1. 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...
  2. Banana Pepper Poppers

    Banana Pepper Poppers
    We harvested these beautiful banana peppers from one of our Farm Plus AeroGardens yesterday. There were at least 3 dozen peppers growing on one plant! We had a brilliant idea on what to do with this colorful harvest. Make jalapeño poppers, but with banana peppers instead. Yum! We were wondering if they would be spicy because they had turned red...
  3. Be the Bee - Pollinate and Grow Happy

    Be the Bee - Pollinate and Grow Happy Many plants, including tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and melons require pollination in order to produce fruit. When growing outdoors, Mother Nature performs this critical step through wind, animals, bees and other insects. When growing indoors, we need to “be the bee” and perform this task ourselves if we want to enjoy vine-ripened tomatoes in the middle of winter. Generally, there...
  4. New Ways to Top Your Hot Dogs This Summer

    New Ways to Top Your Hot Dogs This Summer
    Here's how to make the best hot dog toppings happen: 1. Spice up classic condiments Old Bay Mayo: Stir 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice and 1 tsp. Old Bay seasoning into 1/2 cup mayonnaise; adjust to taste. Harissa Ketchup: Stir 1 tsp. harissa paste into 1/2 cup ketchup; adjust to taste. Maple Mustard: Stir 1/4 cup maple syrup into 1/4...
  5. Garden Checkup: Treating "Blossom-End Rot"

    Garden Checkup: Treating "Blossom-End Rot"
    Blossom-end rot can occur in tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, squash, and melons. Often times, the damage appears when the fruit is half-way grown. These soggy areas expand and turn dark brown and harden. The affected areas will begin to rot and the fruit should be cut-off and discarded. Blossom End Rot is not a pest, parasite, or disease process but is...

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