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Click and Grow Smart Herb Garden Review and #Giveaway


        With the weather cooling off quickly here in Michigan, I have to start bringing in the plants I can attempt to keep through the winter.  I also start growing my indoor gardens to provide fresh and healthy food to my family for the winter months.  I love growing huge garden full of some really great fruit and vegetables as it is my way of ensuring I can provide for my family. I easily do so using the Click and Grow Smart Gardening Systems.

        A while back this awesome gadget caught my eye and I knew just had to have one.  "The Click and Grow is designed to bring life into urban homes and spread the joy of growing something on your own, even if you have never been blessed with a green thumb."  For growers of all levels, this gadget is beyond easy to use and helps grow a variety of plants.  If you don't have a green thumb but would love even the smallest garden or plant, this will help you each step of the way!  This awesome gadget monitors your plant and dispenses an exact amount of water, nutrients and oxygen.

        This way if you are inexperienced with plant life, you don't have to worry about over watering or knowing how much fertilizer to add.  You can also still grow while traveling and not worry about coming home to dead plants.  Though, honestly one of my favorite things about this is that I don't have to worry about dirt!  The Click and Grow uses a Smart Soil and what's especially awesome is this smart soil and technology uses "no GMOs, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides, plant hormones, or any other suspicious substances".  So for the tree huggin hippies like me, you can rest easy that your plants are safe!
        I was sent over the Smart Herb Garden Kit to review and couldn't be more thrilled than to add to my collection of Click and Grow Gardens!  The Smart Herb Garden starter kit includes everything you need - 3 Basil cartridges and the unit with sensors, light, and a special water reservoir.  The plant cartridges each have seeds, nutrients and smart soil.  If you are interested in growing something other than basil, Click and Grow refill cartridges are available.  You can grow other herbs like mint, thyme, stevia, parsley, or lemon balm; Grow fresh fruits like tomatoes or strawberries;  Or if you prefer a plant, grow the moving mimosa plant which is new!

        Once it arrives there is very little set up and little to no maintenance.  Every once in a while the special reservoir will let you know when you need to refill it with water.  Once your plant is grown all you need to do then is replace the cartridge to start a new plant!  We are constantly starting new plants and rotating out the full grown ones to bigger pots for continuous growth indoors.  This way we always have something fresh to munch whether it's warm or cold outside.

        Click and Grow is constantly trying to improve and bring customers the best technology for their homes and families!  They've created an experimental refill cartridge where you can grow anything your heart desires.  You aren't limited to what they have to offer, all you need is your own seeds and the refill cartridge with the same smart technology you are already growing in.  This is the next generation of plant care which absolutely anyone can use!

Cost/Available to purchase:  $59.95 Smart Herb Garden
Recommendation:  You know this might seem like an expensive purchase for a garden gadget this small but definitely not when it comes to quality.  I don't think the purchase price is all that outrageous for all that it does plus once you have the kit the replacement cartridges are fairly inexpensive!  Of course if I have my way, I'd like to see it a bit cheaper so the every day person will actually give it a try or maybe some good sales here and there.
Facebook: Click and Grow  Check out their special Birthday Bash going on right now for all sorts of special deals in celebration!
Twitter: @clickandgrow

Giveaway: Click and Grow is going to give THREE of A Lucky Ladybug's very lucky readers a Click and Grow Smart Herb Garden to try of their own! Starts 10/13/15 @ 9 PM EST
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68 comments:

  1. I'd love to grow my own Basil. I'm always cooking with it, so it would be great to have it fresh and handy.

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  2. While a bit pricey, I'd still consider it because growing your own herbs is cheaper in the long run. And you're guaranteed fresh herbs everyday. When shopping there are times I pass up the herbs I find because they are already dying. I'd mover this. Thanks for the review. how long does it usually take grow before replacing it ?
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. Nice review.I love using fresh herbs so this is perfect!

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  4. This would be wonderful to have as my children love to plant things and grow them. It would make the house smell wonderful. Reminds me of my childhood when I spent days at my grandmother's

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  5. I would choose the Mini Tomato Refill for Smart Herb Garden. We love fresh tomatoes and these would be great in salads.

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  6. I'd get the basil refill because I cook with basil quite frequently.

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  7. I would love to win , since I moved into an apartment its hard to grow fresh for the whole family with little space avaliable .So having something like this I know I can be adding healthier foods to my cooking,

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  8. I would choose basil as y first refill because I use it in everything.

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  9. My first choice would be the basil reflill. I love using basil in my cooking but it is not hardy and I have a hard time growing in outside in New England.

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  10. I want to grow herbs to cook with more flavor. Growing tomaotes year round woudl be awesome too. I would use this in my family room.

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  11. I grow herbs in pots all summer and then bring them in in winter. Have been successful with basil and rosemary so far. I'll keep them in my kitchen.

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  12. i wouls choose mini tomatoes, because i love tomatoes of any kind, shape, or color

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  13. I couldn't resist trying the wild strawberry, although the tomato and the thyme (for all my chicken dishes) are also obvious choices. As is more basil! For all my tomato sauces.

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  14. I'd love to win this to grow my own herbs and fruits. I'd like to put it out on our enclosed patio.

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  15. This thing is awesome! Thanks To you Lucky ladybug I discoverd it and Have bought one and added tomatos and straberries refills during their sale!
    j1man1r66@etex.net
    Jennifer Rogers

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  16. I would use the Strawberries at my first refill, love fresh fruit and herbs. How wonderful it would be to have them all year.

