Click and Grow: Can You Repot Click and Grow Plants?

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As more people turn to indoor gardening for a variety of reasons, Click and Grow has become a popular option for those who want to grow plants without the hassle of traditional gardening.

The self-watering system, LED light, and biodegradable plant pods make it a convenient and eco-friendly way to grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers at home. However, as plants grow, they may outgrow the pods and require repotting.

In this article, we will answer the question, “Can you repot Click and Grow plants?” and provide you with everything you need to know about how to do it.

Understanding Click and Grow Plants

Before we dive into the repotting process, let’s first understand what Click and Grow plants are. Click and Grow plants are grown in biodegradable pods that contain everything the plant needs to grow, including the seeds, soil, and nutrients.

The pods are placed in the Click and Grow planter, which has a self-watering system and LED lights to provide the plants with the perfect growing conditions.

The plants can grow for up to six months, depending on the variety, before they need to be replaced.

Can You Repot Click and Grow Plants?

Yes, you can repot Click and Grow plants, but it’s important to note that not all plants are suitable for repotting. Click and Grow recommends only repotting plants that have outgrown their pro plant cups and have developed a strong root system.

It’s also important to choose the right size pot for your plant and use high-quality potting soil to ensure it gets the nutrients it needs to thrive.

When to Repot Click and Grow Plants

As mentioned earlier, not all Click and Grow plants need to be repotted. However, if you notice that your plant has outgrown its pod and is struggling to grow or is wilting, it’s time to repot.

It’s important to do this before the roots become too entangled and potentially harm the plant. Typically, Click and Grow plants need to be repotted every six months, but this can vary depending on the variety.

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How to Repot Click and Grow Plants

Here are the steps to follow when repotting your Click and Grow plant:

  • Gently remove the plant from the pod, being careful not to damage the roots.
  • Remove any excess soil from the roots.
  • Choose a pot that is the right size for your plant and has good drainage.
  • Add high-quality potting soil to the pot and create a small hole in the center for the plant.
  • Place the plant in the hole and fill the pot with more soil, pressing it down gently to remove any air pockets.
  • Water the plant thoroughly and place it in a bright, sunny spot.
  • Monitor the plant closely for the first few days to ensure it’s adjusting well to its new environment.


In conclusion, while Click and Grow plants are convenient and easy to care for, they do require repotting when they outgrow their pods.

Repotting can help your plants continue to thrive and reach their full potential. It’s important to only repot plants that have developed a strong root system and to choose the right size pot and high-quality potting soil.

By following the steps outlined in this article, you can successfully repot your Click and Grow plants and continue to enjoy fresh herbs, vegetables, and flowers at home.