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Last month we already announced that our PlantHome Pro would be on display at the Floriade in Almere. Last week we paid a visit to this world horticultural exhibition that only takes place once every ten years. In this blog we would like to show you how our PlantHome Pro is doing over there!
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When you hear the word 'lettuce', you may think of a simple head of lettuce or a bag of iceberg lettuce that isn’t very fresh anymore. Yet within the world of lettuce there is a lot more variety than you might think. You can grow no fewer than four different types of lettuce in our PlantHome alone! A well-filled salad is not only refreshing, but lettuce is also very healthy! Lettuce is a source of fiber, rich in minerals and contains few calories. Below, we would like to tell you more about the lettuce varieties that you can grow in the PlantHome and we will immediately give you some kitchen inspiration.

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Do you have experience in indoor vegetable gardening, for example with our PlantHome, or do you rather stick to a traditional vegetable garden? At Own Greens we regularly speak with people who are hesitant to start with indoor vegetable gardening. They often find the concept very interesting, but they are afraid, for example, that growing vegetables and herbs indoors is less healthy than growing them in a traditional vegetable garden. This is very understandable: after all, indoor vegetable gardening is a relatively new concept. In this blog we list three common misconceptions about indoor vegetable gardening and we clearly explain how things really are. Who knows, this might be just the push you need to start your own indoor vegetable garden!
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With grown your own fresh herbs, you not only contribute to your own health, but it is also better for the environment, because your herbs do not have to be transported first. Something you have less influence on is the amount of herbs you have in your house. After all, we cannot control exactly how fast and how well our plants grow 😉
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