Growing an Indoor Herb Garden Week 3 — First Harvest!

Growing an Indoor Herb Garden Week 3 — First Harvest!

AeroGarden expert John Thompson shows pruning and harvesting tips for a 3 week old herb garden.

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Planting an indoor herb garden — week 2 check in

AeroGarden expert John Thompson checks in on a 2 week old Gourmet Herb Seed Kit.

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Planting Your Indoor Herb Garden

Indoor Garden Expert John Thompson plants culinary herbs in the AeroGarden.

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Setting Up Your Indoor Garden

AeroGrow’s indoor garden expert shows how easy it is to set up an AeroGarden Classic

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Planting Your Indoor Herb Garden: Week One Update

AeroGrow’s Indoor Gardening Expert checks in on a one week old Gourmet Herb Seed kit.

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Spiders and Gnomes

Thanks to Brian for sharing his photo of a spider plant, petunias and garden helper. To share your AeroGarden photo (with a chance at a free seed kit giveaway) post pictures of your garden at www.facebook.com/aerogarden.

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How fresh is fresh?

Did you know that fresh produce from your grocery store travels an average of 1,500 to 2,500 miles to reach your plate and averages 7 to 14 days from farm to plate?  Compare that to AeroGarden-fresh!  I like to grow the salad greens in my office at work for a healthy, FRESH, “off the plant”.

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How to save tomato seeds

Every year, while I’m enjoying my best and most delicious garden tomatoes, I save the best seed for planting the following year.  I’ve enjoyed amazing tomatoes, handed down and passed around, year after year.  No matter the source, if I have a good tomato, I save a seed or two and give it a try.

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Coleus is Catching On

Thanks to Beth for posting this beautiful shot of the Coleus she rooted from cuttings in the AeroGarden.  Colorful and easy!  Look for a Coleus kit from AeroGrow later this summer! To share a photo from your AeroGarden post it on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/aerogarden.

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Basil tip # 5 – Basil simple syrup

Thanks to Annie for this great tip for making sweetly spicy summer drinks! To make basil simple syrup, combine equal parts sugar and water in a small saucepan. Heat until the sugar dissolves, and then stir in a good handful of basil. Remove from heat.  Let it steep for about 30 minutes, strain and store.

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