FAQ's

  1. How to Start Seeds Indoors In Your AeroGarden Harvest

    How to Start Seeds Indoors In Your AeroGarden Harvest
    Starting Seeds in an AeroGarden If you’re looking for a fast and convenient seed starting system for vegetable, herb, or flower gardens, look no further than AeroGarden.  Indoor seed starting is a great way to get a jumpstart on the gardening season, ensure an early harvest, and grow more vegetables throughout the season. But many gardeners find it difficult to...
  2. 2020 Sprout Pump Troubleshooting

    2020 Sprout Pump Troubleshooting
    The newly redesigned AeroGarden Sprout released in 2020 must have water in the bowl (or reservoir) to work. If the Sprout is plugged in and the pump is running without water in the water bowl, it may make a strange noise as the pump is cycling air instead of water. Make sure the water bowl is full of water, and...
  3. How nutritious is AeroGrown produce compared to store-bought organic produce?

    How nutritious is AeroGrown produce compared to store-bought organic produce?
    This post was originally published February 16th, 2019 There are actually more vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients in AeroGrown produce than in most “certified organic” produce purchased from the supermarket.  For example, AeroGarden Salad Greens have been shown to contain 55% more Vitamin C than Earthbound Farms Organic Mixed Baby Greens from Whole Foods and 200% more vitamin C than a...
  4. Why plants grow 5X faster than those grown in soil

    Why plants grow 5X faster than those grown in soil
    The year 2020 marked 15 years since the launch of the very first AeroGarden to the public. In that time, millions of AeroGardens have been sold and growing fresh herbs salads, veggies, flowers and more in our homes has gained in popularity every year. One of the reasons for that popularity is how quickly plants grow in the AeroGarden in-home...
  5. Always Local, Safe & Sustainable

    Always Local, Safe & Sustainable
    From the minute you harvest fresh produce from your AeroGarden, you can rest assured that what you are about use is safe, free of herbicides and pesticides, and loyal to the health of the planet. Herbs, salads and vegetables can’t get any fresher than picked right from the plant, any more local that your kitchen counter, or any friendlier to...
  6. How To Connect To Alexa With Your AeroGarden

    How To Connect To Alexa With Your AeroGarden
    Many of our larger, more powerful indoor garden models can connect to your Alexa-enabled device. This makes it even easier to get updates on your garden's health and status, as well as control your grow lights remotely! If you're trying to connect your Bounty or Farm family garden to Alex, read on for easy instructions: Step 1 Pair your Wi-Fi...
  7. What To Expect From AeroGarden Plants

    What To Expect From AeroGarden Plants
    When you first start growing in an AeroGarden, you may have a lot of questions about what to expect. We've compiled a few of the most common questions and answers, to help set your expectations on when your plants may sprout, how tall they'll grow and more. How long will my plants take to germinate? Below are some estimated time...
  8. Why Is There Algae On My Garden?

    Why Is There Algae On My Garden?
    Algae naturally occurs when light interacts with water. Nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, along with CO2 support the algae's growth and you will start to see it appear on your seed pods and perhaps on parts of your garden itself. Algae is not harmful to your plants but can be a little...yucky. If it bothers you, simply wipe it...
  9. 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...
  10. What's The Brown Residue On My AeroGarden?

    What's The Brown Residue On My AeroGarden?
    As your AeroGarden starts to sprout and your plants begin to thrive, you may start getting some brown "crust" or sediment appearing on the edges of your grow deck. Though it may be unattractive, this is totally normal. The material is not harmful and does not indicate any failure on your part or the part of the garden! What you're...

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