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2. Name your plants
1. Insert the plant pods
3. Fill the tank
Let’s get started!
4. Plug the garden in
Pour water into the tank until the water
level indicator reaches the top of the
garden. Don’t overwater. It’s time to
refill the tank once the water level
indicator reaches the bottom of it.
Your garden will start running the
minute you plug it in. To make sure the
lamp isn’t bright when you sleep, plug
your garden in during the morning. This
will set the lamp’s automatic cycle of
16-hours on, 8-hours off to your
The Smart Garden comes with two
lamp arm extensions, which should be
used to raise the lamp when the plants
start reaching it. Simply lift up the lamp
and add the extensions between. Push
the lamp back on to the extensions
and you’re good to go.
NB! When starting with new plants
remove the extension so that the lamp
is back in its lowest position.
Notice that the Smart Garden comes
with a narrow groove on the tank,
lamp and extensions. The groove is
designed to hide the power cord for a
sleeker and cleaner look. Simply push
the wire into it and lock it from the
bottom of the tank.
5. Fit the power cord
6. Use the lamp arm
extensions once the
plants reach the lamp
50.7 us fl oz / 1.5L
Remove the Smart Soil pods from their packages
and insert them to the plant cups as shown above.
Click the U-shaped lids in place and add the clear
Germination domes create a greenhouse effect
and help your plants grow. Remove the domes
once the sprouts reach them.
3x germination dome
3x Smart Soil pod
3x U-shaped lid
3x plant cup
1x water tank
2x lamp arm
Keep track of your plants by labeling
each plant cup. The plant cups are
reusable so use a washable marker or
a sticker to be able to change plant
names on your next growing cycle.
How does it work?
The user-logic of the Click & Grow gardens is similar to that of Nespresso
and Keurig capsule coffee machines only instead of coffee capsules, we
offer biodegradable pre-seeded plant pods through our website.
Whenever you've used up your edibles, replanted your flowers or feel like
it's time to try a new plant, head to clickandgrow.com to order refills.
The easiest way to always have plant pods on hand, is to subscribe to
automatic deliveries through our website. Save in time and money!
Head to our online store and choose from a variety of herbs, fruiting
plants, salad greens, flowers and other decorative plants. We are
constantly improving our selection. To be the first to know about
upcoming plants and receive special offers, subscribe to our mailing list
on the website.
*Just a few examples of the plants available.
Go to support.clickandgrow.com
for help and support.
Welcome to your
Smart Garden 3
You can expect sprouts to appear in 1–3 weeks.
Personalize the lamp cycle.
Pro Tips for A Perfect Garden
Remove the germination domes once the plants have sprouted.
Adjust the lamp height with extensions when the plants start reaching it.
Letting the plants grow too close to the lamp is not good for them.
Keep the float level with the top of the garden by adding water when it
reaches the bottom of it. Make sure not to overfill!
Keep the plastic plant cups and domes. They are reusable for your next
Different plants grow at different paces, so some of them will sprout within
a week, while for others it may take up to 3 weeks. Be patient!
The lamp has an automatic cycle: 16 hours on, 8 hours off. The cycle starts
the minute you plug your lamp in. To reset the lamp’s schedule, unplug the
garden and then plug it in at the time of day when you want the cycle to
start. Easy as that!
Your garden comes with a full warranty.
In the rare case your garden has any defects, let us know!
We’ll exchange it for a new one within the first 12 months from purchase.
Please help us to track the faulty unit and understand at which point in
production the anomaly occurred, by providing the units serial number
when contacting support. It is on the bottom of your garden. Plant pods
serial number is on their package. In any case, our support team is happy
to assist you!
Plant care tips:
prefer growing at temperatures from 64 to 79 °F (18 to 26 °C).
Herbs like to be cut! First harvest is feasible usually after 3 weeks of
planting the pods. It is a common rule to leave at least two pairs of true
leaves to grow, soon there will be more to harvest. Use sharp scissors for
a cut, don’t tear the plant. Never allow herbs to grow so tall that they will
reach the lamp. They might get burnt. Most herb pods will last at least for
Tip against food waste!
Extend using time by drying
harvested herbs on a clean paper towel at room temperature, hidden
from direct sunlight. Store it in a sealed jar until next cooking.
prefer warmer temperatures up to 79 °F (26 °C). If
multiple seeds germinate per one pod, leave one seedling to grow per
plant pod to ensure enough space and nutrients for the plant to grow.
Once your plant is flowering, it needs to be pollinated by hand in order
to produce fruits. For that, gently shake your plant or carry pollen from
one blossom to the next with your finger or with a small brush.
Flowers and other decorative plants
do not require much care. It is only
needed to remove some withered leaves or flowers for more beautiful
looking plants. Expect first flowers in about 50 days after planting the
pods. Foliage decorative plants, except trees, can be trimmed in order to
keep them full and low.
prefer growing at temperature range of 64 to 72 °F (18 to
22 °C) for best performance. Higher temperatures will decrease germi-
nation. For best quality it is recommended to harvest greens 30 to 35
days after planting - all at once. If you prefer harvesting periodically by
cutting off larger outer leaves first - do it within the first 40 days to avoid
decreased plant quality.
Tip against food waste!
Extend using time by
storing harvested greens wrapped in moist kitchen towel in a fridge.