5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Microgreens Kit for Bounty Gardens

5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Microgreens Kit for Bounty Gardens

$45.95

Save 15% on $150+, Save 10% on $100+, Save 5% on $50+

Color: Black
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  • Complete kit for growing Microgreens in Bounty, Bounty Basic, and Bounty Elite gardens
  • Split tray for growing two varieties simultaneously
  • Choose your microgreens seeds
  • Ready to harvest in 7 days
  • Germination Guarantee

A microgreens growing system for Bounty family AeroGardens. Powerful growing system means you can harvest microgreens in just 7 days. Grow 2 varieties of microgreens at once. Choose from several microgreens seed varieties.

  • Irrigation deck
  • Two microgreens trays
  • Two microgreens tray domes
  • Four pieces of AeroFelt media
  • One 4 oz. pack of seeds

**AeroGarden Bounty Model Not Included**

Frequently Asked Questions

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!

Lettuce is one of the fastest-growing indoor crops and it's a staple. Who doesn't love to be healthy with delicious home-grown lettuce, or add a fresh leaf of romaine on their sandwich, or a salad of tasty arugula? And with AeroGarden, you can enjoy delicious Spring greens all throughout fall and winter!

As a general rule, never prune more than ⅓ of any plant at once.

Different types of plants take different amounts of time to germinate and grow. In general, we’ve found these germination timeframes to be consistent:

  • Flowers take about 7-12 days
  • Salads: 5-8 days
  • Herbs: 5-15 days
  • Fruiting vegetables (such as tomatoes and peppers): 7-14 days.

If any of your seed pods don’t germinate after 21 days, contact us so we can send out a replacement for you under our 100% germination guarantee. 

-After each planting, we recommend cleaning and sanitizing your AeroGarden for the best results.

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Regret purchase I bought this a while ago with extra media pads but regret purchase because the unit is so noisy, you hear loud water running in the background, interfering with listening to television. (Husband grumpy about it) Requires weekly water change and high use of nutrients. Doesn't stay fresh once you start harvesting. I've only grown the garden once and put it aside due to annoyance and now will attempt to grow it again to use up so many of the media pads I bought, but couldn't find any instruction anywhere to refresh my memory on how to use it, not online or in the Aerogarden blog.
Date published: 2021-10-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tasty but smelly MicroGreens I purchased the superfood micro green kit for the Bounty Elite. I agree with the other reviews. Better instructions are needed and it is nosier than expected even if it’s the sound of running water. I have not added any nutrients and change the water at least twice per week but the smell from the felt medium isn’t pleasant. I will harvest and try a different medium. I am hopeful to grow tasty microgreens without the unpleasant smell (cross between something has died and someone has steamed broccoli/Brussels sprouts). If not, it’s a wasted purchase.
Date published: 2021-11-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of good gardening space I bought one of these Microgreens Kits for myself and one for my daughter. We are both disappointed. They are loud. More roots than edible tops. They smell bad even if you change the water every 3rd day which uses lots of nutrients. They take almost as long to start harvesting as lettuce. The crop needs to be eaten within 4 days. Difficult to set up and then remove. We considered these a waste of good gardening space and will not use them a second time. Replanted lettuce which gives us a continuous crop for a few months.
Date published: 2021-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Grow! I am really enjoying my Super Food Microgreens! They are crunchy and yummy, and I put them on everything (salads, sandwiches, cheese plates) and eat them by the handful. They grew easily. Set up was quick, and grow time phenomenal! Important to know that the kit is separate from the Bounty grower. They try to make it obvious, showing the outline of the machine, but, well... There’s always that one. Read all bolded fine print before buying anything. To the web designer, recommend changing important instructional font color to red and enlarging to an over 40 year old reader-sized font. None the less, it was worth the wait and growing is effortless. I am enjoying them tremendously. I highly recommend for fresh microgreens.
Date published: 2021-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Water Damage to Bounty Since the micro green kit has a reservoir thatbis taller than then were the usb light hole the water spills over into the hole. It ruined my Bounty and as we all not Bountys are not cheap. I wouldn't of goting this kit if i knew how risky it was.
Date published: 2021-10-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from We still don't like the MicroGreens Kit After writing a review saying that the microgreens system seemed like a waste of good gardening space and that the seeds put out a bad odor when sprouting, Aerogarden sent me some free seeds to try again. They still didn't have the felt pads to put the seeds on so I had to purchase those from another company. Not putting the seeds on so thick this time did dilute the smell a little, but it is still unpleasant to us. We keep a fan going in the room and an air purifier, but nothing helps. Plus, we still don't like the taste.The harvest was better this time, but we feel that the Bounty would serve our needs better by growing full size lettuce and kale. Thank you Aerogarden for getting back to us and trying to make this better.
Date published: 2022-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PESTO Using basil from the three (3) 'Sprout' Aerogardens in my kitchen window wells, made pesto recipe from Judith Jones "The Joy of Cooking for One". Served it on gluten free penne pasta with roasted asparagus coarsely chopped. Yum! Here's my improvisation: 4 cups basil leaves 4 tablespoons lightly toasted English walnuts 4 cloves garlic (Judith likes hers mashed with salt, I like mine thinly sliced) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup olive oil Whizzed it all up in a mini food processor - ready in a flash. Enjoy! PS: The Bounty Aerogarden(TM) is sitting ON my kitchen counter growing herbs right now but with plans to switch to microgreens. ~SA
Date published: 2021-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needs Careful Setup But Grows Lovely Microgreens! My AEROGARDEN BOUNTY MICROGREENS KIT works great. There are some things you should know before ordering: (1) The kit does NOT fit the old Bounty model with the square, upright display screen in front of the grow bowl. Check the product page photo of the current Bounty models to make sure that you have a recent Bounty model without an upright screen. (2) The microfelt pieces in the kit will NOT completely cover the screens in the Bounty microgreens deck. Also, Aerogarden sells out of the microfelt, so you may need to purchase additional microfelt from other suppliers such as seed companies. (3) The microgreens setup is a bit tricky. You do NOT want to overfill the bowl, because the pump sends water to cover the seeds on the screens. Rather than “Fill to Here”, you should probably start with water a bit BELOW the “Fill to Here” crossbar. NEVER try to add water when the pump is working to flood the seeds. (4) You should wet the microfelt before adding seeds, so that the seeds won’t float off the microfelt and down into the water bowl when the pump first floods the deck. (5) The pump floods the seed deck once every 25 minutes and runs for 5 minutes--so you have regular 30-minute pump cycles. These are NOT particularly noisy, but if you’re bothered by the sound of running water, then the kit isn’t for you. (6) Growing microgreens requires you to change the water in the bowl completely at least once a week, and preferably twice a week. To do this you will probably want to invest in a siphon, preferably a battery-operated siphon. The microgreens grow extremely well in my Bounty. When I was ready to use the Bounty for something else, I just harvested all the microgreens and stored them in a plastic bag in my refrigerator. They kept fresh for several days. To get variety in microgreens, I purchase microgreens mixtures from seed companies. The Aerogarden microgreens mixtures taste good, and the labels on the packages tell you what varieties of seeds are inside. This is important to me, because my husband has to carefully watch the vitamin K levels in vegetables. (That means that we don’t want any hidden amounts of kale or parsley.)
Date published: 2021-10-11
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Questions

