Best Resources That’ll Make You Better At AeroGardening

AeroGarden Resources

I often read that there is some conflict about AeroGarden products and how they don’t meet the expected standards for beginner indoor gardeners. As a result, it has led me to write about the best resources that’ll make you better at AeroGardening.

What was needed was a list of valuable and helpful resources and where to find them for you to access or purchase, in the hope, they will help provide an answer to your questions or solve a problem.

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So let’s find out how this list of resources may help you:

AeroGarden.com 

Product Guides and instruction manuals

AeroGarden has a range of guides on their products to allow you better use their products. For example, you can click on any of their icons to get further information:

  • AeroGardens.
    • Once you click on the Aerogardens icon, you are provided with various guides to help you with your unit. This section is arranged in categories from setup to WiFi apps and Amazon’s Alexa. In addition, Maintenance.
  • Seed Pod Kits
    • Under the seed pods icon, you will find instruction manuals on seed pod kits and plant guides.
  • Accessories
    • There are also manuals on a range of accessories
  • Grow Lights
    • There is further information on 12w,20w, and 45 w grow lights if you use grow lights. Sadly, I could not find any extra information on the LED Panel lights.

AeroGarden Blogs

Another great resource is the AeroGarden Blog, where you can find additional information to help you become better as an aero gardener.

AeroGarden Recipes

Furthermore, if you want to know what to do with your surplus herbs and veggies, AeroGarden has a beautiful recipe section.

Books

AeroGarden Bible

The Unofficial AeroGarden Bible. Everything you need to grow an Edible Indoor Garden Without Dirt, Bugs or a Green Thumb. By Julia Clarkson. On Amazon in Kindle or Paperback.

Julia shows you some tips and tricks that she found through her mistakes and failures. She teaches you everything you need to learn about the range of Aerogarden models and how to get the most from your new system. What you can grow, things to try out, how things work, a troubleshooting guide and some tasty recipes for you to make for your family. She also covers many mistakes that new users make and solve them quickly in her book.

CounterTop Gardens

Another Wonderful book is called the Countertop Gardens: Easy Grow Kitchen Edibles Indoors for Year-Round Enjoyment by Shelley Levis. You can purchase either on Kindle or in Paperback through Amazon.

Cook Books

If you’re looking for a beautiful cookbook to show off the abundant herbs that you grew in your AeroGarden, then The AeroGarden Herb It Up! Cookbook in hardcover is for you or as a beautiful gift.

The Cook’s Herb Garden: Grow, Harvest, Cook in hardcover by DK. can be purchased through Kindle or Hardcover through Amazon. This book is also ideal for the AeroGarden and the herbs grown outdoors or in pots. You will find tempting ideas of what to use in your cooking to season your meals.

AeroGarden Master Chef Herb Guide recipe Book has terrific ideas on using your herbs, veggies and salads, including a help guide. Unfortunately, this book is currently out of stock on Amazon, but if you can get your hands on a copy, I would grab it.

Websites & Forums

Books, Cooks and Looks,

Books, Cooks and Looks by Patty is a website that uses her AeroGarden system for her pet rabbit.

My Aero Gardening

My Aero Gardening is a website owned by Yvonne that provides

  • AeroGarden product reviews
  • helpful information
  • How tos
  • Plants that you can grow in an AeroGarden
  • so much more

Reddit

Type in AeroGarden in the Reddit search bar. You will find lots of information from other communities and people asking a range of questions on AeroGarden products and different peoples experiences.

Quora

Quora is another place where you can acquire further knowledge by asking a question and making a connection with others who have had experience using AeroGarden products. You can join and ask a question on an issue you have in using the product or why has my seed not germinated. 

AeroGarden Addicts.com

AeroGarden Addicts is a site where you will need to register to gain full access to their discussion threads, ranging from General information to plants to problems and solutions and a range of AeroGarden models. In addition, they have a Gardners Retreat and so much more. 

AeroGarden Mastery

AeroGarden Mastery is another Forum where people can get together and discuss their models.

Tell me your Aerogarden experiences at Quarter To Three Forums

People gather together and tell others about their experiences using their AeroGarden model at Quarter To Three Forums.

Articles

Choice

Choice has an article review on AeroGarden, which I’m sure many will be interested to learn what they have to say. 

PC Magazine

AeroGarden Bounty Elite by Angela Moscaritolo, Nov 19 2020. She discusses in her article a smart indoor hydroponic unit called The AeroGarden Bounty Elite.

