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  1. Succession Planning 101

    Succession Planning 101
    Gardeners get the most from their effort when they keep the plot in steady production through the growing season. The same is true for in-ground beds, outdoor containers, and AeroGardens. Succession planting ensures that something is always growing, and there’s always something ready to harvest. To make this work, you need a plan. There are two distinct ideas of succession...
  2. Safe Bug Repellents You Can Make At Home

    Safe Bug Repellents You Can Make At Home
    It’s the end of June and your garden should be in full swing. Your tomatoes are starting to show plump, juicy fruit, your herbs are going crazy, and your lettuce is ready to be harvested (all of which you transplanted from your AeroGarden Seed Starting System). Nothing is stopping you from enjoying your time tending to your garden...except, what is...
  3. Indoor Gardening in Smaller Spaces

    Indoor Gardening in Smaller Spaces
    Indoor gardening has always been a popular choice by those who live in limited spaces and unsurprisingly, it became one of the hottest trends of 2020, especially while people were generally stuck at home. Showing no signs of subsiding this year, people now know that growing indoors does not have to take up a large amount of space, is easy...
  4. Types of Microgreens

    Types of Microgreens
    Congratulations! You just got your new MicroGreens Kit for your Harvest or Harvest Elite AeroGarden, and you are ready to plant. Your new kit already comes with one 4oz MicroHerb Seed Pack and you have the option to buy additional Winter Wheatgrass and Spicy Microgreen Seed Packs. All are wonderful choices, that are quick and easy growers packed full of...
  5. Ways to Enjoy your MicroGreens

    Ways to Enjoy your MicroGreens
    So, you planted your new Microgreens Seed Pod Kit in your Harvest / Harvest Elite or Bounty AeroGarden, and now you have a thriving tray of beautiful and colorful sprouts. But now what? How do you use all your nutrient packed greens? Easy! You eat them. Here are some easy ways you can incorporate your home grown and harvested Microgreens. Smoothies & Juices ...
  6. Benefits of Micogreens

    Benefits of Micogreens
    We have some exciting news, fellow AeroGardeners! We have launched our very first MicroGreens Kit for the Harvest / Harvest Elite AeroGardens and the Bounty Family AeroGardens! Our new MicroGreens kit can grow 2 different varieties of MicroGreens at once, and with the powerful grow lights, they’ll be ready to eat in just a few days! MicroGreens are up to...
  7. Beet & Pistachio Salad With MicroGreens

    Beet & Pistachio Salad With MicroGreens
    With the recent launch of our new MicroGreens Kit for Harvest and Harvest Elite gardens, we had to share a delicious recipe using these nutrient-dense, and flavor packed greens. Though you often see them as available add-ons at your smoothie shop, microgreens, microherbs and other immature seedling varieties are good additions to almost anything. Top your salads, sandwiches, even pizza...
  8. Getting Started: Container Gardens, Raised Beds, and In-Ground Gardening

    Getting Started: Container Gardens, Raised Beds, and In-Ground Gardening
    How to choose and prepare a site for a healthy garden Starting plants from seeds in an AeroGarden is simple. Starting a new garden is a bit more challenging. Whether the garden is planted in the ground, in raised beds, or in pots, success depends on providing adequate sunlight, moisture, drainage, and fertility for the plants to flourish. Amending the...
  9. Pod to Pot: Transplanting Seedlings to Soil from the AeroGarden Harvest

    Pod to Pot: Transplanting Seedlings to Soil from the AeroGarden Harvest
    The AeroGarden seed starting system helps plants sprout much faster than traditional, soil-based sowing. Consistent moisture and bright, broad spectrum light produce strong, stocky seedlings that are ready to transplant in about a week. However,  moving seedlings from a hydroponic system to a soil based system requires a transition period to condition the roots for a more challenging life ahead. ...
  10. Hardening Off: Transitioning Seedlings from the House to the Garden

    Hardening Off: Transitioning Seedlings from the House to the Garden
    AeroGarden Seed Starting Systems help gardeners extend their harvest, use their containers and garden beds more efficiently, and grow more fruits and veggies compared with soil-based seed sowing. But seedlings grown indoors will suffer sunburn and transplant shock if they are planted directly outdoors without preparation. A transition process called “hardening off”eliminates the danger.  The first step of the transition...

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