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Tina Edwards

  1. Ingenious Hack For Glue On Seed Pod Labels

    Ingenious Hack For Glue On Seed Pod Labels
    We love seeing all of the fun and unique plant varieties AeroGardeners are growing. That's why we offer the Grow Anything kits. They come with everything you need to grow your own favorite seeds in your AeroGarden, including baskets, grow sponges and the labels that help you identify the plant AND keep out pesky light. But getting those labels onto...
  2. Bounty vs. Bounty: What a difference 4 years makes

    Bounty vs. Bounty: What a difference 4 years makes
    It’s been four years since we launched our first 9-pod Bounty AeroGardens, and in 2019 we decided to upgrade them all.  We learned a lot in those four years about making great gardens, and we tried to make significant upgrades to everything we could. These new Bounty gardens are better performing, producing fuller plants and larger harvests, and are more...
  3. The 2019 Catalog Is Here

    The 2019 Catalog Is Here
    It's time to check your mailbox for the new AeroGarden catalog! Our most exciting holiday season ever is kicking off with nearly 50 pages of products, including new gardens, new seed pod kits and even new accessories. We are so excited for you to see the full collection of products for the holidays. And with something for everyone, we know...
  4. Indoor Gardening 101: Endless Possibilities

    Indoor Gardening 101: Endless Possibilities
    You Really Can Grow Anything Modern indoor gardens can provide food, flowers and experiences that were impossible in years past without your own personal greenhouse. Here are our favorite five indoor gardens: Fresh Herbs The ability to grow fresh culinary herbs, right in the kitchen, in large enough quantities to actually cook with, is a fairly recent development. Several AeroGarden...
  5. Start With The Source - The Process of Seed Selection

    Start With The Source - The Process of Seed Selection
    Anyone growing in an AeroGarden knows that the seeds are a huge part of the success of your garden. AeroGarden takes great pride in the rigorous testing and research that goes into our seed pod development. We sat down with Emma Neuberger, Product Development Scientist, to find out more about the process of seed selection and development. Tell us about...
  6. Cleaning Your Garden Is Easy!

    Cleaning Your Garden Is Easy!
    Originally posted on July 17, 2017 Before starting a new Seed Pod Kit, you’ll want to clean your garden for a fresh start. Be careful you don't throw away your filter by accident! It's easy to do when removing plant roots. Start by dismantling your garden and cleaning out your plants and any leftover roots. Roots can grow into the...
  7. Why We Love The Bounty

    Why We Love The Bounty
    First introduced in the Fall of 2015, the Bounty 9-pod garden has quickly become a favorite among AeroGardeners. Even in the AeroGarden Lab, the Bounty is everywhere, being used for germination tests, growing new and exciting seed varieties and nurturing beautiful plants for photo and video shoots throughout the year.  After bringing the Extra and Ultra to market in 2012...
  8. Mixing Plants from Different Seed Pod Kits

    Mixing Plants from Different Seed Pod Kits
    Can you?  The answer is yes!  You can mix different types of plants together if you prune them as needed to manage growth. Herbs, Flowers and Salads are easiest to mix and match together. Tomatoes/Peppers mixed with any other plants will provide more of a challenge, and in some cases should not be mixed.  Herbs and Flowers offer the most variety and...
  9. Tube To Work For a Sustainable Commute

    Tube To Work For a Sustainable Commute
    Several members of the AeroGrow team participated in a Boulder, CO tradition: Tube to Work Day. To promote a cleaner commute, hundreds of people don helmets and business attire and float down Boulder Creek. AeroGrowers are always on the lookout for ways to promote sustainability and Earth-friendly practices (plus we have a specific affinity to water-based activities). We are lucky...
  10. Indoor Gardening 101: Finding the Light

    Indoor Gardening 101: Finding the Light
    The Right Light for Indoor Gardening Many classic house plants such as spider plants and ficus trees grow well in the relatively low light levels found in most homes and apartments. With many other plants however, more light is needed to succeed. Salad greens and fresh herbs like basil, chives, and cilantro require a more direct sun or supplemented artificial...

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