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Aeroponics Vs Hydroponics


Hydroponics is a growing technique that uses water and little to no soil to grow plants.


Aeroponics is a growing technique that applies a mist to the plants rather than having the roots sit in water constantly.

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Aeroponics and hydroponics each have their benefits and drawbacks. We bring you the latest information on each technology (updated for 2020), what it is, and how you can use it to create self-sustaining gardens and farms that produce huge yields.

Herb, Vegetable and Fruit Guides

Find out what works in which systems and why. Some fruits and vegetables are NOT as great for growing long term in these indoor systems but can be a great way to jump start their growth.

Best Rated Growing Systems

People just can’t stop talking about indoor gardening. Have a look at our unboxing reviews and grow updates with each system we have tried.

Benefits of Hydroponics

Becoming self sustainable is not enough! There are more practical reasons to hydroponic growing.


No Soil

With hydroponic gardening you do not need soil so it is less messy.

Tons of Systems to Pick From

In all of my research it is much easier to find hydroponic systems online (especially on Amazon). The tabletop units are my favorite!

Home Grown

Growing in any way at home means you know exactly what you put into the soil or water. No unknown chemicals lurking on your food!

Fast Growth

Hydroponic systems make all of the plants grow much faster than if they were in soil. I love seeing the visual difference each day!


Microgreens are seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs that grow super fast. That is the most fun thing! To go from seed to plate it takes about 10 days on average.


Not sure what to do with way too much basil? We have a recipe catalog that is specifically designed to help you make food with the basics from your garden.

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