoor garden, even whilst the ground outside is still…

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What are Microgreens?

Microgreens are a quick and simple superfood that always delivers a spring-fresh taste!In a Plantui Smart Garden 6, growing microgreens is easy, fast and hassle-free. Microgreens are small plants that…

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How to grow cherry tomatoes

In addition to varieties of herbs and lettuce, you can also grow cherry tomatoes in a Plantui garden. To get the best possible results, you should keep these few tricks…

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Asian Greens: Tatsoi, Pok choy, Komatsuna, Mizuna

You may have noticed those plants with weird names in Plantui Plant capsule selection: Tatsoi, Pok choy, Komatsuna, Mizuna. Asian greens might seem a bit mysterious, but are absolutely worth…