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  1. 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?Take a look at some of the tips below for how to control aphids on your indoor plants. You'll...
  2. Bamboo Garden Wall Shelf Set-Up

    Bamboo Garden Wall Shelf Set-Up
    A quick guide on how to set up the Bamboo Wall Shelf
  3. Best Seeds to Start Indoors

    Best Seeds to Start Indoors
    Did you know that not all seed varieties need to be started indoors before transplanting? There are some seeds that actually prefer to start outdoors in soil. But here are the seeds that do best when sprouted indoors, like in an AeroGarden, where conditions are optimal for starting those little sprouts, and can then be transferred to your traditional beds...
  4. AeroGarden 7 LED: My “Replace Lights” indicator is blinking. Do I need to replace the LED lights?

    No, you do not to replace the lights yet. This notification is for models with 2 CFL bulbs in the hood. If you have the LED light hood, you do not need to replace your LED lights until individual diodes begin to fail. Diodes have a 2 - 4 year lifespan. Just press and release the Reset button to turn...
  5. I think there are bugs on my plants

    Plants grown in an AeroGarden are susceptible to all the same pests as other indoor houseplants. They can enter your home through open windows, on clothing, or on produce, flowers, or potted plants. If you see fine white threads on or between leaves, tiny black or green specks on stems or the underside of leaves, or a sticky substance on...
  6. Why are my salad greens pale and spindly?

    Lettuce is known as a "cool season crop" because it thrives in cooler temperatures. If it's too warm, it won't grow properly; it will be spindly and floppy and it may "bolt", meaning that it sends up a long stalk in order to go to seed. Lettuce will do this under one of two circumstances: either when it experiences repeated daytime temperatures above 72...
  7. The blossoms are falling off my peppers.

    It is common and perfectly normal for pepper plants to drop some of their flowers, even under normal conditions and when they are being properly pollinated. Here at AeroGrow we have occasionally seen them lose a third of their flowers, and yet still produce a beautiful, bountiful crop of peppers from the flowers that remain. We have also noticed that...
  8. The pump is not working in my AeroGarden

    There are several AeroGarden models that operate with a pump (rather than an aerator/bubbler), and the pump setting does not behave in the same way in all models. Consult the Water Pump vs Aerator page to find out if your AeroGarden uses a pump or an aerator if you are unsure. 1. AeroGarden 7 pump models (discontinued) Your pump has a...
  9. 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...
  10. My plants aren't growing/appearing healthy

    If your seeds germinated but plant growth is stalled or the plants look unhealthy, it's not because they are "defective;" either they are not getting something they need, or they are getting something they don't need. Here's what to check: WATER: The problem could be that the source water you are using is "hard" or has a high mineral content. Plants grown in...

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