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The Greening




Category: Horticulture | Posted: Sat Feb 27, 2016 6:37 pm

I finally got it. I finally got the Aerogarden Bounty.



Aerogarden Bounty delivered on 26 February 2016 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )


If you're wondering why it's still in the box, there are two reasons for that.


1. I'm going to do an Unboxing video and upload it to YouTube. (See my links list for my vlog)


2. My "old" Aerogarden Ultra LED still has tomato plants ripening in it and I haven't deconstructed it yet.


Everything is going into play on or before 12 March. I'm selectively pruning smaller tomatoes from these plants to force the others to ripen faster. I just ate three, not quite red tomatoes off of the vine. They tasted a lot like store bought tomatoes. If they're picking them at that point, it's no wonder they're so flavorless.


I've been spoiled by vine ripened tomatoes. None but those can compete for flavor anymore in my eyes.


On the Outdoor Gardening front, I've compiled a shopping list for myself of things to get in preparation of obtaining My Not So Secret Garden. The waiting list is one year or more and, even then, Senior Citizens have priority first refusal of plots. That should give me enough time to get together a good collection of tools before my name even comes up.


I'm lucky I'm a very patient person.







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