by on 14/09/10 at 2:56 am
Bring Your Garden Indoors
An Indoor Garden might be a good fit for you, it is for me.
Are you like me, a casual indoor gardener who likes to see plants grow? Fresh vegetables and Flower taste and smell great!
Why not have an indoor garden in the kitchen, family room or office or, you can, with the AeroGarden system, fresh herbs, vegetables and flowers all year long? Plus the system is a clean, no mess, low maintenance system that really Works!
Note: see below for a full description of Hydroponic Gardening.
Depending on the kit you choose it will have either 3 -6 -7 pods in each units. Just drop in a pre-seeded grow pod, dirt free, pre seeded pods act as mini greenhouse for fast germination – some within 24 hrs, just add water to the grow chamber add nutrients as per directed and turn the system on That’s It!
It will take you only a few minutes to set up the kit – basically there are three parts, the base, the extender arm and top unit that holds the built-in grow lights – they all snap together, with instructions that even I could understand – then drop in the seed pods, water, nutrients then push the on button.
You will start to see the sprouts in 4-7 days – sit back and watch them grow, you will see some growth every day. The plants will sprout twice as fast, grow twice as fast and last twice as long as the same plants that have been planted in dirt. Maintenance time – you add nutrients and check the water levels every Two week plus as the plants grow a little pruning will help the plants grow.
I go to my kitchen every morning and look at my indoor garden – and the grandkids love to see how much the plant have grown since their last visit.
Last week we started a new garden –I’m growing full sized Heirloom Tomatoes, the sprouts came up in about 6-7 days, they are now about and 1 ½” tall!
I will have tomatoes in a couple months – right in the middle of winter in Denver, Colorado
Hydroponic Gardening: “Hydroponics (from the Greek words hydro water and ponos labor) is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrients solutions, in water, without soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel or mineral wool.” From: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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