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    anyone use an aerogarden to grow herbs and vegetables, are they any good.


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    Umm... what knid of "herbs"?

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      I have several of them. I always have herbs growing (usually one with parsley & cilantro, and one with other herbs (sage/thyme/basil/etc). I have one with catnip (so I can make toys for the kitties). I usually have cherry or grape tomatoes going (I use my own seeds, so it's often more of an experiment than anything). I have tried the Salad Greens kit from Aerogrow, and it did produce a decent amount of greens - it would definitely be good for someone who eats salad more often than I.


      I have one of the 3-pod aerogardens with flowers in it at work. The combination of the light and the flowers has helped this winter (it has been a lot snowier & greyer this year so far).

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        you can make a cheap one using plastic containers and a CFL light bulb. Let me know if your interested and I will post instructions.

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          I have an aerogarden that I got for my birthday last year. I love it. I have to buy more pods for it. They have some "grow anything" pods that you put your own seeds in.

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