Aerogarden: Cherry Tomatoes

By grace.g.yang ยท March 8, 2010
Under: My Life,product reviews

On Sunday, my friend Sumon called me to ask me about my Aerogarden. Sumon’s interested in purchasing an Aerogarden for himself but I had to tell him about my experience with the machine. While it started out well, this is what my Aerogarden looked like towards the end:


The problem with my Aerogarden was that plants weren’t growing at the same time; the basil grew really quickly and covered up a lot of the slower growing herbs. However, I’m giving them another try; my mom purchased the cherry tomato seed pack:


I planted them right around Christmas time but haven’t seen any tomatoes yet; the leaves smell like a regular tomato plant but they haven’t started sprouting and it’s been almost two months! Anyone else have problems with their cherry tomatoes?

Reader Comments

Just a thought – do you need to pollinate the flowers?

I tried growing peppers in-doors using a pot. I would get lots of flowers, but no peppers. I think my failed attempt was due to the lack of pollination.

Just a thought

Written By Larry on March 9th, 2010 @ 7:16 am

Larry – I don’t think you need to pollinate the flowers…I didn’t have much success with the Aerogarden so I gave it to my friend, Sumon, to try it out.

Written By Grace on April 25th, 2010 @ 2:10 pm

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