Best plant germination kits according to redditors

We found 152 Reddit comments discussing the best plant germination kits. We ranked the 65 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/matt2001 · 28 pointsr/Futurology

If you are willing to cut 4 inch pvc and use a heat gun to mold the openings, this guy shows you how. I then put them in a 5 gallon bucket, food grade from Lowes, with a hole in the top for the tower and another one for adding water and nutrients.

I use a small pump rated for around 5 to 6 feet.

There are 3 nutrients that you can get on Amazon.

Hydroponic Tomato Fertilizer 4-18-38 1lb. 8 grams (10 for tomatoes)

Calcium Nitrate Fertilizer 15.5-0-0 2lb. 8 grams (10 for tomatoes)

Hydroponic Organic Magnesium Sulfate Soluble. 4 grams

I wrapped mine in kevlar Reflectrix. to keep them dark and insulated. Keep the water at around 4 gallons. Change the water and add new nutrient solution every couple of weeks... I use a hand pump, but there are other ways.

edit: I just wanted to add that I have towers connected to a timer. 1/2 hour on and off.

You can also purchase the plastic net pots and clay pebbles on Amazon.

u/walleyworld · 23 pointsr/microdosing

Save your money get the fresh shit,

You can literally grow 4 lbs of fresh lions mane in your closet for $20

u/shayluhhh · 5 pointsr/succulents

Relatively inexpensive. They give you 3 pods of basil in the full kit but I bought a cherry tomato pod too. see!

u/reptilianattorney · 5 pointsr/weddingplanning

If you have pets, something for them. Like a water fountain, a cat tree, or this cool dealie that allows you to remotely interact with your dog.

A Nest thermostat (I'm coveting one). LED light bulbs, and these things which work beautifully. I have saved so much on produce since I bought them, they don't spoil nearly as fast!

On that note, another thing you could ask for if you like cooking is an herb garden. Like either pot and seed kits, or this thing which I'm also coveting but is probably impractical for me because cats.

Lastly you could probably just take a look around your house for anything nearing the end of its lifespan, for example your computer chairs? I got one for FH for his birthday because the old one the upholstery was coming off.

u/kbdrand · 4 pointsr/microgrowery

>I have had good luck with the OxyClone 20 site cloner. It was a little pricey but works well for my setup.


u/Glangho · 4 pointsr/PlantedTank

I have one of these and it's great. Almost like having a real CO2 system except you don't have to find a store to refill your tank. Lasts about 4 - 6 weeks.

u/crustybinger · 4 pointsr/freebietalk

I think you are right - specifically the Sprout version. Info here -

I won one today as well.

u/PieRowFirePie · 4 pointsr/Hydroponics

Personally I use an ebb and flow system to do my strawberries, and it's been working fantastic, but I'm in northern canada, our humidity and growing season is MUCH different than Nevada...
My suggestion to you would be trying a deep water culture or a drip system.
The cheapest and easiest solution for you will be:
[one of these](

Try it - let me know how it goes, I'd suspect this is a very viable solution to get you started in your region.

u/Beiti · 3 pointsr/gardening

Correction, looks like price is around $70 for the smaller version I have. But Amazon has the white version for $51!

u/Kingsley7zissou · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

I was sick for 6 days. throwing up everything. I finally got a multi vitamin down without throwing it up and my body was like oh I forgot I like vitamins and minerals. So I think it is still good to take them.

When it comes to smoothies i dunno I throw all sorts of stuff in them. I have been sprouting lately.

I love this thing. you can sprout all sorts of stuff and blend it or eat it or blanch and season them.

This isn't a smoothie but I have been making this (pera Pina) lately and it is delicious. plus pineapple has a natural anti-inflammatory chemical in it especially in the rind and core-plus I love the idea of not wasting food.

Apparently Kiwis are really high in vitamin C and really good for you. high fiber if you google it.

I also make what I call banana milk ripe bananas and milk. it is delicious. If you tend to not eat all your bananas and they are getting to ripe skin them and freeze them to make the milk later. Bananas are so cheap. could add peanut butter I guess. A couple of times I added chai latte mix.

If you buy fresh produce like radishes or carrots you can wash and blanch the greens, let them cool then blend them with an apple and a banana, kiwi, honey, etc.

