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Miracle-Gro AeroGarden 3-Pod Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed Pod Kit, Black

Price: CDN$ 79.95 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Revolutionary kitchen appliance lets you grow your own food indoors all year round right in your own kitchen
  • NASA-proven, soil-free growing technology scientifically proven to grow plants up to 10X faster than plants grown in soil
  • Grows herbs, flowers, lettuce, peppers, veggies and more
  • Energy efficient grow light included, grow indoors anywhere, any time of year!
  • 11.5-Inch L x 11-Inch W x 14-Inch Minimum Height, Extends to 20-Inch Maximum
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  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 24.1 x 50.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 Kg
  • Item model number: 900110-1208
  • ASIN: B0015MG9P2
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 13 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By arian321 on Jan. 27 2014
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I bough AG3 in December. Planted 2 cherry tomatoes and one parsley.
One of tomatoes seems to be OK, the other one stopped growing after reaching 1cm hight. Parsley didn't germinate.
After that I bought an AG extra, and realized how weak AG3 is. I think, it's better to add some money and to buy bigger models of AG.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jamie K Gallant on Dec 25 2013
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Product exceeded expectations. Easy to follow instructions, easy assembly with all necessary materials included. Shipping was well within estimated time frame. Looking forward to using it!
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244 of 252 people found the following review helpful
Cute and fun, but not the most practical Aug. 5 2009
By Julie - Published on Amazon.com
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Purchased this for my Mom as a birthday gift. The basil grows extremely well and produces an abundant supply. The chives are barely growing at all, and if you are only going to have 3 types of herbs, there are plenty of other more popular herbs they could have picked besides thyme.

Unlike the larger aerogardens, this one has been simplified and does not have different plant growing settings (lettuce, herbs, etc.). It also seems to be noisier than my Aerogarden classic (7 hole).

If you can afford the classic aerogarden with 6 or 7 holes, I would go with it. This model seems overpriced for how limited it is both by its 3 hole size and stripped down features.
92 of 99 people found the following review helpful
Great Gift Idea! Dec 14 2010
By Dr. Marks - Published on Amazon.com
I got this as a gift and I have already gone through 3 different kits for more than a year now:

The first kit I had was the gourmet herb kit they provided in the box. This is simply an amazing collection of herbs. I usually put basil in my pasta sauce, thyme in my rice, and chives/parsley in some sort of soup I make and the flavor is greatly enhanced in everything! At first, I had problems with the chives because it did not sprout at all (grew some mold). But Aerogarden immediately sent me a replacement chives seed pod, no questions asked! Out of all the herbs though, basil seemed to be the best because it grew VERY quickly and I often used the leaves weekly for my meals without worrying about its state.

The second kit I had were salad greens, and the kit I am currently using is cherry tomato. Overall, I had great results in every kit I used.

UPDATE (4/17/2011): I'm still currently using a tomato kit, that only came with 1 seed pod, but it's going great! There's a really important trick that I discovered! They say in the directions that multiple seedlings will germinate, but we should cut off all but 1 sprout. I, however, decided to plant the rest of the seedlings into separate pots, and I now have a total of 4 individual tomato plants! I do recommend that you only leave one tomato plant in the aerogarden because it will grow extremely large. For a while, I tried leaving two seed pods in the same pot, but they simply grew too large and I eventually had to remove it. What's even greater is that we can grow more by taking off the suckers (look it up) that grow in between the stems and planting these. They are essentially clones of the "mother" plant and will completely form a new tomato plant when placed in soil and well watered for several days!

However, the Aerogarden is certainly not for everyone. Here is a brief summary of pros/cons:

1) Very easy to use. An indicator light will flash when you need to add nutrient tablets (provided in the seed kit) and when you need to replace the water.
2) The instructions on many seed kits state that they only last for 4-6 months, I have noticed that it is actually quite longer if you take better care of it.
3) Gourmet herb kit contains plentiful amounts of each herb, especially the basil.
4) You can also manually keep the light on/off. I tend to keep the light on during the night so it acts as a night light for me. Then during the day, the light will turn off and it will receive sunlight from the window.

