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AerogardenMastery is an Aerogarden user community, of enthusiasts for the Aerogarden and other indoor (and outdoor!) growing technologies. We grow food, herbs, flowers, and other ornamentals. Hydroponics, grow lights, Earthboxes and Growboxes - we like growing tech!

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I need some new basquets, domes and grow sponges

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Hello everyone! I am in Sweden and I would love to purchase 14 basquets, 14 domes and at least 14 grow sponges. That's all I need for now :) They don't have to be brand new. I was looking at Ebay but to ship those stuff here would cost me around 100 dollars...I think that is WAY to much lol. So I was wondering if someone would like to make a deal with me? I would love to get goin with my 2 Aerogardens again as soon as possible.

Thank you very much!

 

 / NIcholas

Trinidad VV7 Scorpion Peppers [10/05/2016]

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This pepper was given the Catalog number VV7 by Agriculture of Trinidad. Grant from Australia who has many friends in Trinidad is the source for these screaming hot peppers. The VV7 Scorpion Chiles have a very sweet taste but the heat level rivals a Moruga Scorpion. Some say they are related. The VV7 Scorpion Chile plants get about 3 feet tall and produce lots of peppers that ripen from green to dark red.

Wifi Enabled Aerogarden's

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Anyone else recieve the email from AG?

Over the next few weeks, we're going to introduce some beautiful new AeroGardens that will be even easier to use and have even better LED lighting systems. You can expect to see some our best-selling gardens in exciting new colors and finishes...and some of them will be Wi-Fi enabled! Look for announcements regarding these products in the coming weeks.

 

New Member and First Questions

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Hi, new member about three weeks into my first Aerogarden Bounty with 7 herb pods and 2 lettuces. Everyone is doing pretty well so far it seems. Pruned the basils and dill the first time this morning.

My first question - My italian parsley did not sprout - what is the best way to re-plant? It seems like the plastic grow basket and domes can be re-used with a new sponge insert and seeds from a local dealer? Is the label with slits necessary for anything and is it reusable? It seems like it inhibits the plants from spreading much at the base.

New Bounty led wifi

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Hello I am new to the hydroponic aerogarden group. I purchased a Bounty Led wifi with the nine pod gourmet herbs. I've had it set up for 16 days and have installed a airrator with two stones. One for each side. And The AeroVoir AeroGarden Reservoir and light shields. 

As soon as I installed the airrator the change was noticeable it appears the pants look better and are growing faster. 

Only one seed pod a genovese Basel has not sprouted.  Customer service is sending a new one. Thank you Emelia.  

So far so good. Will keep up to date on the form. 

New Aerogarden!

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Hi All,

Just got a spiffy new LED aerogarden!  I have a couple older models that have been slowly breaking down.  I can't complain - they're 8+ years old and still grow OK.  But man-o-man the new model is nice! Looks so much easier to clean and replace pump. I'm just admiring it right now.  I had to order pods and such to grow my own seeds.  I do like the light it puts out.  I really like the plant keeper better than the old stretchy design.  How do you guys like yours?

Beth

 

Plants per pod. Lettuce, herbs, vegetables.

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I'm a total newbie to the AeroGarden.  For the past 2 years I plated a winter garden in a pop up vinyl greenhouse outfitted with automatic irrigation and a heater that maitained 37°F.

Needless to say, I prefer an indoor garden without dirt over what I've done for the last 2 winters.

My question is this....

How many plants should I allow to grow in each pod for the following plants.  I have read conflicting advice elsewhere so I figure I'd ask the experts.

Lettuce/Greens:

Recommendation

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Hi, I have a Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Bounty. I would like to know if it's possible to grow those listed and how easy is to grow? Thank you

 

 

Giant ground cherry

 

kidney bean

Dwarf Bean Pensil

Black Seeded Simpson

edamame

spinach

Lettuce

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