Added by on 2020-01-26

As many of you have asked, we finally are doing it! A comprehensive review and overview of the click and grow system. We have been using the system for about 6 weeks now and we are definitely pleased with the growth and the smells that come from that fresh growth! We howevr did run into some snags with the system and we feel that we should let you know about them since they are a bit more than little issues. Enjoy! Send mail to: PO box 131 Marysville, MI 48040 450+ varieties of Heirloom & Non-GMO Vegetable seeds .99/pack, fertilizer, garden tools, blog & More: http://www.MIgardener.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener Instagram: http://instagram.com/MIgardener G+: http://plus.google.com/+MIgardener Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/MI_gardener Tumblr: http://tumblr.com/MIgardener Related PostsA “Smart” Herb Garden? Click & Grow ReviewCLICK & GROW SMART GARDEN UNPACKING AND SETUP | urban and indoor gardening The Daily WondersSetting Up an Automatic Indoor Garden | Customizing a Click and Grow systemReview: Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Ultra LED Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed KitAeroGarden 7 Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Kit & Grow Anything Kit Bonus PacksGrow food at home with this Indoor Garden: Click & Grow Robot Garden

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19 Comments

  • Jamie 3 months ago

    Great video thanks.

  • U should have thinned the plan

  • Theses machines are way too expensive in my country, 410 us dollars for machine and 27 us dollars for refill is way above my budget for few herbs

  • Shaun Hawkins 3 months ago

    in your original video you mentioned that you did not want to support miracle grow aerogarden but did not specify a reason; i was curious what your thoughts were on miracle grow aerogarden vs the click and grow? thanks for your reply! great information and videos!

  • LOVES DIY 3 months ago

    If mine would ever come.

  • Rúna á Steinamørk 3 months ago

    Is it OK to eat the basil when it has that moldy problem at the base?

  • M. Karbaschi 3 months ago

    Nice informative video.
    Just make your videos a bit shorter.
    Thanks

  • Jensen Homestead 3 months ago

    Did you try growing anything else in there? Might be cool to see what other things you could start

  • Nadesican 3 months ago

    Nutrients are a built in problem with this type of pod – it's got a set amount built in and when they're gone, they're gone. Plants in this system won't make it long term without help.

  • J. Ryan 3 months ago

    Thanks for this informative review. I'll stick with Aerogarden.

  • fooleyqooley 3 months ago

    have you experimented putting different soil inside it or seeds?

  • Lorenzo Sanchez 3 months ago

    enough w the thumbs up OVER USED. Also, u talk too much without saying much.

  • It took you 5 minutes before even starting the review, bored me to death and I had to stop the video.

  • Joshua 3 months ago

    The mold looks like mycelium? No?

  • Caitlin Wright 3 months ago

    Im a beginner and i have 5 of these Lol none of mine have mold or black like yours do. I do find it weird that you dont know why its doing this when you have a channel dedicated to all this? Idk just seems weird.
    Personally i LOVE click and grow Ive got 5 systems, bought the wall mini(holds like 36 plants) as well as 2 of the system 9 that come out in July! Im so excited. They are the easiest way to grow! no work needed. Its January 9th 2017 and ive got 9 tomatoes and 6 strawberries on my plants. Im bummed you didnt have a good experience with it But i think everyone is for sure different! i really have so much damn basil and im ready to chuck it LOL

  • James McCluksey 3 months ago

    as long as one eats who cares. One could have nothing.

  • Cyrano Don 3 months ago

    are you high?

  • Anton Åkerström 3 months ago

    If you don't mind me asking, what's "official" about this review?

  • chisafin1961 3 months ago

    I have the same problem with lemon balm inside in a regular pot.  The leaves turn black around the edges and they get very leggy.  They eventually die off.  My thoughts are maybe they don't like to have wet feet and becoming root bound is also a problem for them.