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Category: Hydroculture | Posted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 12:32 am

Currently, I have two babies growing in my Aerogarden of Serendipity.

One is a new pod of an old friend. The Mega Cherry Tomato, unfortunately, had to replace the third pod due to the failure of the seeds in the originally installed pod to germinate. I think they may just have been too old or not mature enough or something like that.




Mega Cherry Tomato Plant 8 March 2017 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )



The other plant taking up space is a wild card. It is, even now, an unknown variable within the workings of the Aerogarden. The Sweet Pickle Organic Pepper plant has been growing the longest in the Aerogarden and is already at the point where it is blooming profusely.



Sweet Pickle Organic Pepper Flower 9 March 2017 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )






Sweet Pickle Organic Pepper Plant 8 March 2017 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )






Aerogarden of Serendipity 8 March 2017 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )



For my part, I haven't been up to much stuff that's plant related. Just re-potting the pineapples and starting some Avocados.


Still waiting on the Not So Secret Garden plot to become available. Hopefully, something will come through soon. As much as my Asthma and Allergies are averse to being around such places, I could do with the extra growing space for food. Especially now.


Thank you for reading. Take care and be well.


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Comments

 

Frank wrote on Fri Mar 10, 2017 1:04 pm:


Nice update Xante. I bet you couldn't live without the AeroGarden now? :)




 

xantedeschia wrote on Fri Mar 10, 2017 4:36 pm:


Thank you, Frank! Thank you for commenting as well.

We've definitely gotten used to having the Aerogarden in our lives here in my home. While not much, it has been something of a boost in the fresh fruit/veggies department, especially with the prolific Mega Cherry Tomatoes. We're eagerly anticipating the peppers and hope that they're as fruitful, if not more so, than the tomatoes have been in the past.


While it would be awesome to have an outdoor growing space, I'm not going to knock the Aerogarden's capabilities.


Now that I'm more familiar with the technology, it makes me want to get lamps, buckets, and grow bulbs to experiment with how many plants I could successfully sustain in my room. :)





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