Having an AeroGarden comes with a lot of benefits. What better thing to add to your meals other than fresh grown fruits and vegetables? But so far vegetables have been a more popular choice amongst users and also there are more options on the market. This might be perfectly fine if you prefer them and mostly plan on using the results to make salads, but if you want some sweet fruits then this might be a problem.
You can find my favorite AeroGarden Peppers HERE.
At almost every meal we eat some meat, a side dish, and some salad. The only problem with that is that it will not grow in the winter, so you will have to either buy it from the supermarket or grown your own at home, somewhere inside. Since you are reading this article, I can assume that you are wanting to plant your own salad indoors. Here are some of the things to take into consideration if you want to do that.
Have you ever wanted to grow something indoors but the seeds that you have wanted are not available in a seed pod form? Well, there are a couple of ways on how you can do it yourself. The amount of effort that this should take is minimalistic and will produce really good results if you do it right.
Can I transplant aerogarden plants?
Yes. You can transplant your AeroGarden seedlings outside, but you are going to have to be careful when you do it. You should take the outside weather into consider. You do not want to transplant them in the winter, because they will not make it outside. Especially if there is still a danger of frost.
NO! AeroGarden is not Dishwasher safe. If you try cleaning it that way, the dishwasher will damage the plastic parts and that will ruin your gardening system. Another reason why you should never consider washing it this way is that the inside will not be properly washed neither sanitized, which it has to be before any new planting.