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Growing Plants in Plantui

Which plants can I grow in my Plantui indoor garden? 

 

You can grow a diversity of plants in the Plantui indoor garden. Whether that’s sage from the Mediterranean, perilla from China, basil from the tropics of Africa and Asiaor one of the many other varieties. 

Our selection includes plants from around the world from a range of different growing conditions. Keep reading to find out how it’s possible to grow all these plants in the smart garden. 

The intelligent technology of the Plantui indoor garden optimises plant growth 

 

  • Our high-tech LED-lights provide the right kind of light to bring out great taste as well as high nutritional content. 
  • The automatic watering system provides just the right amount of water. 
  • Carefully selected nutrients support plant growth and ensure they receive all necessary trace elements. 

This carefully designed technology means that despite their differences, all plants thrive in our smart indoor gardens. The growing conditions for the plants are in a way even better than nature, making the plants much tastier and healthier. With a Plantui garden, summer is four seasons long! 

Growing Plantui plants 

 

The seeds of Plantui’s plants are contained in small plant capsules made with rockwool, and this is also the medium in which plants will grow. 

Starting with Plantui’s plant capsules is an easy alternative for taking your first steps with growing plants. If you are more experimental, you can grow plants from your own seeds with the Plantui Experimental Kit. We recommend trying out a variety of plants to see what you prefer to grow in your Plantui garden.  

Choose your favourites from our selection of over fifty different plants.  Each plant capsule package includes three capsules plus plant nutrient. 

All Plantui plants that are available as capsules can be grown in both the smaller Plantui with three slots as well as in the larger Plantui with six slots

The Plantui Smart Garden 6 can also be used for growing microgreens and for pre-growing plants (with the help of accessory trays, purchased separately).