For saving space and soil, this method also has several
other benefits, including no soil-borne diseases, no
weeds to pull and no soil to till, run-of-the-mill side
benefits of soil-less gardening.

The Aerogarden Hydroponics System - An Indoor Gardener's Dream

Looking for a different gift for your gardener in your life? Or something to give to your favorite cook? Once in a while something new shows up in the world of gardening, and that describes the Aerogrow Aerogarden Indoors Hydroponics System. It uses technology that didn't even exist ten years ago. It's so different that it was actually featured in Time magazine in 2005.

Hydroponic Book

The Aerogrow hydroponic system is a completely self contained hydroponics system. Hydroponics is a system of growing plants without soil, where the plant's root system actually grow in enriched or fertilized water. Because the Aerogarden is a soil-less system, it eliminates many problems associated with indoor container gardens. You eliminate many soil-borne diseases and pests when using a hydroponics growing system.

The Aerogrow Aerogarden kit comes complete not only with the hydroponics system, and it includes with a computer controlled pump, and it has a built in grow light too. With this automation, you can set the system up and won't need to attend to it for about two weeks. The Aerogarden includes seed sets for many different types of plants. You can grow herbs to to lettuce and other salad fixings to small vegetables. There are seed kits for many different types of vegetables. With the computer control you simply set it for the type of seeds you have selected.

Since this is an indoor hydroponic unit, the Aerogrow Garden can be used year round. Harvesting herbs and vegetables in the middle of winter is great, and it can be used indoors in the summertime to keep a supply of vegetables that would normally wilt in the heat.

How well does the the Aerogarden system work? We have a complete Aregrow Aerogarden Hydroponic System Review along with time lapse videos of the unit in operation at

By John Ruppel


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