Everything We learn About AeroGardens We Learn From Them

Herbs growing in the AeroGarden Dill, Parsley, Basil, Thai Basil, & Mint

There is a plethora of information on the Internet where you will find answers to your questions. That’s right, everything I learned about AeroGarden I learned from you!

When I first learned about AeroGarden, it was some years after I completed my Horticultural certificate. One of my subjects was hydroponics; I was learning about how plants grow in water. I was very interested in this topic because it took me back to my childhood, growing carrot tops on a saucer, sprouting seeds and experimenting with other types of scraps veggies.

I often find the best way is to experiment with your unit. That way, you see what works and what does not work for you

Where can I find information on AeroGarden

Learning about AeroGarden without spending a lot of money unless you want your library, of course, is essential to your budget. 

There is a great deal of information online via the Internet, YouTube, social media and hobby groups; many are free. 

Joining Social media groups and community forums is another great place to ask questions and get answers. Waiting to get an answer is not long, and if you have to wait, you will get your answer hopefully within 24 hours.

Researching AeroGarden online

Researching online is so easy to do the information is at your fingertips. You type in the topic in Google and sift through the results. The best place I started to acquire information was with the company, AeroGarden themselves.


The company AeroGarden contains lots of relevant information on its website. You can find information by searching for products in the eyeglass search bar. They also have across the top, links to:

AeroGarden menu showing links to today's deals, gardens, seed kits, accessories  and resources
AeroGarden Menu Bar
AeroGarden Search Bar, with the eyeglass. type in the name of a product and it will do a search of all the products.
Search Bar
  • Today’s deals drop down showing you a list of specials on their AeroGarden units: gardens, Seed kits, accessories and resources.
  • Link to Gardens has a dropdown of specials on their family farm garden units.
  • Seed kits have a range of pod kits for you to purchase, for instance: Herb, veggie, salad, custom, grow anything, and flower kits.
  • The accessories tab drops down a menu that you can click on: seed starting kit, plant food, grow bowls, tending and harvesting tools, grow lights and pods.
  • Resource link provides access to guides on AeroGardens, seedpods, accessories and grows lights. FAQs area for you to peruse to see if anyone has had the same issues as yourself or determine what issues people have had with their units or seeds. Blog area where you can learn more about AeroGarden and how to and contact information.

To the left of the screen, you will find a Categories section that you can click on and find a range of topics about the company and its products. Also, some beautiful recipes, tips, and hints help make your experience growing plants indoors a pleasure.

Categories bar in AeroGarden. It can be found under Resoures to the left of the screen. The categories contain a list of items such as recipes, company news, gardening tips, and much more.
Find this section under Resources


Reddit is another excellent place to join, especially if you are interested in what others are doing with their AeroGardens. You can find a range of questions about the types of plants that others are growing in their units. In addition, you will find information on why plants turn brown, pest and diseases, DIY projects and seed growth, to mention a few. There is so much more and is worth joining.

Reddit search bar. I typed in AeroGarden and found a lot of information related to my topic.
Reddit search bar

Latest Trends on Google

At Google.trends.com, You can search a term or topic to find the latest stories and insights. I entered the keyword AeroGarden. The results showed how they progressed during a period globally. They also provide interest by region on the map, and you can choose a particular area of your choice. 

Google Trends Search Bar "Explore what the world is searching. Enter a search term or topic.
Google Trends search bar

I typed in AeroGarden World Wide:

Interest over time for AeroGarden. It shows the peak sales period before Christmas.
Google Trends Interest over time for AeroGarden

Which Country is AeroGarden used in

Interest by Region for AeroGarden is in Dark Blue to very pale blue for least interest. America, Canada and Alaska has the greatest interest.
The biggest buyers of AeroGarden is in dark blue

Further down the page is a list of related topics such as Jalapeno – Chili pepper, Common sage – Plant, Dome – topic

Related queries include:

Related topics in Google Trends. It changes daily.
This changes every day

Yesterday I had related topics on AeroGarden Bounty basic, Aerogarden Cilantro pods, AeroGarden Sale, AeroGarden liquid plant food and AeroGarden farm xl to name a few. Today, it’s different

Google Trend Related Queries provides a list of topics related to your AeroGarden.
Google Trend Related Queries

Watching YouTube videos on Using the AeroGarden

You can also access Youtube videos that show you how to grow your loved herbs, salad greens and flowers from seed and have them ready for the garden bed. I often access YouTube and watch these wonderful videos on a range of topics.

