Guess What’s Growing

  1. Guess Whats Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess Whats Growing Wednesdays!
    Hey AeroGardeners, its time to play "Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!" Lets see if you can guess the name of this plant just from the leaves. Leave a comment on our Facebook page under this photo of what you think the name is. Good Luck! Hint: This plant is native to southwestern Asia, western Europe, Macaronesia, and the Mediterranean.
  2. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    It's that time again, let's play "Guess What's Growing Wednesdays"! Let's see if you know your flowers. The origin of this flower is uncertain, it is most likely native to Africa, India and the Americas. This flower can grow to be 15 to 71 centimeters (6 to 28 inches) in height. Do you know what it is? Leave a comment...
  3. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    Hey AeroGardeners! Let's play "Guess what's Growing Wednesdays!". This attractive pansy features a yellow flower with deep red wings...just what Fall ordered! These flowers have a distinct pattern in the way they bloom. Do you know the name of this flower? Leave a comment on our Facebook page.
  4. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners! Let's guess the plant! This little guy is an edible chrysanthemum rich in minerals and vitamins with potassium. It is used in many asian cuisines, so go ahead and eat up. Do you think you know your plants? Well, let us know by leaving a comment on our Facebook page.
  5. Guess what's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess what's Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners! Let's guess the sprout again! From the mint family, this plant is used widely for the oils it extracts for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. You may have even tasted it in a daring dessert. Do you think you know your plants? Well, let us know by leaving a comment on our Facebook page.
  6. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners! Let's guess the sprout again! This plant is an annual herb of the celery family. It’s English name is derived from the Germanic language, and in Thai it’s called phak chee Lao. Do you think you know your plants? Well, let us know by leaving a comment on our Facebook Page!
  7. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners! It's time to play "Whats Growing Wednesdays!" It’s a little different today, but can you guess the growing sprout? When this fruiting plant was brought to Europe in the 16th century it was believed to be poisonous, and used by witches to conjure werewolves. Do you think you know you plants? Well, let us know by leaving...
  8. Guess Whats Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess Whats Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners! It's time to play "Whats Growing Wednesdays!" This beautiful flower is found mostly in North America. Flowers may be pale blue, violet, pink, bright red, or white. Think you know you plants? Well, leave us a comment at the bottom of the picture of what you think the name of the gorgeous flower is.
  9. Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What's Growing Wednesdays!
    Guess What’s Growing Wednesdays! Let's play! Today we have a highly fragrant flower, sometimes called ‘night-scented stock’. The flowers tend to be pinks, purples and whites. Think you know your flowers? Well, let us know by leaving a comment with the name of the Flower. Well, let us know by leaving a comment with the name of this flower on...
  10. Guess What’s Growing Wednesdays!

    Guess What’s Growing Wednesdays!
    Happy Wednesday AeroGardeners, let's play "Guess What’s Growing Wednesdays!" Today we have a flower that can reach 16 to 47 inches in height and 15 to 18 inches in width. This particular type of flower is a herbaceous plant that belongs in the Aster family. Do you think you know your flowers? Well, let us know by leaving a comment with the name...

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