Welcome to AeroGarden Mastery!

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!

Show off your gardens, share your expertise, and swap ideas with others who share your passion! We feature grow-logs (photo blogs), forums, collaborative books, etc. Especially if you love to experiment, please come on in!

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New Member


Hello, i'm Dominic in New Jersey. Just set up my first aerogarden Sprout LED with some herbs and hope for the best. Next will be to get my Extra LED set up with my Heirloom Lettuce kit. Looking forward to fresh mint for tea this summer.

A few questions


Hello all! I have been growing the herb pods in my Aerogarden for about three months now. Everything was going swimmingly until recently, when my dill died somewhat suddenly. I gave it some time but it did not show any signs of coming back to life, so I removed it. 

I was wondering: 
Could I immediately put a new pod in or should I wait until I replace all of them? My fear is that the new pod would not get sufficient light since the light panel is almost at the max height right now. 

New member and question


Hi everyone, my name is Joel, I live in Cape Town, South Africa and found this site via the ebook Indoor Salad: How to Grow Vegetables Indoors by Ginger Booth. It's exactly the book I've been looking for!

I found an Aerogarden at a second-hand store here in Cape Town - unfortunately the Aerogarden is not generally available here and is difficult, not to mention expensive to import, I'm not sure how the one I found ended up here.

Transplanting tomatoes


Many northeasterns grow tomatoes and since the planting season begins so late a lot of varites of tomatoes don't fruit until august.

 My thought is to start the plants indoors, in an aerogarden,  earlier in the season and give them a headstart. The problem is that the roots grow in 1 long strand. What is the best way, if any, to bring that mature plant outside? 















NEW (3rd) Aerogarden


Got onto the Aerogarden craze back in February. Bought an Ultra LED for the wife, she loves it. Shes been growing her herbs and can't believe the amount of harvest she's getting. So....I bought myself an Ultra LED. Started growing tomatos. Plant are gfrowing fine but not yet ready to flower. The plants are the healthiest I've seen.Soooo. bought myself a Sprout LED for the office to grow Mighty Mini tomatos to go into my lunch salads. This has been growing for only a month and a half and already have over 100 flowers and at least 20 small grren fruit. 


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