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About my AeroGarden

Some of you have asked “what is a AeroGarden. It is a self-contained hydroponic small indoor garden. No soil necessary. It’s basically used to grow herbs, tomatoes, lettuce, and flowers. I, of course, have chosen flowers for mine. Mine hold six different types of seed pods. I’ve got two petunia, one snapdragon, one coleus, one dianthus and one yellow striped Gazania which has not started to bloom yet.

Here is a photo of the entire unit. It’s maybe 15″ long and 9″ deep. It’s quiet. It does circulate the water every half hour and is really quiet unless it’s starting to need water. Although when it gets low enough one of the lights on the bottom turns red so you are reminded to add water. t

The led lights are spaced to optimum growth and the colors make it the same hues as sun. The light automatically turns on and off by itself.

From AeroGarden FAQs. – AeroGardens are designed to help you grow your own herbs, vegetables, salad greens or flowers at home. Our Seed Pod Kits are compatible with every model of AeroGarden. Planting with Seed Pods is fun and easy! Just insert the pre-seeded pods in your garden, add water, and the patented, specially formulated Liquid Nutrients. Most plants germinate within 7-14 days, are ready for harvesting in 4-6 weeks, and will keep producing continuous harvests for up to 6 months and longer. Indoor gardening can’t get any tastier or simpler!

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  1. Oh I see! I’d never heard of flowers being grown in this way, just salads and veggies. But I was always a veggie, rather than a flower gardener. I leave that to the experts!


  2. I love the just growing the total flowers. I of course, with my black thumb, still wouldn’t stand a chance. LOL. Great total garden pick. By the way, we had two of the 9 plant Aerogardens.


    • We’ve had the 9 plant. I like those the best. We tried a few years ago the three and didn’t like them at all. Not enough light. They still had the big bulbs. The LED lights are marvelous though. This one is a six.


    • Their new LED lights are so much better than their old lightbulbs. I was going top take my coleus out and replant it, but I the roots get too tangled up. I probably won’t be transplanting them.

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  3. OMG .. I got this same unit. It was a Christmas gift. I got the herb and salad green pods.
    I haven’t started to grow them yet. I was waiting for Spring to arrive. Now, I’m motivated
    to get mine going. Thanks for posting about this wonderful pod garden. I hope mine is
    as successful as your. Have a wonderful weekend … Isadora 😎


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