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  • Carolyn

    I think this is cool but a bit complicated for most residences. Yet there are some applications I’ve seen on You Tube that with just a little land, it can be done. I “farm” in my Aerogardens and wish I had more than the 4 which I have. I have been growing herbs, lettuces (leaf and mesculun), flowers that are edible, and just put in 2 tomato plants. I have planted starts to remove to the outdoor garden. I planted 2 oblong pots with water on the bottom and dirt between the water and the plants. I bought 2 more of those (smaller than earth boxes) for a beginning gardener. My husband waters and I take care of the inside gardening. I have found the lettuces and flowers are very tender as they are not buffeted by the winds or rains as they are inside. They haven’t needed pesticides though I do need to do something for outside. Ants ate my sweet corn all up. I’ll spray with soapy water next time. May put some ant stakes on the outside of the boxes on the ground. my gardening season is all turned around as we are in Florida (SO) but the indoor plants are not affected adversely.

    July 19, 2012
    • Meleah

      Carolyn,
      Thanks very much for your interesting comments. If you have photos of your “aerogardens”, I would love to see some if you wouldn’t mind emailing a couple. – m

      July 24, 2012
  • Gene

    Looks cool and I like mixing the fish with the herbs. Looks costly though.

    July 21, 2012
  • rickngentilly

    July 27, 2012
    • Meleah

      Hey Rick,
      Thanks! Very cool story.

      August 02, 2012

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