YouTube Videos

YouTube has plenty of videos to watch. Ideal for people who are not too keen on reading. The videos cover reviews on a range of products and the successful harvest. Also, you will find informative videos on How the AeroGarden Works and How to Clean the AeroGarden Easily.

Social Media

Facebook Groups

It has a beautiful community of AeroGarden users who are only too willing to share their successes. To join any of the groups below, you will need a Facebook account.

  • AeroGarden Addicts on Facebook
  • AeroGarden Enthusiasts Public Group
  • Aerogarden Community
  • Aerogarden Enthusiasts Public Group
  • AeroGarden – Home Facebook Page

Pinterest

Topic on AeroGarden has some fascinating tips, ideas, recipes and information on growing fresh herbs, flowers, salad greens and more.  

Twitter

Yes, you will find lots of information on AeroGarden through Twitter. 

Instagram 

If you want to see photos of results or products, you can view them on Instagram and become a follower.

What’s Trending

Google trends have information on what’s trending in the market. You can read my other blog Everything I learned about AeroGarden, I learned from You!

Conclusion

Reviews on AeroGardens have their ups and downs, especially for new people who have purchased and are using one of the models. Therefore, having information at our fingertips is just as important when asking questions or solving issues. 

If you have any questions about this post’s content, please comment below. I would love to hear what you think about this topic and if you would like to share your knowledge.

10 thoughts on “Best Resources That’ll Make You Better At AeroGardening

  1. SAM says:

    Wow! This is wonderful.

    I’ve been meaning to gift my sister an aerogarden, since she would prefer to grow her own vegetables. I think this is a comprehensive guide. All the resources are here.

    I’m more confident of her success with Aerogarden now. Thanks for compiling! Will share this along.

    Cheers,
    SAM

    • Yvonne says:

      Hi Sam thank you for leaving your comment. I’m so glad you are thinking of gifting your sister an aerogarden. They are especially good in winter for growing your own lettuce leaves.

      I’m sure she will learn more from the resources and articles listed on my site. All the best.

  2. Shalisha Alston says:

    Wow. I didn’t know aero gardening was even a niche. Nor did I know there are communities that cater to this specific niche. My little sister, over Thanksgiving weekend, showed me her aero garden. It looks so simple to use. I’m not sure why one would need a guidebook to use it. My sister did mention that some pods grow much more rapidly than others, particularly basil. So I’m glad there’s a section on your post that talks about what to do with surplus herbs. Thanks for a great post.

    • Yvonne says:

      Hello Shalisha. Thank you for leaving your lovely comment. Many people struggle to find information on AeroGardens, plants or maintenance, so that was the reason for making a list of resources that can be accessed much quicker rather than searching then complaining that something has gone wrong. Your sister is correct; Basil tends to grow very fast, and so does dill.

      I ended up transplanting my parsley to my veggie patch as it was huge. When I did this, I got another six more months. Now my parsley has flowered and is self-seeding. Once the climate is suitable, the parsley will regrow; in fact, I will have an abundance of parsley plants.

  3. Nina says:

    This article is an excellent source for Aero Gardening. If you cannot find an answer to your question here, I don’t know where you would find it! You have included all social media platforms, numerous websites and books. It is a great resource for anyone interested in Aero Gardening.
    Thanks for all the information at our fingertips!
    Nina

    • Yvonne says:

      Hello Nina, I’m so happy you find the list of resources that will benefit anyone looking for an answer. When I did a previous post on the negatives of AeroGarden, I noticed that it was mainly due to a lack of information; or the fact of not knowing where to find answers. Thank you for your comment.

  4. Christine says:

    Wow! I had no idea that there are so many resources out there for aerogardening! I love the concept of aerogardening and I would like to start it one day. With so much informaiton available you can’t go wrong 😉

    • Yvonne says:

      Hi Christine, thank you for your comment. I appreciate that you have found the list of resources that will benefit anyone looking for an answer. I hope you do start your AeroGarden one day. All the best

  5. Angee says:

    Hi
    I love your article about aero gardening. My husband has been looking into starting one and this article and the resources you provided is good. I hear they are easy and no experience is really required. It looks like there is a beautiful community out there.
    Cheers

    • Yvonne says:

      Hi Angee, I have the AeroGarden Harvest that I love. Be aware that some seeds my fail to sprout and if this happens to you like it did to me, AeroGarden will replace them free of charge.

      Your husband will love the idea of watching the sprout into little seedlings and watching them mature into adult plants ready for harvest. There is a wonderful community that show off their proud moments on Facebook.

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