Grow Hydroponic!

Households & Private use

Households do usually not have the space to set up a bigger hydroponic farm. We would love to show you systems that will work with small spaces also. Therefore we recommend the following plants for hydroponic growing:

Greens & Leaves:

Ruccola
Bok Choy
Broccoli
Celery
Chilli
Eggplant
Kale
Gours Pumpkins
Cucumber
Lollo Rosso
Green Oak Leaf Lettuce
Red Oak Leaf Lettuce
Peppers
Peas
Cherry Tomatoes
Spinach
Stevia
Strawberries
Zucchini
Mizuna

Herbs:

Basil
Coriander
Chives
Fennel
Dill
Lemon Balm
Mint
Rosemary
Ruccola
Thyme
Oregano
Parsley

Edible flowers:

Begonia
Calendula
Viola
Nasturium

For your pets:

You  love your pets and your pets will love the Hydroponic plants! With fresh herbs, planted in your Hydroponic growing system, you give them a great opportunity to get  what they need to stay healthy and to get a fantastic fur. Here are some plants your pets will love:

Catmint
Barley grass
Oat grass
Bur clover
Tall fescue
Common Vetch


Restaurants & Caterings

For Restaurants, Catering Companies and small Bio Business we recommend to grow the following hydroponically:

Greens & Leaves:

Catnip
Ice Plant
Mangold (Rainbow)
Red Spinach
Sorrel
Red Veined Sorrel
Morning Glory
Mizuna
Mangold

Herbs:

Bronze Fennel
Hyssop
Watercress
Oyster Leaves
Basil
Purple Basil
Red Basil
Mint
Lemon Balm
Coriander
 

Edible Flowers:

Snapdragon
Rue Flowers
Viola
False Shamrock
Begonia
Calendula
Perilla Shiso
Flax Blue
Nasturium
Chinese Carnation
 


Commercial Use & Farmers

For professional users and farmer, who have the possibility to set up larger hydroponic systems, we recommend the following plants:

Greens & Leaves:

Bok Choy
Lollo Rosso
Oak Leaf Lettuce
Spinach
Stevia
Mustard leaves
Mangold (Rainbow)
Red Spinach
Red Veined Sorrel
Butter Lettuce
Green Oak Lettuce
Mizuna

Herbs:

Basil
Coriander
Lemon Balm
Dill
Red Basil
Purple Basil
Mint
Vietnamese Lemon Mint
Oyster Leaves
Cress
Bronze Fennel
Fennel
Watercress
 

Edible Flowers:

Snapdragon
False Shamrock
Rue Flowers
Viola
Passion Flower
Begonia
Calendula
Perilla Shiso
Flax Blue
Nasturium
Chinese Carnation

Advantages of Hydroponics Growing


  • NO WEEDS

    Because of growing flowers and other plants in a sterilized growing medium there are no weeds to overtake the garden.

  • LESS SPACE

    There is no need for a huge yard to grow flowers using hydroponics. In fact, there is no need for a yard at all. Because the grower controls the amount of nutrients the garden gets on a consistent basis, one can grow a greater number of flowers and plants in less space while using far less water than a traditional soil-based garden requires.

  • FASTER

    One of the main advantages of a hydroponic system is that plants are growing up to 35% faster than in soil.


  • MORE

    • More efficient use of water and fertilisers
    • With a good nutrition solution, plants are more tasty than gown in soil
    • The taste of plants can be influenced and /or modified
    • No soil is required
    • Nearly everything can be grown locally
    • Space requirements (greater return per square meter) and growing time are lessened
    • Year-round production
    • Heavy work is reduced
    • Pest and disease problems can be better controlled without harsh chemicals
    • Nutrients are recyclable
    • Weed problems are lessened
    • Crop rotation is not necessary
    • No water needed to clean up plants before consumption
    • Lower costs in production process per plant
    • Local growing also reduces freight costs

Disadvantages of Hydroponics Growing

  • • Set up cost can be high
    • Skill and knowledge are necessary to operate at optimum production
    • Disease and pest can spread quickly to plants using shared nutrient solutions
    • Not all plants are suitable for hydroponics
    • Plants have quick reactions to both good and bad conditions