  • How the AeroGarden Works
  • Back to Basics: Introduction to the AeroGarden
  • AeroGarden Harvest Product video

Google research on AeroGardens

I often read the questions and the answers that people receive on a range of question makes you wonder what’s happening.

  • Is AeroGarden worth the money?
  • Does AeroGarden work
  • How long does AeroGarden last?
  • Does it cost much to run an AeroGarden?
  • AeroGarden Review: Testing cool kitchen gadgets

Reading gardening books and magazines

If you have access to a town library you will often find reviews in the magazines, for instance

  • Choice magazine is also available online
  • PCMag Australia: AeroGarden Bounty Elite – Review 2020

If you are wanting your own books for your library shelf there are many publications on aero gardening online that can be purchased from places such as

  • Amazon
  • Booktopia
  • Kobo
  • eBay
  • Alibaba

Reading other enthusiasts blogs

Reading other people, the blog can put a whole new perspective on aero gardening. Many of the blogs found online are written from their own experience. You can find blogs on AeroGardens by searching:

  • AeroGarden
  • Google

Joining AeroGarden social community forums and groups

It’s essential to be part of a growing community of members in forums and groups. You can learn so much by participating as an active member, and you can also be accommodating in providing personal experience using your own AeroGarden.

  • Facebook
  • Reddit
  • AeroGarden live chat

Experimenting with AeroGarden

This is my favourite part of doing experiments. When I first started growing herbs in my new AeroGarden Harvest. I received Gourmet herbs. I created an online project diary of days I saw progress and growth in my plants.

==To view my project click here==

In my opinion

As you can see, there is plenty of information on AeroGardens on the Internet. I would go to the product website and learn more about the product you wish to buy. Also, access to Google Trend will provide the latest information on what is trending at AeroGarden.

I find it essential to get other people’s opinions so I check out the questions and answers on Reddit. 

Reviews can also be found in Magazines, books blogs and social media. Join a forum or group and learn more.

Learning about AeroGaardens does not always have to be manual. It can be visual as well. You can watch YouTube videos on growing plants and other topics of interest. Also, don’t be afraid to experiment with your own unit and share your results with others.

“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.”

– Chinese Proverb

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8 thoughts on “Everything We learn About AeroGardens We Learn From Them

  1. Gorjan says:

    I’m a part of the Aerogarden board on Reddit, and it’s without a doubt one of the best to be a part of if you’re into aero gardens and such.

    This site of yours is also a good source of info as I’ve read many valuable reviews in the past and many posts on how to do this aerogardening thing properly (since I’m quite new to this). In other words, your content rocks, so you might as well keep it up like this, for all of us are garden fanatics.

    All the best.

    • Yvonne says:

      Thank you ever so much for your response. I, too, am a Reddit member but have been unsure how I would go in helping others with their questions. Does Reddit allow members to link from your site to theirs as we do with Facebook or Pinterest?

  2. Matt Lin says:

    Hi Yvonne,

    I always love to get tips and hints from the company to better leverage the product for better results. It’s good to see that AeroGarden provides so much information to help its customer to grow herbs.

    Another way to get more knowledge is to do online researches on Google or YouTube, and this is why I came here today to read your sharing. 🙂


    • Yvonne says:

      Hello Matt, Sorry for taking so long to answer your comment. I love getting tips and hints as well, and thank you for sharing your suggestions about Google and YouTube. I will look into this. Much appreciate you stopping by and leaving a helpful comment.

  3. Katrina Curry says:


    I have to admit, I love my Aero Gardens. The only thing I don’t like, is the dill falls over while it’s still in it’s young stages. How did you keep yours upright? Or do they all fall over until they’re bigger?



  4. Femi says:

    Learning has been made easier with the help of the internet and this has made aerospace gardening easier for the few people I know who do this type of gardening. You can learn this from books, trying your hands on it and also from personal experience of people around you. Research is very necessary when you need to know more about a particular thing. Equipment used for aerospace gardening can be found on the internet so there’s no sweating when it comes to that. I like your article a lot. Keep up the good work.

    • Yvonne says:

      Hello Femi
      Thank you for stopping by and responding to my post. I agree that the Internet has provided us with a wonderful learning platform to learn so much about gardening indoors using an AeroGarden system. If you follow the instructions carefully, there should be no problems.

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