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Finally got our Aerogardens

I'm really looking forward to the results- we got two small Aero gardens for our kitchen, One of them has the Tomato seeds, and the other has Basil, Oregano and Parsley. The Aero garden pretty much takes care of itself, It's got a bowl, that you fill with water that filters itself, the solar light thing! I was a bit confused as I put it together, but my mom is pleased, and I feel very accomplished.See More
May 12, 2010
Tasha commented on Nathan L Verrill's page Food Security - ACT
"I'm helping start a home garden for my mom-- I know its not a stranger, or a friend, but It's something right?"
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"Thank you for the comment! all these look really helpful!"
Apr 20, 2010
Walker Salmon commented on Tasha's blog post Home Ideas for change
"Growing stuff is great! Make sure you go organic! I added so links I got from the Organic gardening meetup, if you can find a group of other gardeners, they will help you a lot! Cheers http://www.ecoworkshops.com/ On Facebook: The Dinner Garden:…"
Apr 19, 2010
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Home Ideas for change

It's easy to forget how easy it can be to help the world, even if you aren't helping any people but yourself and your family. So as I stumble up ways you can help the world I'll post them here! Please write back your thoughts and opinions, as well as any information that someone else could find useful!The aerogarden is a very expensive (like 300$ expensive) gadget. But it looks to be well worth the price. Apparently it pretty much takes care of it's self,…See More
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Finally got our Aerogardens

I'm really looking forward to the results- we got two small Aero gardens for our kitchen, One of them has the Tomato seeds, and the other has Basil, Oregano and Parsley. The Aero garden pretty much takes care of itself, It's got a bowl, that you fill with water that filters itself, the solar light thing! I was a bit confused as I put it together, but my mom is pleased, and I feel very accomplished.

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 12:48am

Home Ideas for change

It's easy to forget how easy it can be to help the world, even if you aren't helping any people but yourself and your family. So as I stumble up ways you can help the world I'll post them here! Please write back your thoughts and opinions, as well as any information that someone else could find useful!



The aerogarden is a very expensive (like 300$ expensive) gadget. But it looks to be well worth the price.… Continue

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