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  1. Bounty vs. Bounty: What a difference 4 years makes

    Bounty vs. Bounty: What a difference 4 years makes
    It’s been four years since we launched our first 9-pod Bounty AeroGardens, and in 2019 we decided to upgrade them all.  We learned a lot in those four years about making great gardens, and we tried to make significant upgrades to everything we could. These new Bounty gardens are better performing, producing fuller plants and larger harvests, and are more...
  2. Indoor Gardening 101: Finding the Light

    Indoor Gardening 101: Finding the Light
    The Right Light for Indoor Gardening Many classic house plants such as spider plants and ficus trees grow well in the relatively low light levels found in most homes and apartments. With many other plants however, more light is needed to succeed. Salad greens and fresh herbs like basil, chives, and cilantro require a more direct sun or supplemented artificial...
  3. No flowers on your tomato plants? No fruit? Plants growing into the lights? Get help here!

    You should see yellow flowers on your tomato plants at 5-7 weeks, and soon after that you should see some of those flowers turning into little green tomatoes. If you don't get flowers, you will never get fruit! Sometimes, healthy tomato plants don't seem to want to flower, but very often you can turn them around by changing their environment...

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