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AerogardenMastery used to be 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!

But hackers proved too much of a hassle. So now it's read-only. Sorry!

Grow Anything Button?


Yesterday I got my 1st Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Bounty Elite I have a Question How to use the Grow Anything button ? I click on the button takes me to a screen saying choose what one i want i click on next takes me back to the quick plant menu screen , i just want to start peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, mint at the same time . Please anyone reply to me back real soon this is my 1st time

Water pump for AG Ultra (connector problems)


The cord that goes from the water pump to the base is damaged, basically completely severed.  There is no replacement part with the correct connector available in the AG web store.  Would something like this work?  Is there a better option?

http://preview.tinyurl.com/yd3fdhku (link to Amazon product)


The part requires the type of connector that plugs into the power base.  Like this:

Outdoor Flowers 2017

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I bought pansies this year, instead of growing them from seed... From seed, I need to start them at New Year's, and run growlights for a couple months for them alone. Just didn't bother this year.

Flowers I grew from seed: impatiens, gazanias.

I didn't get a picture of it, but apparently a volunteer hollyhock will bloom this year, too. Calibrachoa and snapdragons and columbine volunteer in the garden. I dug out some calis from the railing planters and put them in 6-packs to grow up in safety.

Outdoor Cucumbers and Beans 2017

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Planted cukes and beans yesterday - way late. And still kinda chilly.

I ran out of seeds for my current favorite cuke, summer dance (only had 1 left). Ordered more of those... The bean seeds are pretty old, too.

Anyway, cukes: planted tsuyataro, one summer dance, and something called Green Dragon I'd never seen before (a 10", bitterfree, smooth green something.)

Four different kinds of bean seed, all dubious in age. Green and purple pole beans, two varieties of bush beans.


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