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  1. Edible Flower Cookies

    Edible Flower Cookies
    Did you know we sell a seed kit that features all edible flowers? Not only are they vibrant and beautiful, you can use them in your meals too!  The Incredible Edibles Seed Pod Kit grows great in any garden you may have.  You can use the flowers in a number of recipes like adding them to your salads, pastas, or...
  2. Indoor Gardening 101: Endless Possibilities

    Indoor Gardening 101: Endless Possibilities
    You Really Can Grow Anything Modern indoor gardens can provide food, flowers and experiences that were impossible in years past without your own personal greenhouse. Here are our favorite five indoor gardens: Fresh Herbs The ability to grow fresh culinary herbs, right in the kitchen, in large enough quantities to actually cook with, is a fairly recent development. Several AeroGarden...
  3. New Harvest AeroGarden Timelapses

    New Harvest AeroGarden Timelapses
    Check out some of the time lapse videos of plants growing in the New 2018 Harvest Line.   AeroGarden - Harvest 360 White Heirloom Salad Greens Timelapse Harvest Elite Slim Stainless Steel 2018 Lettuce Timelapse   Harvest Black 2018 Lettuce Timelapse    
  4. Mixing Plants from Different Seed Pod Kits

    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 should not be mixed.  Herbs and Flowers offer the most variety and...
  5. 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...
  6. Valentines Heart Caprese Salad

    Valentines Heart Caprese Salad
    What says Valentines day better than heart shaped food? This Valentines day Caprese salad is a simple Italian dish, made of sliced fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and AeroGarden sweet basil, all with a romantic twist. All you need is: Fresh Mozzarella Fresh Basil grown in your AeroGarden Fresh Heartbreaker tomatoes grown in your AeroGarden (or another variety but these have the...
  7. Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds

    Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds
    This salad highlights the many green herbs that you can grow in your AeroGarden. This salad is a crunchy, flavor packed salad great for this upcoming Fall. INGREDIENTS 1/4 cup olive oil, divided 1 cup raw shelled pumpkin seeds 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt, plus more 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 teaspoon honey 1/4 teaspoon freshly...
  8. Ultimate Caprese Salad

    Ultimate Caprese Salad
    INGREDIENTS 2 cups cherry tomatoes, preferably heirloom, halved 7 tablespoons (or more) extra-virgin olive oil, divided Flaky sea salt 2 mixed medium and large tomatoes, preferably heirloom, cut into thin slices and/or wedges 8 ounces buffalo mozzarella or mozzarella, room temperature, torn into pieces Coarsely ground black pepper Small basil leaves and toasted country bread (for serving) PREPARATION Toss cherry...
  9. Bolting Lettuce

    Bolting Lettuce
    What does “bolting” mean and why does lettuce do it!? Well, it’s when the plant bolts into rapid growth and goes straight to flowering. The plant goes into survival mode and goes to seed. Hot temperatures will trigger bolting in cool season greens, such as arugula, mustard greens, romaine, beet greens, and lettuce. other plants known to bolt are beets, broccoli...

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