Aerogarden: Week 4

By grace.g.yang ยท August 18, 2009
Under: My Life,product reviews

Well, today starts my FOURTH week with my herb garden and I thought I was excited before, so I took some pictures on Sunday night in preparation for my Tuesday post. Here’s the aerogarden on Sunday:


And on Tuesday night, look how much it grew!:


A couple of DAYS makes a GIGANTIC difference! Check out last week’s post: aerogarden: week 3. On Thursday, I was excited that I could take off all of the caps, but I think there was a huge growth spurt because the herbs finally got their second round of nutrients. The biggest growth came from basil (surprise, surprise):


I’m going to pick some tomorrow morning and make myself an omelet! With basil! From my aerogarden! My thyme is also doing well, although some of the leaves are a little brown (closer to the basil side):


There’s one single chive coming in:


And the mint is quickly crawling out of its shell:


I was initially worried about the dill growth, but it looks like it finally decided to join the herb party:


And finally, my oregano is still a little shy, but hopefully the nutrients I just added will give it the boost it needs:


I reset my timer after my previous post and I can’t wait to add more nutrients! I’m a little worried that I’ll have to move the aerogarden to another place in my kitchen; if the basil continues to grow, I’ll have to raise the lamp a bit so it won’t burn any basil leaves. Check back next Tuesday to find out my Aerogarden’s progress!

Reader Comments

The herbs are so cute! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m thinking of buying the aero garden for the winter.

Written By Leslie on August 21st, 2009 @ 7:49 am

That looks great

I had my aerogarden for over a year and I`m very satisfied with it,but recently I was doing some research on it and found out they were a public company

Did you know that aerogarden is a Public Company?

It`s an extremely undervalued Company

Stock Symbol: AERO.OB

Written By Missy on August 29th, 2009 @ 10:35 am

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