Comes in 2 different varieties
1. Salad Greens 3-Pod Seed Kit
Includes: A gourmet blend of red and green leaf, romaine, and butterhead lettuce varieties, Grow Domes for germination and our patented liquid plant food. A blend of three gourmet salad green varieties that are easy to grow, with beautiful coloration of their leaves and sweet, mild flavor. The Salad Greens Seed Pod Kit germinates in just days and is ready to harvest in just a couple of weeks!
- INCLUDES SALAD GREENS SEED KIT - 6 Pre-seeded pods, featuring popular lettuce varieties: red/green leaf, romaine, and butter head
- PLANT TO PLATE – Non-GMO seeds; No herbicides; No pesticides. Harvest lettuce directly from your AeroGarden for the freshest salad possible.
- COMES WITH EVERYTHING - Also includes a 3 oz bottle of patented, specially formulated Liquid Nutrients, grow domes for optimal germination, and a Growing Guide with step by step instructions.
- GERMINATION GUARANTEE - 100 Percent Germination Guarantee; if a Seed Pod doesn't sprout, we'll replace it for free.
- WORKS WITH ANY AEROGARDEN - For use in all AeroGarden models.
2. Mixed Romaine Seed Pod
- INCLUDES MIXED ROMAINE SEED KIT - 6 pre-seeded pods featuring red and green romaine lettuce varieties
- PLANT TO PLATE – Non-GMO seeds; No herbicides; No pesticides. Harvest herbs directly from the plant for use in your favorite recipes
- COMES WITH EVERYTHING - Also includes a 3 oz bottle of patented, specially formulated Liquid Nutrients, grow domes for optimal germination, and a Growing Guide with step by step instructions
- GERMINATION GUARANTEE - 100 Percent Germination Guarantee; if a Seed Pod doesn't sprout, we'll replace it for free
- WORKS WITH ANY AEROGARDEN - For use in all AeroGarden models
- Shipping Time: 5-7 days
- We processes orders between Monday and Friday. Orders will be processed within 1-3 business days of ordering and shipped out the next day after the processing day. We don't ship on weekends.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question: How much yield is everyone getting out of this? With this being leaf lettuces I would assume you can just keep harvesting as needed indefinitely?
Answer: Although I've successfully grown tomatoes, I think leaf lettuces and herbs work best in the Aerogarden. My 7 pod LED EXTRA (for height expansion) fully loaded supplied enough lettuce that I didn't really need to go to the store to buy lettuce for 2 people for about 2-3 months. You can either snip off the tops or harvest the outer leaves. I like harvesting outside leaves so new ones can grow from the center
Answer: Lettuce can taste bitter if the water is too warm or if it is digesting nutrients. The water in your reservoir should be cool the touch, if it is heating up a bit then throw in a few ice cubes to cool it down. Try a rinse and refill of your water reservoir. Nutrients can build up in the reservoir over time and this can cause your lettuce to taste a bit bitter so cleaning it out once a month (every other feeding) is recommended. Lastly, try to harvest your lettuce before you add nutrients or few days after you have added the nutrients so that it has time to digest them and return to its delicious flavor
Answer: I can tell that lettuce is a "cool season" crop. It will do best when there is sufficient light and temperature below 72 degrees. When temperature gets above 75 for long periods of time, the lettuce will "bolt" or grow rapidly in a vertical direction. I have my lettuce in my basement that is partially heated ( 67 to 72 ) and it does very well there