Guess What’s Growing?
Hint: This sweet vibrant plant can be used in pesto or as a garnish.
Hint: This can be grown in our grow bowl.
Photo of the Week from Nathan Holmes, right here at AeroGrow headquarters. This is an easy and inexpensive way to personalize your garden. Have fun with your AeroGarden! Add some gnomes, fairies, action figures, or whatever makes you happy. Thanks for posting, Nathan.
Photo of the Week from Pam Wilkinson. Thank you for sharing this great photo of the Never Ending Tomato Plants! Occasionally we hear from customers who report that their tomatoes or peppers have been producing fruit for a year or more, but a picture is worth a thousand words Great tips for supporting and pollinating the plants too! Thanks again Pam, and send an email to email@example.com to claim your free seed kit.
Check out Mayor Larry Johnson visiting Mrs. Young’s class at Vista Elementary School in Taylorsville, Utah where they learned about plants and healthy eating by growing lettuce in an AeroGarden!
Facebook Photo of the Week from Steven Barnes. We love seeing the progress from tiny seedlings to a full, flourishing garden. Looks like some tasty hot peppers are coming soon! Thanks for sharing your photos, and keep them coming. Steven, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim the seed kit of your choice.
The AeroGram Facebook Fan Photo of the Week Seed Kit winner is Robin! Robin posted lots of pics this week, but this one is the favorite, complete with a “bee” pollinating tomatoes! Those tomatoes look great! Thanks for sharing, Robin.
The AeroGram Facebook Fan Photo of the Week Seed Kit winner is Carolyn! She shows off her huge basil leaves growing in her AeroGarden! Thanks for sharing!
The AeroGram Facebook Fan Photo of the Week Seed Kit winner is Véronique! Véronique shows off her beautiful and plentiful Jalapeno peppers growing in her AeroGarden! Thanks for sharing!
The AeroGram Facebook Fan Photo of the Week Seed Kit winner is Valerie! Valerie shows off her Petunia/Bacopa mix but gives some sage advice, “”I would suggest the petunia be planted alone because it crowds out the Bacopa in an [AeroGarden].” Thanks for sharing Valerie!