I’ve been wanting to clear out the indoor AeroGarden for a little while now, as the overgrown tomato plants have started to take over the corner of the kitchen.
It took me longer than I thought (doesn’t everything?) to cut out the tomato plant and give the AeroGarden a good clean.
My daughters got hungry half way through my decluttering session and one of them started cooking egg fried rice, so I abandoned what I was doing and cooked some chicken to go with it.
Back to it…
Anyway, I was determined to finish the job and not leave everything looking a mess for another day. I finished setting it all up and popped in Paris Island (leafy greens) and Dill (herb).
Looks a bit bare at the moment but it won’t be long before we start to see a few shoots.
This is so cool, never heard of it before. Do you get a lot of produce from it?
In the last year we’ve tried leafy greens, mint and tomatoes and they’ve all grown well and we got quite a few tomatoes from 2 plants. You have to be careful not to put too many different plants in there at the same time though, as they can get a bit overgrown. I’ll send an update once these new ones have grown a bit.
Where did you get it?
I think my husband got it from Amazon
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