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  1. Getting Started: Container Gardens, Raised Beds, and In-Ground Gardening

    Getting Started: Container Gardens, Raised Beds, and In-Ground Gardening
    How to choose and prepare a site for a healthy garden Starting plants from seeds in an AeroGarden is simple. Starting a new garden is a bit more challenging. Whether the garden is planted in the ground, in raised beds, or in pots, success depends on providing adequate sunlight, moisture, drainage, and fertility for the plants to flourish. Amending the...
  2. Pod to Pot: Transplanting Seedlings to Soil from the AeroGarden Harvest

    Pod to Pot: Transplanting Seedlings to Soil from the AeroGarden Harvest
    The AeroGarden seed starting system helps plants sprout much faster than traditional, soil-based sowing. Consistent moisture and bright, broad spectrum light produce strong, stocky seedlings that are ready to transplant in about a week. However,  moving seedlings from a hydroponic system to a soil based system requires a transition period to condition the roots for a more challenging life ahead. ...
  3. Hardening Off: Transitioning Seedlings from the House to the Garden

    Hardening Off: Transitioning Seedlings from the House to the Garden
    AeroGarden Seed Starting Systems help gardeners extend their harvest, use their containers and garden beds more efficiently, and grow more fruits and veggies compared with soil-based seed sowing. But seedlings grown indoors will suffer sunburn and transplant shock if they are planted directly outdoors without preparation. A transition process called “hardening off”eliminates the danger.  The first step of the transition...
  4. INDOOR TO OUTDOOR GARDENING: A SEED STARTING JOURNEY - PART 3

    INDOOR TO OUTDOOR GARDENING: A SEED STARTING JOURNEY - PART 3
    For your outdoor garden, there are three ways to grow those plant babies. Whether you have a full backyard or a small deck to work with, you need to decide which garden setup will work best for you and those seedlings waiting to be transplanted. So let's explore the differences between container, raised-bed, and in-ground gardens.  Also, here are some...
  5. Moving Your Seedlings Outdoors

    Moving Your Seedlings Outdoors
    Tips for Successful Transplanting Before transplanting your small sprouts from your AeroGarden to your soil beds outdoors, seedlings need to be hardened off. This means helping the plants get accustomed to strong sunlight, cold nights, and less watering over time. Skipping this step throws your seedlings into something they are not prepared for and will almost certainly result in some...
  6. Transplanting Tomatoes

    Transplanting Tomatoes
    When transplanting tomatoes into dirt, you can bury them deep.  Tomatoes will root anywhere along the stem that they come into contact with moist soil.  When transplanting from the AeroGarden or from pots, you can trim the lowest leaves from a tomato and bury it deep, with just top leaves above ground.  While your tomato just got shorter, it will...

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