1) Water indicator light is not very reliable. It will often turn on when the water level is so low that it has already had adverse effects on the plants. Therefore, you must check the water level regularly. I highly urge you not to purchase this product if you leave for long periods of time. i have noticed the water level will go down by half just after 2 days. Leaving the plants without water will harm them and the air pump!
2) Maintaining the garden itself is very time consuming (you get out what you put in). You must regularly prune the plants, otherwise the plants will grow too tall and wide, which will cause crowding of the plants to occur.
3) It is best that you do not mix certain seed kits as the nutrient tablets are specific for certain plants.
4) The Aerogarden is connected to a socket 24/7, meaning it is continually draining energy from you. (However, it is an energy star product)
70 of 77 people found the following review helpful
Good product with a one major problem Dec 11 2011
By Jared M. - Published on Amazon.com
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Before I get into the review you should know that I do NOT have a green thumb. I've tried to grow two gardens both without growing anything. I simply don't have the patience to weed, fertilize or any of the other things I don't even know about to get a garden to grow. I bought this aerogarden because I cook a lot for my wife and love having using fresh herbs but don't love the expense. This garden really does deliver. It's fairly idiot proof. You put in nutrients when the light goes off and you check it's water level often. The pruning can be difficult but the aerogarden website has helpful videos. The garden is fun too! It's great to see the plants spring up. Also the customer service of Aerogarden is great.

The major problem for me is that this garden does NOT save money. If you cook a lot you will need more herbs than this garden will produce for you. Also, you need to buy a new bulb every six months as well as get new nutrients if you want to keep your plant growing longer than the recommended time. All of these variable costs on top of the fixed cost of the aerogarden means you spend more than if you just bought fresh herbs. This doesn't mean this isn't a great product, it just means you shouldn't buy it thinking it will save you money.

- Works well, virtually idiot proof
- Fun to see the plants grow with so little effort
- This is a green product and if you are concerned with your carbon footprint it will reduce it over buying fresh herbs from the store
- Aerogarden's customer service truly is unparalleled, they're just waiting to help you

- This product has too many variable costs (light bulbs, extra nutrients) which add up to this product being too expensive over buying from your grocery store

If you made it to this review you are, like me, concerned with quality. I can say with certainty that this is a quality product. However, I give it only 4 stars as I wished I had considered the true cost of this product more carefully before I purchased it.
52 of 57 people found the following review helpful
Get a real Aerogarden Dec 14 2012
By Michael Dawson - Published on Amazon.com
After having used an Aerogarden Pro 200 series 7-pod for two years, I opted to purchase this 3-pod Aerogarden for my mother. Not only is the water pump replaced with a simple air pump that bubbles the water, but it doesn't even work properly! The air bubbles cause the water to crust up (from the nutrients I assume)around the entire rim and the flap where you can refill water. It looks HORRIBLE.

Not only that, the light was weak, the plants had a hard time growing, even sitting right next to a window. Only one of the 2 seed kits included actually sprouted. And on top of that, the LED light to indicate when to add nutrients is so dim you can't even see it without walking up and directly looking at it. And I see there's some sort of clear plastic piece that I assume tells you when to add water, never did figure out how that worked....

Overall, its an extremely low-price pure crap knockoff aerogarden. Do yourself a favor, buy a real one (6 pod or 7 pod) that actually runs water through the entire root system of the plants, not these crappy 3pod ones that use nothing more than a glorified fish aerator pump that does absolutely nothing to circulate the water. Ultimately, this 3pod garden was only used for about 6 months before it was tossed in the trash, not even worth selling to someone else.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Not So Great April 6 2010
By D. Bale - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this during an extreme discount on Amazon's Black Friday sales. I'd be pretty upset if I had payed the full price. Mine came with chives, thyme, and basil. The chives never sprouted. The thyme did not grow well, it stayed puny. The basil did great.

Now, about four months into use, the automatic light timer is no longer accurate. It seems to turn on and off at random. I intend to unplug and clean it, then let it sit for a month and try some new seeds (peppers). Maybe it just can't take 4 straight months plugged in.

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