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  1. Colorful Coleus

    Colorful Coleous Patty at AeroGrow is growing this beautiful garden with several Coleous varieties in her office. "I love the rich, vibrant shades of pink, crimson and green! This is the easiest kit I've ever grown. I have not done a thing to it other than add water and nutrients and it's growing beautifully! What a pleasure having this...
  2. Country French Tart

    Country French Tart 7 eggs 1 cup heavy cream 2 tsp salt ½ tsp pepper Pinch ground nutmeg ½ cup drained, pitted, roughly chopped kalamata olives 2 roasted red peppers, drained and roughly chopped 4 oz crumbled goat cheese 2 tsp chopped fresh basil leaves 8 fresh basil leaves for garnish 2 tsp chopped fresh parsley 1 tart shell* Preparation Preheat...
  3. Facebook Photo -- Catnip!

    Donna Y says her cats love the catnip in the AeroGarden, shown here after three harvests.
  4. Garden Starter Tray Tip -- Warm and Cool Crops

    When starting plants in the Garden Starter System, keep in mind that different plants can hit the garden at different times. Cool weather crops like lettuce, beets, spinach and broccolli can go out just as soon as you can work the soil -- early March in Colorado. Warm weather crops like tomatoes, peppers and squash, can't be transplanted out until...
  5. Keep your lights down low for best growth

    Always adjust your AeroGarden lights for the lowest-growing plants in your garden.  Trim taller and faster growing plants aggressively (and enjoy the harvests!) to keep as close to ALL plants as possible.
  6. Ask the Expert

      Question: What’s the best way to prune and harvest an herb garden? Luke C., Niwot, CO Answer: Great question.  With proper pruning/harvesting you can increase the yield, health and appearance of your herb garden.  They say a picture is worth a 1000 words, so I created a video to help you out. You can watch it here. If you’re...
  7. Food Scares–When Fresh ISN’T Healthy

    It seems like every few months we see stories like this one from CNN last week: Illness fears spur romaine lettuce recall Freshway Foods announced Thursday it is voluntarily recalling products containing romaine lettuce with a use-by date of May 12 or earlier because they may be contaminated with potentially deadly bacteria linked to an outbreak of illness. (see full...

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