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Growing a garden just got high-tech. Say goodbye to that pathetic parsley and battered basil. With the hydroponic AeroGarden—on sale at Amazon for 43 percent today only, you can grow your own produce without soil! Or mess! Or much effort at all! This glorious gadget is usually $150, but today you can snag it for just $85. Think of all the money you’ll save in the long run.
It’s so easy to garden, even black thumbs will reap the benefits. Simply drop in the all-natural, non-GMO, pre-seeded pods, add water, and you’ll see sprouts in days and a full-grown harvest in weeks. The kit includes pods for everything you’d want in an heirloom salad, from Black Seeded Simpson to Miracle of the 4 Seasons, plus a 3oz bottle of their patented all-natural plant nutrients.
These containers will hold six plants up to 12 inches tall. Bring on those greens!
Best part? You don’t have to remember to water! The machine will automatically turn the LED “grow lights” on and off and remind you when to add water and food.
As you can imagine, reviewers are loving every minute of this machine. “I gifted this to my wife as she really likes to cook and had heard her mention having a little herb garden at some point” one reviewer shared. “The setup was pretty simple to assemble. Put it together, put the pods in, and fill it with water. Really after you get everything set up, it's set it and forget it.”
“It was quite exciting to come in every day and see how the plants were progressing. Light blinks every 2 weeks to remind you to add plant food (which it came with a small bottle) and to add water if needed. Hold the light button to set it when you wake up. The light comes on every morning and shuts off at night.” they added. “After they started sprouting it really started getting crazy. Really impressed at how fast they took off! The light is at it's maximum height now and the plants require pruning every couple days.”
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