Cascading Petunias Seed Pod Kit
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Cascading Petunias Seed Pod Kit Features
- Mix of pink, purple and white blooms
- Grows up to 12" tall
- Blooms in 4-6 weeks
- Deadheading and Pruning Recommended
- Germination Guarantee
A colorful living bouquet and our fastest path to a lush indoor garden! A beautiful, flowering bouquet with pink, purple and white blooms. Petunias create a colorful cascade of flowing blooms and add color and beauty to any room.
- The Cascading Petunia Seed Kit includes: Pre-seeded grow pods with a mix of pink, purple and white petunias.
- Specially Formulated Liquid Plant Food.
- Grow domes for optimal germination.
- Growing guide insert with step by step instructions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do AeroGardens work?
AeroGardens are designed to help you grow your own herbs, vegetables, salad greens or flowers at home. Our Seed Pod Kits are compatible with every model of AeroGarden. Planting with Seed Pods is fun and easy! Just insert the pre-seeded pods in your garden, add water, and the patented, specially formulated Liquid Nutrients. Most plants germinate within 7-14 days, are ready for harvesting in 4-6 weeks, and will keep producing continuous harvests for up to 6 months and longer. Indoor gardening can’t get any tastier or simpler!
How do I prune Herbs?
Pruning your herbs is important to keep them growing and healthy in your AeroGarden. You can start pruning when the plants are about 2 inches tall. We recommend only pruning about ⅓ of the plant at a time. When growing herbs, keep in mind basil usually sprouts within a week of planting, and grows rapidly. Be sure to prune your basil from the top as needed to keep the grow lights at the lowest position until all the herbs have a chance to catch up. Raising the grow light to accommodate the basil can slow or stop growth for other smaller, slower-growing herbs.
How do you treat bugs on AeroGarden plants?
Insects like whitefly, aphids, and mites that go after plant tissue all stay in check in an outdoor garden because of natural predators. Thankfully there is a natural balance and plenty of predators in the world. Plants grown in an AeroGarden are susceptible to all the same pests as other indoor houseplants. They can enter your home through open windows, on clothing, or on produce, flowers, or potted plants. If you see fine white threads on or between leaves, tiny black or green specks on stems or the underside of leaves, or a sticky substance on the surface of the leaves or grow deck, your plants may have picked up some hitchhikers.
How do I clean my AeroGarden before starting a new garden?
After each planting, we recommend cleaning and sanitizing your AeroGarden for the best results.