AeroGarden Harvest - Indoor Garden with LED Grow Light, Black
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Beautiful herbs are grown there. I couldn't possibly use them all because I had so many. Curly parsley and cilantro were the only herbs I couldn't get to work with. I'm giving them another chance right now, but it's too early to tell if they'll do as well as the others. The lettuce is outstanding. I'm sorry, but I won't be able to use all of them. There are four AeroGardens in my collection. Two varieties of three pods and two varieties of six pods. All of them are fantastic.
Yes, it certainly is! The "Add Plant Food" light is green, the "Add Water" light is blue, and the "Light On/Off" light is white, with the "Add Plant Food" light blinking red when an action is required.
AeroGarden is the company I'd contact. It's possible that they'll send a new pod. br>br>Must pay close attention to the instructions. When water is required, add it. Plant flow can be added as needed. I made a note of it. It's also necessary to make any necessary lighting adjustments. br>br>My basil produced basil leaves the size of my hand, and I accidentally killed three plants by forgetting to add more water to the reservoir one day.
In fact, the directions address this issue. It's normal for the pods to grow, and it's a good sign! If you happen to see this, don't give up. It indicates that your plant will begin to sprout soon!
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I have a black thumb, which I believe is noteworthy to mention in this review. Everything was planted on 1/3/19, and this photo was taken this morning (2/5/19). It takes care of itself, and they grow a little more each day. It's the part of my morning routine that I look forward to the most. While my coffee is brewing, I am admiring my plants! I used the basil and parsley from the kit's included packet. However, I ordered my own seeds as well as the "plant anything kit" in order to grow jalapeno poblano peppers, Roma tomatoes, and marijuana.
Edit: We tried a different pod kit and had a much better experience this time, with no bugs. The second and third times around, we had a much better experience; it appears that our first encounter was a one-time occurrence. Thank you to AeroGardem for sending us a replacement pod kit so we could give it another shot. br>br>——br>br>br>I'd like to talk about the wonderful nightmare I had with this product. My wife and I were both very excited for it to arrive because we follow a vegan diet and thought it would fit in nicely with our way of life. I noticed a dead bug or two near the base of the seed pods when we first opened them. That was the start of what would become a nightmare of a bug infestation. We noticed the same little small flies buzzing around the base of the pods after they were planted a few days later. I foolishly ignored them at first, and by the time I decided to act, our entire apartment had been infested with these pesky little flies. br>The little flies that were flying around everywhere were a complete nightmare. For about a week, I was killing at least 75 per day until I threw out the pods and water from the areo garden, which solved the problem. The problem, I believe, stemmed from the fact that the plant pods arrived infested with bugs. When my wife contacted customer service to inquire about the issue, they told us that we were to blame. That the issue was caused by us!! It was ridiculous; until the areo garden was installed, we had never had a bug problem. The bugs were literally visible in the pods' soil, but they had the audacity to blame it on us. br>Overall, it was a very unpleasant experience, and maybe if you're lucky, you'll get pods that aren't infested with bugs, but that wasn't the case for us. br>I don't usually write reviews, but this was such a bad experience. br>Good luck to everyone who buys; I hope you get bug-free pods so you can enjoy the product; it's a great idea.
I couldn't wait to get my hands on it and begin growing herbs. However, I opened the box, carefully followed the instructions, and set up this system. I topped up the fill line with water and fertilizer. Then I tried to reset the fertilizer button by pressing the leaf button once, but nothing happened. Even after I filled it to the fill mark, the fill water button remained on. I knew I was doing something right because I could turn on and off the grow light by pressing the button. So, I attempted to contact customer service and requested to speak with someone about seed pods. It wasn't a long wait, but he told me he couldn't help me and that he didn't want to give me incorrect information. He transferred me to another line, and I spent the next 30 minutes listening to irritating jazz music (my phone has a timer). I decided to abandon the garden and return it to Amazon at this point. Customer service should be avoided at all costs.
It's been five weeks. It included a 6-foot power cord. Five of the six pods in the pod herb kit have sprouted. The thyme did not sprout, despite the fact that the sprouting period was supposed to be 14 days, but it has now been 21. I contacted aerogarden about this, but they informed me that I would have to wait a full 21 days for a replacement thyme. I'll make another attempt to reach out to them. It's been a lot of fun watching the plants grow and sprout, and it's a lot of fun to do. The only aspect of the system that I dislike is how bright it is. It's too bright for me to look at it directly. To avoid blinding myself and my family, I had to cover the entire area with a dark bag. I believe it would be much better if it had some sort of light-blocking feature. Because it's so bright, I'm not sure how anyone could leave it on their work desk as a decorative piece. Aside from that, I'm pleased with my purchase and eager to try the herbs in a few weeks.
That 67 is correct and in my grade book it is an F.
This was a birthday present for my husband, who is the quintessential hard-to-shop-for man, and he loved it. He's a by-product of a by-product of a by-product of the- I'm a numbers guy who paid close attention to the instructions. As a result, all six herbs germinated, and we've already started using some of them (basil, thyme, and dill) after only three weeks. br>br>One thing to keep in mind: I was surprised by how bright the light was. It has a pleasant glow to it, almost like a night light, as seen in the photographs. It's a bright day. It'll be on for 15 hours a day thanks to the timer, so hopefully it won't reflect off the TV screen or illuminate someone's bedroom.
This allows her to continue growing and caring for plants throughout the winter. She can also start growing seeds that she will later transplant outside. It's very simple to use but high tech; I see her checking on her plants multiple times a day even when she doesn't have to; she genuinely enjoys using this item, despite her dislike of technology (new phones or computers), and it's well worth the money.
It appears to be far more sophisticated than my previous garden! I'm really looking forward to getting my gourmet herbs. 😊🌱.