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Herb Garden 1 [Planted 6/15/2015]


Hi Folks,

This is the first of the three gardens I currently have growing on Ultra LED's. This garden consists of three dill pods, two cilantro pods and two chives pods. As you can see from the photo, only the chives aren't over the labels, yet, however they are starting to show some life. These are all AG pods.



Yellow Leaves on Ultra Led Gourmet Herb Seed Kit (Dill)

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Hi everyone!

I recently bought an AeroGarden Ultra Led and got also the Gourmet Herb Seed Kit. I'm on day 34 and I have a problem with my dill. 

It started to grow slower and some leaves are getting yellow. I use the liquid nutritient which came with the seed kit. The pump is working fine and the lights are not too close or away. What can be the reason? The room temparature is 84 - 86F and the water inside the reservoir is about 90F isn't that a little too warm? Is the pump causing the heat? Or what else can be the reason? Here a picture.

Outdoor Potatoes and Onions 2015

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I kinda liked the onions last year, especially because the pansy planted in the onion pot looked great all summer. Maybe that's the onion. Maybe it's the potassium-heavy root-vegetable fertilizer. Let's do it again!

The 2 month onion starts I grew from seed look utterly pathetic. So I also picked up some onion bulbs at a big box store, some of them already sprouted and looking 10x tougher than my seedlings. Planted both. The green onions from last year are waking up and resuming life in their saddle planters.

Outdoor Cucumbers 2015

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Soaked and planted cucumber seeds on Thursday, because the weather's been so hot. Worth a try... Tried building bigger mounds this year for the "cucumber hills". Nobody's germinated yet.

Planted 6 varieties, really doubting the seeds for 3 of them - they're old. Though I'd be delighted with all of them. I'd be especially delighted if my 7-year-old pearl white cukes germinated. Those aren't for sale anymore, and they're really good.


Outdoor Peas 2015

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Hey wow! Pea seeds don't last long! frown With my usual sprout 'em indoors pea trick, I wasn't getting enough germination to fill my pea fences. Rather than wait for seeds to arrive ordered online (because I was already planting late), I bought a bunch of seeds from Walmart and Home Depot, and now have eight varieties of peas planted.


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