Do you want to be able to grow lettuce, spices and herbs - all year round?
Do you miss the opportunity to grow outdoors?
Do you want to grow but don't have "Green fingers"?

You must try hydroponics!

Cultivation takes place in nutrient-enriched water instead of soil. The plants' root systems are in constant contact with the water and nutrients, which means that they do not have to search for it in the same way as in soil. This means that the plants become surface efficient and grow larger in a shorter time. The oxygen that the plant & roots need is obtained either through an oxygen pump that oxygenates the water or by leaving an air gap between the water surface and the plant where the plant forms special aerial roots.

Grow indoors and outdoors

It is possible to grow with hydro systems both indoors and outdoors. Keep in mind that outdoor growing only works in the warmer season. You can bring the cultivation inside when the cold starts to creep in. Many start hydroponically indoors and then move outside either hydroponically or replant in soil for an earlier and more abundant harvest. However, you should not take plants from soil to hydroponics, the risk of bringing in unpleasant bacteria or pests is great.

A smart system for the home grower

Hydroponic cultivation is perfect for those of you who like to grow at home - on the balcony or as a supplement to your garden plot. The big advantage is that it only takes a few minutes to get started and no previous experience is needed. It is therefore a perfect system for those who do not have green fingers! It is difficult to water to death a plant that lives in water.

  1. Big harvest fast. 
    When you grow hydroponically, the plants grow faster and bear fruit earlier. It goes up to twice as fast. The harvest is generous with little input and on a small surface!

  2. Grow different plants in the same cultivation
    If you want variety and grow different types of vegetables and herbs, you can do it in the same cultivation - without separate boxes.

  3. Avoid soil spills indoors. 
    Since hydroponic cultivation requires no soil, you don't have to deal with soil stains indoors or on the patio. You also don't have to lug home expensive and heavy soil bags.

  4. Complete your gardening.
    Grow hydroponically when there is a lack of space in the garden or when the season is coming to an end and it is starting to fall.

  5. Less problems with diseases and pests.
    As the substrate is not organic, there are fewer problems with pests as these often depend on soil for their life cycle.

  6. Minimal maintenance.
    Just fill up with water and nutrients and harvest.

How do I get started?

Our goal is to make it easy and cheap to get started. That's why we've made a couple of starter packages with slightly different content, so you'll find one that fits your ambitions. You can easily and cheaply build your own grow box. See here how we did it. We also have ready-made systems if you want to get started quickly and easily or just try it out.

Place the box in a bright window or outdoors. Also buy for plant lighting, which is needed during the darker season. Once the box is in place and you have filled it with water, you can with a clear conscience leave the box to its fate and follow the development of the plants. Avoid running with the watering can and control the soil's moisture. The hydroponic grow box almost takes care of itself.

Suitable plants for hydro systems

It is possible to grow many types of plants with hydroponics. However, it is agreed that leafy greens and herbs are best suited. Here are some examples of easy-to-grow plants in a hydroponic growing system.

• Lettuce, preferably one that grows a little higher, eg romaine lettuce
• Mangold
• Basil
Chili fruits
• Dill
• Cilantro

The new way to farm!

Discover the benefits and simplicity of hydroponic growing. Hydroponic cultivation is also better from an environmental point of view and requires no dangerous fertilizers that leak into nature. No transport of soil. All the water and nutrients you add will benefit your plants. At the same time, you avoid the mess with soil indoors.


Here you will find what you need to get started!