MiracleGro Aerogarden takes the hard part out of gardening
It's rewarding to grow your own food but gardening is a lot of work.
You have to have time, space, motivation, and at least a little bit of know how to get a garden going.
But here's a thing, you can still grow food right under your counter top with little to no effort.
In door planting sytems like the AeroGarden Bounty Elite from Miracle-Gro make it super simple to grow your own garden inside.
No matter how bad your gardening skills are.
This system which starts at $249 even comes with a special bonus.
It hooks up to your home's WiFi network so you can keep track of your plants when you're away.
The [UNKNOWN] is made up of a container for your plants and water and bright LED lights.
After you assemble the Bounty Elite, you follow the Quick Plant instructions on the touch screen control.
You have to select what types of plants you will grow, and the Bounty Elite will tell you how long it will leave the LED lights on for optimal growth.
To get started, you add about a gallon of water to the container.
AeroGarden gives you nine plants to start your first garden, and they come in these little pods that are pre-packed with seeds and dirt.
The AeroGarden pods give you all the info you need about each plant you're gonna grow.
On the label, you'll see the name of the plant.
How long it takes for it to swell, and how tall it will grow?
You pop the pods into their own slots on the [UNKNOWN] Then you place little plastic cups over each pod, which creates a greenhouse effect in which the seeds will start to emerge.
Then we add a little liquid plant food to the [UNKNOWN] And from there you're like nature Well, more like the gardening system do its thing.
We expect to see some action in the next week, but until then, I'm enjoying not getting my hands dirty.
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