Do your blender a favor and cut everything up to not stress your blender. they are expensive.

maybe not healthy but mango and carrot smoothies are delicious.

u/Chaos_Cornucopia · 3 pointsr/JoeRogan

Jesus christ man, just buy a kit and water once in the morning and be done with it.

u/burnninator · 3 pointsr/aerogarden

120 Sponge Refills for Bio Dome Seed Starter Kit

u/veritasius · 3 pointsr/nutrition

I've been growing sprouts with this for about ten months now with no issues. I eat them daily, but never expected to "feel" a difference or improvement.

u/Chinmusic415 · 3 pointsr/PlantedTank

My fiancée had similar fears about my 20lb co2 tank so I got rid of it and ended up getting something a little different. It's basically using DIY materials except with something more sturdy and safer. If you use the measurements they instruct you to use, the psi never goes above 22psi.

For me, the first batch lasted about 4 weeks on 200g of citric acid, 200g of baking soda, and I believe 300ml of water which are the amounts the products instructs you to add.

There are two versions available. One with a solenoid valve and one without. I have the solenoid version which appears to be sold out all the time but I'll include a link anyways. The non-solenoid version is usually available on Amazon but I'd probably recommend you get the solenoid version somewhere else online because without a solenoid, you would have to turn it on and off manually.

I should also add the the regulator included has a safety valve that would release all pressure if for some reason it was too high.

Solenoid Version

Non-solenoid version

These are both safe and reliable as far as the regulator goes. I'm sure other online stores sell them but I've only seen them on Amazon. I hope this helps.

u/iowa28 · 3 pointsr/microgrowery

I use the Turbo Klone without the pointless dome. I can tell you that the cloner itself is very simple, and I would think any that are on the market would work the same. The turbo klone brand has a fan that keeps the water at room temperature, but I don't think the pump generates that must heat to begin with.

If I had to do it over, I would just buy a cheapo $60 one like this:

and just make sure to use good solution. I found that Orca made the biggest difference from my experience. The roots were twice as big as soon as I switched to that.

Most people will suggest you cycle the pumps on a timer, which I tried the first run, and it took 2 weeks before they were rooted and planted. After that I just ran the pumps 24 hours a day, and had roots in 8-10 days that were ready to plant.

u/effrightscorp · 2 pointsr/StackAdvice

Growing mushrooms is fairly straightforward but asking "how can I grow them in my home?" is a question that's way too complicated for this's not "plant seed in ground and wait"


Mushroom kit that would be extremely straightforward

If you don't want to buy a kit, you need to do more work. Start reading the wiki on /r/MushroomGrowers or any other online mushroom growing resources

u/shaxsy · 2 pointsr/hydro

Very cool! I tried doing an aeroponic thing with a PVC manifold and a bunch of micro sprinklers but they clogged up all the time making it annoying. Something home made like this:

I have my seedlings in a shared DWC until i get a chance to build them one each individually.

I am glad you used the Flora series! It is what I am using too. Checking my Gro Logs, I used the following in a 5 gallon bucket: 50 Micro, 50 Flora, and 20 Bloom. I also added 20 hydroguard. That put my PPM at 1050 which would be quite a bit higher than yours. Maybe I should drop it a tad. I have pH at 6.2.

Edit: What size reservoir do you use for this setup? Do the foggers ever clog?

u/HighLightCloset · 2 pointsr/Autoflowers

You can get the full set on amazon for 39.99 plus shipping (not a prime item). But the pump it comes with is underpowered so plan on upgrading that.


u/Felodese-net · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

Deep Water Culture (DWC) or Bubbleponics is where the roots grow in water with hydroponic solution. An air pump is used in conjunction with an air stone to provide aeration. Plant is currently 4 months 1 week 1 day old.

u/KnightFalling · 2 pointsr/SavageGarden

Yet, lol. If they do start to look light starved I have seen people grow great looking VFTs in grow lights, like this one

u/rustyrocky · 2 pointsr/gadgets

If you want to grow some herbs or small vegetables on your counter hydroponically without going full DIY I’ve been impressed with this company’s systems and it looks like the price has come down.

