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  1. Buzz Buttons, Szechuan Mules

    Buzz Buttons, Szechuan Mules
    One of our colleagues here at AeroGrow is currently growing a Szechuan / Toothache plant in their Bounty Elite AeroGarden. Have you ever heard of the Szechuan Buttons or Buzz Buttons? The plant itself is beautiful, and absolutely loves the AeroGarden, cascading around with very minimal attention needed. It's so large and happy, you can't even see the AeroGarden! The...
  2. 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...
  3. How do I prune my AeroGarden tomato plants?

    The key to success with tomato plants is pruning! Below are links to four short courses in the pruning jobs you will encounter as they grow.    -- Pruning AeroGarden tomatoes at 4-5 weeks. (The first pruning, at 4-5 weeks, is critical for building strong stems that will support fruit.) -- Pruning AeroGarden tomatoes that have grown up into the lights (If your tomato plants  grow into...
  4. 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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