AeroGarden Blog

  1. Worried about food safety? Grow your own!

    Worried about food safety? Grow your own!
    One of the best things about growing in an AeroGarden is that you are able to feed yourself and your family food that is not only good for you, but safe for you. Giving people the ability to grow their own fresh lettuces, herbs and vegetables year round brings people one step closer to their food and knowing where it...
  2. What Can I Grow In An Indoor Garden?

    What Can I Grow In An Indoor Garden?
    Gardening indoors offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy homegrown vegetables and herbs year round. An indoor garden gives you complete control of the growing environment, so that plant health and productivity are not dependent upon the elements or subjected to the appetites of garden pests. A broad diversity of plants can thrive indoors if you give them what they need...
  3. AeroGarden Sustainability

    AeroGarden Sustainability
     As an appliance, the AeroGarden:   Is designed for re-use, time and time again, year after year Is designed for energy efficiency (the AeroGarden Classic uses less electricity than a 60 watt light bulb, new LED models only 30 watts or less) Is constructed entirely of recyclable components.  Any and all parts can be taken to any facility that recycles electronics...
  4. My plants aren't growing/appear unhealthy

    My plants aren't growing/appear unhealthy
    If your seeds germinated but plant growth is stalled or the plants look unhealthy, it's not because they are "defective;" either they are not getting something they need, or they are getting something they don't need. Here's what to check: WATER: The problem could be that the source water you are using is "hard" or has a high mineral content. Plants grown...
  5. How do I start spinach seeds in my Seed Starting System?

    Spinach seeds have the reputation of being slow, spotty germinators and difficult to start indoors, but here's a technique that gets them up and growing after only a few days in the Seed Starting System. It's called "priming".  A week before planting your spinach seeds in the GSS, soak them in room temperature water for 24 hours, and then let...
  6. Which AeroGarden Indoor Garden is Right For Me?

    Which AeroGarden Indoor Garden is Right For Me?
    AeroGarden is a game changer. By combining hydroponics with powerful grow lights, it creates the perfect environment for sprouting seeds and growing herbs, veggies, and flowers in the comfort of your home. But choosing the right AeroGarden may not be intuitive. Available space limits indoor growing capacity, and it matters what you want to grow. You’ll need to know what...
  7. Creamy Garlic Pesto Chicken

    Creamy Garlic Pesto Chicken
    A swirl of flavors mingling in a pan, complementing each other perfectly.  This recipe is a hit and you simply must try it!  Add your own touch of freshness to it with bell peppers and basil right from your AeroGarden! Ingredients You Need: -- 2 chicken breasts-- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes-- 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning-- 1/2 red onion-- 3...
  8. Why Use An Indoor Garden?

    Why Use An Indoor Garden?
    Some gardeners resist the idea of growing indoors. They may worry about forgetting to water or think it’s too difficult to give indoor plants everything they need to thrive. Even so, indoor gardening has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade. Not surprisingly, many of the benefits we have come to take for granted about conventional outdoor gardening...
  9. How to Create a Succession Planting Plan

    How to Create a Succession Planting Plan
    A basket full of garden vegetables. The succession planting plan includes a crop timing chart and garden map. View our first post - Succession Planning 101 You will need Last and first frost date, and the number of days between List of crops, with days to harvest Several sketches of the garden plot (photocopied) Blank paper or graph paper Pencil...
  10. Succession Planning 101

    Succession Planning 101
    Gardeners get the most from their effort when they keep the plot in steady production through the growing season. The same is true for in-ground beds, outdoor containers, and AeroGardens. Succession planting ensures that something is always growing, and there’s always something ready to harvest. To make this work, you need a plan. There are two distinct ideas of succession...

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