That said I have not purchased one nor have personal experience with the product.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 2 pointsr/microgrowery


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u/Abrahamlinkenssphere · 2 pointsr/macrogrowery

I would just build your own dude. All those aero cloner things are is a manifold with (x) amount of holes drilled in and (x) amount of mister heads, a decent submersible pump, a container with a lid (or manufacture a lid to fit out of Styrofoam or something similar! Bonus here is you also get inserts to stick the clones in safely) Create a manifold to fit your container. Make it a capital H shape sort of like this.In the middle of the 'H' use a Tee so you can make the connection to the pump. Tap the holes, for this application you could just find some screws with similar threading and drill/remove the manifold to tap for the misters. Connect the manifold to the pump and stick it to the bottom of the container, then fill with water (can use light nutrient solution) right up UNDER the manifold, not over it. While your pump soaks for a second, cut holes in your lid. (or cut lid to fit if using foam) Remember to make a little slot for the pump cord! Give the pump a test run AWAY FROM STUFF YOU WANNA KEEP DRY! Make sure all the misters are spraying good and not leaking (at least not too bad, no need to be mega perfect here) Then just get your clones ready! I know lots of guys that just use the insulation squares(rock wool) and just make the lid holes to fit them. I personally like the foam approach as is just feels better for me and i feel like it will give less problems with mold and other yuckies. I like to top it off with a light cabinet handle right in the middle so you can easily lift the lid (I just basically stole the handle from countless other aero cloners please dont sue me clone king lol) With this method you can make many smaller cloners or some bigger ones just dial up on the pump GPH! Just my opinion, many smaller ones might be easier to work with as youd have all the separation you need for organizing! Happy cloning bud!

u/rubesbubes · 2 pointsr/santashelpers

I always struggle with what to buy my parents too. This year for my Dad I went with a sweater and a locally made rum I know he has never tried. For my Mom I got her Miracle-Gro AeroGarden. She can grow her own herbs or lettuce in it. I'm thinking she might like it. Good Luck.

u/4twen_t · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

Some things you can buy:

Full kit, no gel. I personally don't like the light directly on top of the dome. You can't raise/lower if needed.

Hothouse and mat. This is what I use, along with this light.

Rooting gel

Rapid rooter starting pods. I use this, but there are definitely cheaper alternatives out there.

Don't give up!! Read up, do some research, and keep trying to grow. It's a fulfilling hobby, well worth the effort.

u/HerpDerpingVII · 2 pointsr/Hydroponics

I would start with a deep water culture system, because they are super low maintenance.

Use a bucket and a fish-tank aerator... watch the video here. Buy a kit here.

General Hydroponics makes good products. Their liquids are good, but the Maxigrow and Maxibloom powder represents exceptional value. If you just have a few watermelons, just start with the liquid.

With all products, read and follow the directions.

u/skarulid · 2 pointsr/Birmingham

they make ones with attached light sources or i was gonna get one that attaches to a window. this or this

Charlie Thigpen's is high on my list. It looks a little pricey but maybe I can find a deal.

peace lilies look rad.

u/thisismadeofwood · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

VIVOSUN 48"x24"x60" Mylar Hydroponic Grow Tent with Obeservation Window and Floor Tray for Indoor Plant Growing 2'x4'

VenTech VT IF4+CF4 IF4CF412 Inline Duct Fan with Virgin Charcoal Carbon Filter Combo, 190 CFM, 4"

Deep Water Culture (DWC) Hydroponic Bucket Kit 5 Gallon, 6 inch

VIPARSPECTRA Reflector-Series 600W LED Grow Light Full Spectrum for Indoor Plants Veg and Flower
(1 to start then 2 when you get to flower

That should get you started. You'll need a couple timers as well but that's a decent start.

u/jborg85 · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

There are some cloning trays out there that run about 80-100$ CDN but will guarantee 95% success rate.

Not sure if you plan on doing more clones but highly recommend it.

Hydrofarm oxyCLONE 20 Site, Compact Recirculating Cloning Propagation System, Black

u/ThiefLUPIN · 2 pointsr/orchids

I've been eyeballing it mainly. I try to wait for the roots to turn silver-green, and err on the side of under-watering. Usually this works out to be once every ten days-ish, but it also lives in pretty high humidity (60%) so it takes a long time to dry out.

