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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

Elite Harvest Lights Have Just Gone Out

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I've had this unit for about a month less than a year (Thank goodness for the warrenty) and I set it up working again about 7 days ago.  This mornig at 4 AM I went to it to set the time by pushing the lights button.   As it is supposed to do - the other lights did blink but the LEDs did not light,  I have tried several times and nothing happens,  The pump does work, I can hear it.  The "control panel" front lights are on but I can't get the LEDs to work.

I am being sent a replacement, but until it gets here, I'd like to keep my flower sprouts growing.  Any suggestions?  

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.

7-Pot Gigantic Chocolate Peppers [10/22/2016]

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Also called Gigantic 7 Pot. As with other Trinidad varieties the abbreviation SR stands for a lady named Sara who shares many varieties from Trinidad with the world. In this case with her friend Christopher Phillips from Michigan. Chris always finds a way to locate the newest varieties and get them out to everyone. I must mention that without people like Chris and Sara we may have never heard about all these wonderful strains from Trinidad! This Gigantic 7 Pot SR Chile plant can produce pods so big that the actual pepper will fill up the palm of your hand.

Outdoor Flowers 2016

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The pansies have had a rough time outdoors, but pansyfest is approaching anyway! laugh Got a decent crop of shady lady impatiens coming along indoors, too. Only one of my hollyhocks seems to be coming back from winter - oh, well. The purple violas I planted last year, and a few of last year's pansies, are doing well.

Parsley

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I've been growing parsley in my aerogarden will a seed pod from aerogarden. It has been growing well but I was surprised to see that there's 2 different types of parsley in the same pod.

I've enclosed a picture of the parsley can anyone tell me what the names of the 2 types are?

Is it common for a seed pod to contain more than one type of seed??

Does the flavor of the parsley change very much if is left to grow until it is needed?

 

Thanks John

AG Bounty Elite Setup W/ Extra Grow Lights

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This is my Bounty Elite setup. The tomatoes and Dill are 42 days old. The Bell Pepper is 28 days old. This is the only way I was able to shine some of the light onto the plants. I hoping the way I did it, will be just as effective. Either way, I have no choice. I'm moving the Dill soon. I'm just waiting on the potting fiber soil.

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