Will this fit model number 100911-BLK?

Asked by: Nickadude
The Microgreens Kit for Bounty Gardens can be used in Bounty, Bounty Basic, and Bounty Elite gardens.
Answered by: AeroGarden
Date published: 2023-09-26

When do you expect the micro greens for Bounty to be in stock?

Asked by: Grow24
We are sorry the MicroGreens Kit for Bounty Gardens is still out of stock. We do not have a current ETA on product availability. You are welcome to reach out to us at any time. Our team is available by phone Monday-Friday, 8AM-8PM EST, and Saturday 8AM-5PM EST. We can be reached at this number: 937-915-2583. This is not a Toll Free number.
Answered by: AeroGarden
Date published: 2024-04-11

Will this fit model number 100911-BLK, specifically? I don't know if it's a new model or an old model. In the reviews for the microgreens kit people are saying it does not fit the OLDER models. Is the model 100911-BLK old or new?

Asked by: Nickadude
Our Bounty MicroGreens Kit will fit the current bounty models sold on our site (Bounty, Bounty Basic, Bounty Elite) and will all have the following model numbers 100911, 100912, and 100913.
Answered by: AeroGarden
Date published: 2023-09-27

Does this not fit the bounty elite? Im seeing a mismatch of parts

Asked by: Bob27
This Microgreens Kit fits the Bounty, Bounty Basic, and Bounty Elite gardens. Note that the Fill to Here tube with magnetic float will also need to be removed. We are happy to help with complete instructions whenever needed.
Answered by: AeroGarden
Date published: 2024-04-11

Why does this smell so bad, even if you change the water daily? I have one kit disposed of the greens they smelt terrible.

Asked by: Kate
A bad odor coming from Microgreens typically means either mold is growing on them or there is root or stem rot. Check roots and stems for discoloration or if they appear very thin or thread-like. If there is a growth on the microgreens, typically towards the top of them, then this is mold. Sometimes roots can be mistaken for mold growth. If there appears to be white growth at the base of the stems this is likely the roots and not mold. If there is rot or mold, then the microgreens should not be consumed but disposed of and the garden thoroughly cleaned before starting new seeds.
Answered by: AeroGarden
Date published: 2024-04-11
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