Post by lynnee on Sept 23, 2022 9:44:38 GMT -5
In January, I bought my first Aerogarden, a Bounty, with the idea of using it to grow a few herbs during the winter and experiment with starting veggie seedlings in the seed starting tray. You know what I'm going to say next. I became absolutely hooked on the whole experience and now have five Aerogardens -- Bounty, Bounty Elite, Harvest Elite, and two Harvest Slim Elite. There is a little genie in the AGs who keeps whispering that I need one more...and I listen! It has been fantastic to grow bok choy, a variety of greens, and lettuce indoors. The basil, dill, parsley, and cilantro started indoors in the AGs transplanted beautifully to the outdoor garden. So it has been a win-win-win. Next Spring, my goal is to use the AGs to start all of my veggie and herb seeds for the outdoor garden.
Thanks to all of you on Aerogarden Addicts who have helped answer questions along with the way without even knowing it!
A very warm welcome to you, katyag247!
Only five AGs? I went through the same process that you describe, and now have one Sprout, two Harvests, two wireless Bounties, five Bounty Elites, two Farm 12XLs, a Farm 12, and a Farm Plus! Only five gardens are active right now, because I'm rearranging the downstairs furniture, but I'm growing eggplants, celery, tomatoes, peppers, and a cucumber.
So you've come to the right place! I'm looking forward to hearing about your projects, and hope that you'll post photos of your projects as time permits.