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  1. Dried Herbs or Fresh? When to Use

    Dried Herbs or Fresh? When to Use
    Dried herbs can lend their signature flavors to all kinds of dishes and fresh herbs add a fresh burst of brightness to your cooking. Here's how to make the most of whatever kind of herbs you've got, fresh or dried. Dried herbs offer distinct benefits, like you can add dried herbs to a long braise without worry, they won't turn...
  2. 5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home

    5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home
    We stumbled upon this great article the other day and could not agree more. Better yet, the 5 herbs that they recommend growing, are all herbs that LOVE growing in our AeroGardens. 5 Herbs Everyone Should Grow at Home, According to a Master Gardener Below are the 5 herbs they mention, but you will have to go to the article...
  3. 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...
  4. What is "Harden Off"

    What is "Harden Off"
    So you started your plants in your AeroGarden, but now you want to transplant them into pots or your outdoor garden. A relatively easy process, but when done without hardening off, some plants may not survive the transition, and no one wants that!What our new video on how to Harden off your plants for the best possible success. If you...
  5. 40 Ways to Use Basil

    40 Ways to Use Basil
    Have you ever grown Basil in your AeroGarden? If you have, then you know that it grows like crazy, often resulting in an overabundance. Then when you do harvest your basil, do you think, what do I do with this? Make the traditional pesto, or caprese salad... Time for some change!  We stumbled upon this amazing blog featuring 40 Ways to...
  6. Beneficial Fungi - White Fuzz

    Beneficial Fungi - White Fuzz
    What is that white fuzzy stuff growing on top of my grow sponge? Sometimes people notice a white fuzz developing on the surface of their grow sponges. This is probably a beneficial fungi, and is in fact, a sign of healthy, organic, biological activity. It does not harm your plants, prevent germination, or in any way impact the quality or...
  7. Harvest Elite Button Settings

    Harvest Elite Button Settings
    All of our Harvest Elite AeroGardens come with a digital display and illuminated push button controls, making it convenient for you to get the garden settings as exact as you would like. Fun fact, the buttons are actually touch-sensitive, rather than the typical buttons you would push down. The key thing to remember is to be gentle. The buttons do...
  8. Tips for Tending to Lettuce

    Tips for Tending to Lettuce
    Lettuce is one of the fastest growing indoor crops you can grow, and it's a staple.  Who doesn't love to be healthy with delicious home-grown lettuce, or add a fresh leaf of romaine on their sandwich, or a salad of tasty arugula? And with AeroGarden, you can enjoy delicious Spring greens all throughout fall and winter! Here are a few...
  9. Be the Bee - Pollinate and Grow Happy

    Be the Bee - Pollinate and Grow Happy
    https://youtu.be/kd139lyGQoM 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...
  10. My tomatoes or peppers have flowers, but why aren't they setting fruit?

    My tomatoes or peppers have flowers, but why aren't they setting fruit?
    Tomatoes can be a little finicky! Outdoors, they may not set fruit if days are too hot or too cool, if nights are too warm or too cool, if the soil is too wet or too dry, and so on. If your tomatoes are blooming then you are on the right track, and hopefully some of the strategies below will...

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