AeroGarden Seed Starting System For All Extra, Ultra and Bounty Models
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AeroGarden Seed Starting System For All Extra, Ultra and Bounty Models

Reg. $29.95

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview:

Start up to 50 seedlings indoors in an AeroGarden Extra, Ultra, or Bounty, then easily transplant them into your outdoor garden or indoor pots. (more...)


This All New Seed Starting System will allow you to start up to 50 seedlings indoors in your AeroGarden Bounty, Ultra and Extra models with no dirt and no mess, then easily transplant them into your outdoor garden when weather allows. The new design promotes healthier root development, makes removing and transplanting seedlings easier than ever and grows 50% faster than our first generation Seed Starting Systems. The AeroGarden nurtures your seeds with optimal amounts of water and plant food, and provides plenty of light and warmth for reliable germination and healthy growth.

The system comes with an all new re-usable, durable plastic seed starter tray, biodegradable Grow Sponges that are ready for seed, plant food and a Seed Starting & Transplanting Guide.

Overview and Benefits:

  • Includes the supplies you‚Äö√Ñ√¥ll need to start your seedlings inside (seeds not included)
  • Our Grow Sponges are made from pure Canadian Sphagnum Peat and provide soil-free, no-mess, indoor growing all year-round

Seed Starting System includes:

  • One re-usable seed starter tray
  • 50 Biodegradable Grow Sponges
  • One 3 ounce bottle of our Specially Formulated Liquid Plant Food
  • Seed Starting & Transplanting Guide


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Customer Reviews

Review by Randy
This seeding tray work great! I've started lots of flowers (Pansies, Zinnias, etc), lettuces, and tomatoes from seed and it has saved a lot over buying them from the store. It has already paid for itself. The plants do struggle for about a week when transplanting, but just give them plenty of water until the roots establish in the soil. I haven't lost a plant yet.
The only issue I have is plants sprout at different rates and I often need to remove some before others. It would be nice to have something to cover the holes/voids (using aluminum foil right now). Some plants tend to get too crowded before I feel comfortable transplanting. Cover every other holes and spread them out a bit would help too.
Other have noted that it's impossible to check the water w/o removing the tray. I agree this is an issue. I have the AeroVoir AeroGarden Reservoir which alleviates this issue. (Posted over a month ago)
Review by Susan
My one complaint about these new seed-starting trays is that it is very difficult to check the water level of the garden when they're in place. Other than that, I've found they work superbly well at getting most seeds to germinate (my only failures were probably because of the age of the seed). Once the roots begin to grow out of the sponge, it's easy to pop the sponge out of the tray and drop it into a pod to place in another aerogarden, or plant the seedling in a pot or the ground. I've also successfully used one of these trays to grow lettuce and baby greens in the cut-and-come-again method. If you're interested in starting cuttings from thin-stemmed plants, I'd recommend cutting the sponge open at an angle rather than towards the hole in the center. After I dip the cutting in rooting hormone and lay it inside the sponge, I also put a tiny rubber band around the sponge to make sure it continues to press tightly against the plant stem. Once roots have begun to develop I can cut the rubber band off. The heavy plastic trays fit solidly in the aerogardens and are easier to sanitize than the old styrofoam trays; it's also easy to cover over holes you aren't going to use. I do keep one hole open so I can add water without disturbing any of the plants! (Posted over a month ago)
Review by John
This is a much-needed upgrade to the old styrofoam tray, which although it worked, was somewhat awkward in fit and finish. Over time the foam erodes, gets stained, and when cleaned with bleach is still hard to get algae, etc out of the pores.

The fit and finish of the plastic tray is fabulous. The tines at the bottom of each hole hold the growing media in place as it swells with water. The new media itself is also good. A starter hole for the seed has been located in the center, which makes it easy to push the seeds down into the media with a pencil.

One aspect I am puzzled by is the designer did not leave a water fill hole!? This means that if all planter spots are occupied, it becomes necessary to remove the top to refill the water reservoir. I have been leaving one hole empty through which I can top off the water using a funnel.

Food for thought AeroGarden? (Posted over a month ago)
Customer Service Response:
We are always changing and improving our products based on our own research as well as the feedback from our customers. Thank you for taking the time to evaluate the Seed Starting System and offering this suggestion.

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