With the introduction of our new Fairy Tale Eggplant Seed Pod Kit, we've gotten many questions about harvesting this beautiful and delicious vegetable. If you've got questions about taking care of this trendy and tasty plant, read on! Something to remember about the Fairy Tale Eggplant is that much of...
Fairy Tale Eggplant - Care and Harvest
How to Prune Your Favorite Herbs
In the videos below, we show you how to go about pruning and harvesting from your favorite herbs, like basil and parsley.
Start With The Source - The Process of Seed Selection
Anyone growing in an AeroGarden knows that the seeds are a huge part of the success of your garden. AeroGarden takes great pride in the rigorous testing and research that goes into our seed pod development. We sat down with Emma Neuberger, Product Development Scientist, to find out more about...
Mixing Plants from Different Seed Pod Kits
Can you? The answer is yes! You can mix different types of plants together if you prune them as needed to manage growth. Herbs, Flowers and Salads are easiest to mix and match together. Tomatoes/Peppers mixed with any other plants will provide more of a challenge, and in some cases...
Cut Back to Grow More
Just like getting a haircut, pruning is critical to keeping plants healthy and producing well. Not only does trimming and pruning keep plants well-sized for getting the right amount of water and nutrients in your AeroGarden, but it keeps them from overcrowding and blocking the light from smaller plants that...
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...
How to Prune: Chives
Chives can be stored in a refrigerator in a plastic bag for up to a week. But to make the most of the delicate onion flavor of chives and retain the luscious green color in your recipes, use chives fresh. If you must cook them, add them last, just before...
Tips for Herbs
Basil is usually the first seed to sprout and it grows rapidly. Harvest basil (and any other fast-growing herbs) to keep them an inch or two below the lights, and avoid raising the Light Hood until all other plants are well established. Some herbs, such as chives, thyme, and oregano...
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...