In this eight week video series, AeroGrow Indoor Gardening expert John Thompson explains the basic tips and tricks to pruning and harvesting your herb garden, week-by-week. Learn how to correctly prune, and when it is time to harvest. Week One … Continue reading
With proper pruning and harvesting you can increase the yield, health and appearance of your herb garden. They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words, so we’ve created step by step instructional video to help you out. The main … Continue reading
Basil grows vigorously, and without judicious pruning it can just about take over the AeroGarden. But the right kind of pruning can reward you with a bountiful harvest of fragrant basil for several months! The first pruning is the most important for … Continue reading
Happy Wednesday, AeroGardeners! Today is “Guess What’s Growing Wednesdays”! With diligent pruning you may not get to see these beautiful blossoms. They can be enjoyed in a small bouquet or fancy cocktail. Do you know this herb blossom? Let us … Continue reading
Indoor Gardening Expert John Thompson concludes his week-by-week review of growing, pruning and harvesting an AeroGrow herb garden, showing how easy it is to get abundant harvests week after week. Watch the entire series here (look under “Videos”) or on … Continue reading
Indoor Gardening Expert John Thompson shows us week 7 of caring for and pruning an AeroGarden herb garden, demonstrating how easy it is to promote and harvest an abundance of herbs right in your kitchen.
Indoor Gardening Expert John Thompson shows tips and tricks for pruning a 5 week old Gourmet Herb garden in the AeroGarden 7.
Your AeroGarden, like your car, will serve you better if it gets regular attention. Our AeroGarden maintenance schedule describes a few simple steps you can perform to make sure that all systems are working right, that little bugs aren’t munching … Continue reading
AeroGarden expert John Thompson shows pruning and harvesting tips for a 3 week old herb garden.
Some AeroGardeners let their imaginations run wild when caring for and feeding their gardens. And when i say wild, I mean jungle wilderness wild! Monica submitted this interesting photo of what may run through her mind while pruning the basil. … Continue reading