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  17. I want to win this to see if i have a green thumb,i would want to grow tomatoes and peppers

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  18. I would love to win this so that my family and I can have something fresh in the dead of winter, I would proudly display this right on my kitchen counter. Thanks!
    trishden948(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. Adding fresh herbs to food adds flavor, better than store purchased herbs...or so I've been told!

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  20. I would choose the Thyme as my refill or maybe the Parsley. I always end up buying alot of herbs for my cooking.

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  21. Frost warnings here and it's time to think about indoor gardening.

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  22. I think fresh herbs add something extra to the taste of a dish.

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  23. It is so cool that you don't need dirt to grow these beautiful herbs. Imagine, having my own fresh herbs all winter long.

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  24. I shall,keep,this wonderful garden I the den

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  25. I love the idea of,the experimental refill cartridge so that you can grow anything you desire

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  26. I love the basil refill and use basil quite a bit. I get tired of finding wilted basil in the expensive packs I buy in the stores.

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  27. Tonight when I made a pasta sauce I was wishing I had this garden with the fresh herbs to do to,the sauce.

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  28. How cool is this? Easy peasy.
    Compared to buying your own fresh herbs all year long the price is more than reasonable.

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  29. I might place this in my kitchen so that the fresh herbs are always nearby.

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  30. I love the idea of having fresh herbs very day. they would be both fresher and cheaper than buying them.

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  31. I think that seeing something growing and green is beautiful and it makes a house fresher and makes you feel great that something is growing that you can use, I love the idea of herbs and that you can pick them straight off the plant and use them, thank you for sharing this idea with us

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  32. I would like to grow my own stevia instead of having the purchase the processed stuff.

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  33. I would love to win the herb kit so I can have fresh herbs to cook with. It will be a nice change.

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  34. I would love to win as I am an avid gardener. I miss my little garden in the winter. I could also use this to start seeds, I have always wanted one of these, it is so nice.

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  35. my first one would be the mini tomato because i love snacking on them. the wild strawberry is tempting as well!

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. It would be so exciting to grow my own herbs and be able to use them whenever needed.

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  37. I've been wanting to start a container garden with herbs--this would be perfect.

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  38. It would also,be great to grow fruits such s strawberries

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  39. I love the idea of growing flowers in the winter time...makes the days seem less cold and blah!

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  40. I love the idea of growing my own herbs and other edible plants.

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  41. I woud love any kind of mint. I have a favorite recipe that uses mint.

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  42. I want to have a new hobby and this might be it--i want to see if my thumb is green

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  43. Having fresh herbs on hand and available to cut will make any meal taste better.

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  44. I want to win because being a gardener I miss plants growing during the long cold winteer. I also like you caan start plantss.

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  45. This would allow me to use the freshest herbs in my cooking.

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  46. I would love to have a small piece of summer freshness in my home during thee cold winter months. Cooking would be so nice with fresh instead of dried herbs.

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  47. I would probably choose the Thyme Refill for Smart Herb Garden it is hard to choose though they are all great choices but I love to use fresh thyme when I cook it is so much better than dried some herbs are better fresh than dried in my opinion

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  48. I would pick the wild strawberry one. We loves fresh fruit.

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  49. i would love to try the wild strawberry or the tomato one!

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  50. I would love to win the herb kit .i have never grew anything and would love to start !

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  51. Everything I would cook would benefit and greatly improve in taste from fresh herbs.

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  52. It would probably be between the

    Mini Tomato Refill for Smart Herb Garden (3-pack)
    $19.95 and the Chili Pepper Refill for Smart Herb Garden (3-pack)
    Simply because those are two of those, that we would use the most!! My little girl loves little tomatoes and i'm a big fan of peppers ;)

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  53. This is such a great idea! I would choose the mini-tomato refill first because it would be so nice being able to have fresh tomatoes whenever we want.

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  54. It's really hard to pick just one refill - but I think I'd have to be unselfish and pick the catnip refill for my kitty, Noonie. This is something she'd just love and since she's AWESOME, I'd have to pick that one. That being said.....I'd also be interested in the peppermint and the stevia as well as the strawberry!

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  55. I would like the basil refil best. I love cooking with fresh basil. Entering on aluckyladybug.com

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  56. I want to win so I can finally be successful at SOMETHING green without dying! LOL.

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  57. Hubby will only eat homegrown tomatoes. I cannot wait to try this Click and Grow garden. He is thrilled with the idea of fresh veggies and herbs! We would put it in our window and enjoy it every day!

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  58. We would get Strawberries, Tomatoes, and then herbs. Hubby will only eat fresh tomatoes and fruits! Love this system!

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  59. There are so many great ones I'd like to try for various reasons... catnip because I have 4 cats, lavender because I hear it helps keep mosquitos away, strawberry and tomato because I'd just eat them all up LOL Herbs for cooking.. but if I had to try one to start with I'd go with strawberries

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  60. I would really like to try the mini tomatoes first.I'd love to give them a go.

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  61. I would love to be able to grow my own herbs that I cook with a lot. I even see you can grow Stevia which I think is cool. I would put this in my kitchen in the window.

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  62. I would love to grow my own mint, strawberries or tomatoes! So many to choose from!

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  63. I would get the Wild Strawberry Refill for Smart Herb Garden (3-pack)! I am obsessd with strawberries, so it is a given!

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  64. I would try the wild strawberries because they are one of my favorite fruits.

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  65. I would pick the chili pepper refill we eat of lot of peppers.

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  66. After herbs I would love to grow my own strawberries

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  67. I love them all but my first choice would be the lavender refill as I've read a lot about using natural essence oils and lavender is supposed to be calming and smell great!

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