Best Seeds to Start Indoors

Did you know that not all seed varieties need to be started indoors before transplanting? There are some seeds that actually prefer to start outdoors in soil. But here are the seeds that do best when sprouted indoors, like in an AeroGarden, where conditions are optimal for starting those little sprouts, and can then be transferred to your traditional beds outdoors when it gets warmer.

You can get many of these varietals on, just take the seed pods out of their plastic cages and place them in your seed starting tray. But for seeds you may have at home, you can use the seed starting system grow sponges to give them the perfect environment for sprouting during those cold late-winter months. Simply place the seed in the top of the grow sponge and drop it into the seed starting tray.

2 thoughts on “Best Seeds to Start Indoors”

  • I have the Bounty Basic and the attachment of the 50 pod for starting seedlings. I do not know how to take the pump off of the original pod to put on the 50 pod. Please send a picture because I don't want to break anything and can't figure it out.

    • Removing the stand from the Bounty does require a strong hold. In order to get a better grip, remove the flat base of the stand that houses the pump. Then, pull straight to remove the stand. Do not try to twist the stand off of the tray deck because this may damage your AeroGarden. If you would like pictures, please send us an email at or click the link here:

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