a collaboration between FEE and Gro Play




To publish Gro Garden on your website contact Henrik at Gro Play
For free codes to the Gro Garden app contact Patricia at Gro Play


Meet Connie the Compost and her friends the Micro organisms. They live under the trees in your Gro Garden, right next to the animals, and they love old food scraps! When you feed Connie and her friends, magic things start to happen. They start producing nutritious soil that makes your crops grow faster and taste better. So after harvesting your tasty vegetables you can treat Banja the rabbit and all the other animals in the cottage. Along the way your Item Collection will also grow with cool items, good food, and badges to reward your progress.

Gro Garden is the fun place to learn about organic gardening and sustainable farming. Kids get to learn and understand environmental issues in a simple and entertaining way.


There are three scenes to visit: the garden, the house and the compost. The key is to understand that each scene generates something that is needed in an other one.

  • In the garden you grow crops, with which you feed the animals in the house.
  • In the house you gather scraps, with which you feed the micro-organisms in the compost.
  • In the compost you collect nutritious soil, which you use in the garden to make your crops grow faster.

    THE GARDEN: Grow crops by first putting out seeds and then giving them both water (using the clouds) and light (using the sun rays). Make sure to give each crop a lot of each! By putting out nutritious soil your crops will grow much faster. When the crops stop growing, simply pull them up and place them in the basket.

    THE HOUSE: Feed the animals the crops you have grown. Don't forget picking up the scraps from off the table and putting them in the bag. Those are for the compost later! Is your basket empty? Then you need to get back to the garden and grow some more!

    THE COMPOST: Make the compost grow by feeding the microorganisms with scraps from the bag. Is your bag empty? Then you need to get back to the kitchen and collect more scraps. Or, you can try catching the falling leaves and feed them to the micro-organisms. Collect nutritious soil from the compost by lifting the hatch.


    We are a independent creative studio that offers eco-educational toys, games and content. We believe that play is not only the most fun but also the most powerful way of learning. By entertaining and inspiring children and their parents, together we are shaping a more sustainable future. Gro Play is the proud winner of the Swedish Living Green Award 2012.



    Gro Recycling is a different kind of kids app that goes around in a circle, a play loop, about recycling. Create new products from the garbage you have recycled; pull the levers; push the buttonsM spin the gears and play music on the funky recycling machines. There are six different machines to choose from; plastic, metal, compost, glass, battery and cardboard. The new things you produce are perfect for the picnic that Banja has set up for his friends, and of course you're invited!

    Gro Book - “The adventures of Sophie the sweater” puts the child in charge of this captivating and moving story. The book can be read, or listened to, in 24 different ways, and has an underlying eco-educational theme. Get to know Sophie - a sweater that is longing for someone to need and love her. Along the way, the child decides the direction of story, which affects Sophie’s shape, use, and mood! For children 4-9 years. No in-app purchases and no third-party ads.

    Gro Book Free - Lite version available!
    This is a lite version of Gro Book so you can try it out and see if you like it, free of charge.

    Gro Memo - This eco-educational and colorful memory game features 29 animated animals in two different environments - the forest and the sea. The animals living there are really sad, because their homes are all polluted! But you can make all the pollution and trash go away by playing the memory game. For children 2-7 years. No in-app purchases and no third-party ads.