Indoor Gardening Tips

We answer questions from AeroGardeners and offer expert advice to help you get the most from your garden!

  1. Kid-Approved Learning Through Plants

    Kid-Approved Learning Through Plants
    School is back in session and with so much remote learning going on, it can be difficult to find ways to keep kids engaged. Sitting in front of a computer screen is a tough way to spend the school day. That's where having an AeroGarden Harvest can help keep those brains busy. Growing herbs, veggies and other plants indoors is...
  2. Grow Anything

    Grow Anything
    Plant and grow your own seeds in your AeroGarden! Our Grow Anything Kits allow you to plant and grow your own choice of seeds in the AeroGarden. Whether you like to grow snap peas, cucumbers, or wildflowers, you can do it with the Grow Anything Kit. Either grow your plants to maturity and harvest right from your AeroGarden or easily...
  3. Dried Herbs or Fresh? When to Use

    Dried Herbs or Fresh? When to Use
    Dried herbs can lend their signature flavors to all kinds of dishes and fresh herbs add a fresh burst of brightness to your cooking. Here's how to make the most of whatever kind of herbs you've got, fresh or dried. Dried herbs offer distinct benefits, like you can add dried herbs to a long braise without worry, they won't turn...
  4. 5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home

    5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home
    We stumbled upon this great article the other day and could not agree more. Better yet, the 5 herbs that they recommend growing, are all herbs that LOVE growing in our AeroGardens. 5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home, According to a Master Gardener Below are the 5 herbs they mention, but you will have to go to the article...
  5. Mother's Day AeroGarden Recipes & Activites

    Mother's Day AeroGarden Recipes & Activites
    Mother's Day is this Sunday 💕 Do you have plants growing in your AeroGarden? Check out some inspiration on how to use your garden this weekend with some recipes or activities to celebrate mother's day!  HERBS Show her how much you love her with some home-made breakfast, made with your fresh and safe homegrown herbs from your AeroGarden. Here are...
  6. The Benefits of Growing Your Own Plants

    The Benefits of Growing Your Own Plants
    It seems like lately these have been some pretty strange times to be alive. We miss our friends. We miss going out. Heck, we miss running a quick errand without worry! So while we adjust to doing absolutely everything we can from home there’s one thing we shouldn’t neglect to take care of: Ourselves! Growing your own plants whether for...
  7. What is "Harden Off"

    What is "Harden Off"
    So you started your plants in your AeroGarden, but now you want to transplant them into pots or your outdoor garden. A relatively easy process, but when done without hardening off, some plants may not survive the transition, and no one wants that!What our new video on how to Harden off your plants for the best possible success. If you...
  8. Got Aphids?

    Got Aphids?
    One of the worst feelings, is finding out that your indoor plants growing in your AeroGarden have aphids. Seeing those small green specks has you wondering, what can I do? Can I save my plants or do I need to start over?We recommend taking a look at this wonderful article on how to control aphids on your indoor plants. They...
  9. AeroGardeners Pet Control

    AeroGardeners Pet Control
    As many of us know, sometimes our pet's are just as interested in our AeroGardens as we are. We asked our fellow AeroGardeners what their best tricks or hacks were to protect their AeroGardens, and here are some of their best advice. Thank you @kitts for the photo Squirt them with water when they bother the AeroGarden.I have mine higher...
  10. 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...

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