• One click = LOVE

    If you have not yet rated our app on the stores, we would just LOVE if you did it now <3: Click on the links below – they will take you directly to the store, and in one click you give your opinion on the app (and if you have 30 seconds more to spare, …

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    Killing weed with salt? The bogus good idea.

    “Can I use salt to kill weed?” “Sure, it’s the perfect organic weed killer! It’s all over the internet.” It’s not costly, and “sounds” natural – yeah, salt is natural, right? So it shouldn’t really harm the environment. Now, really? We had heard of using vinegar in the garden, now salt – what the dickens, …

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  • Groww – our design principles

    We thought we wanted to tell you a bit more about our values, and what’s important to us. Are you interested to know why this application is made? When we started Groww, we designed these six design principles – and 4 years later, they still command anything we do or any change we make to …

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  • Jam and poetry

    Do you prefer homemade, or supermarket jams …? A nice piece written in 1936, found pinned to the wall in a friend’s kitchen, which makes a lot of sense today – we share: The day the economist visited us, was the day we were making our blackcurrant, currant and raspberry jams. The economist immediately began …

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  • What to do in the vegetable garden in the autumn

    September is already almost gone and here comes the autumn – by the way, Groww, our garden application  has just turned its main theme colour to a warm orange for the occasion! Autumn may be the time to harvest your last summer veggies – tomatoes and zucchinis, but there are still other things to do ! Harvest …

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  • Hi – Welcome !

    Wait, wait, there’s only a couple of articles here…? Well, yes. But we have a good excuse : we’re French. Groww has been active for more than 3 years now, focusing on making an app that’s useful to our users and fun to use. We did that at home – meaning in France (and french-speaking …

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  • Growing redcurrant from cuttings

    Today, as we walked our way back from the market (our vegetable garden provides all our veggies these days, but sometimes, you know, when you live in the North of France, you crave for peaches and apricots!) we went through a public park, where the city council has planted fruit trees, such as apple, pear, …

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