I also replaced the bark medium with those little terra cotta balls, because I read somewhere thats it's almost impossible to overwater when using those :)

u/skoomd1 · 2 pointsr/microgrowery


If you're gonna ask if you can grow in that, I would say with a very sorry and sad, NEVER lol

My friend did this a couple years ago for his first grow lmao. I dontknow what would happen first, you'd run out of room in the res, the light wont cut the mustard, or the stem is too thick to fit through that hole lol

You could put her in a proper hydro set up like this

you could also make that yourself for like 15$ instead.

this is the air pump i used for dwc, it is enough for 4-5 dwc 5 gallons and is only as loud as 2 shitty aquarium pumps.

Then get a marshydro 600w and a 2x2 tent you'll have a dank set up that yields not to shabby!

u/takitty007 · 2 pointsr/hydro

I'm rather new to hydroponics, but I've been extremely successful with really simple DWC setups. I started with this kit from Amazon:

On sale it was a really good price and comes with almost everything you need. The only additional item is the nutrients. After that I started building my own from plastic tubs and plastic cups for netpods. With a pump and an airstone, so much growth is possible! Enjoy

u/knowah1 · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

Just in case anyone reading this tries, you don't grow sprouts in a sealed jar. It CAUSES contamination and rot.

You use a sieve type lid to promote draining and ventilation.

An alternative to a sieve lid is pantyhose, the point of this post.

The best way IMO is a Tray Seed Sprouter

u/TigerBeetle · 2 pointsr/hydro

For a first setup, it is hard to beat a DIY dwc bucket.

Or you can buy this exact thing ready made.

For pepermint or stevia, one plant in a 7L bucket is probably alright. But, for tomatoes(unless it is a very small (patio) variety) you are going to want a larger bucket. With a mature tomato plant in a 7L bucket, you will be refilling your nutrients every day. 5gal(19L) is a commonly used size.

u/cobalt6ixty · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

YaeTek Hydroponics Grower Kit DIY Self Watering Indoor Hydroponics Tools DWC Hydroponic System Planting Container Include Aquarium Air Pump Buoy Planting Box11 Pod 3.5 gal Non-transparent DIY Watering

u/GreenThumbVoid · 1 pointr/microgrowery

Yeah, just clay pebbles / hydroton.

I got the buckets as a cheap starter kit:

u/Unknown_User1122 · 1 pointr/microgrowery

So, after doing further research, I think I’m gonna pick up a hydroponic cloner. Found some good recommendations for this one...

Until then, I think I’m going to switch from my plastic tub to a cardboard box lined with plastic on the bottom and cellophane over the top-I heard that it breathes well, and people have good success with it...

u/SpaceDurr · 1 pointr/SpaceBuckets

>Can you explain your buckets air flow and air filtration?

My bucket has two passive 120mm intakes that are covered with mesh filters and a single 120mm exhaust in the lid that connects to a 4" flange with dryer ducting. There is a 4" 190 CFM In-Line fan connected to a 4x12 Carbon Filter. I also have a variable fan controller on the in-line fan. I run mine at about half power.

>What do you have your plant in? Planter and soil on the bottom of bucket ect?

I use a 5g nursery pot. For my next grow I will be switching to a smart pot to avoid it getting rootbound.

>I was thinking of extending a 5g bucket under the brute can so the soil is under the setup and the plant itself is in the brute only allowing more space to grow.

If you're gonna do that you're better off getting one of those 5g DWC setups. With that said, I'd advise against doing that. Reason being is you add another layer of complexity in that you have to figure out how to support the brute and you run risks with light leaks. This also puts the brute much higher than you are which can make servicing/watering awkward.

I just have mine sitting on the bottom of the bucket in the pot. The newer style Brutes cause you to lose a few inches but if you can budget to buy two of them and use one as a spacer, it works well.

>Would that work or would I have an issue with temperature difference between roots and plant?

I am not experienced enough to say yay or nay but I doubt it?

u/bobby2552 · 1 pointr/hydro

Yes! I was in the same situation, trying to come up with a small but effective system in college, and in a small apartment.

My design was based halfway off of what I'd seen from Jeb Gardener on YouTube, and the other half just what I could throw together with what I had lying around. Jeb is a little... well... interesting, but very informative.

Basically, what I did was get a 10-gallon flat stacker tote from Walmart, drill holes in it, put net pots in, clay pebbles, and rock wool cubes, and now I have a garden! It's really tough to describe all of the little intricacies with it, but this community has helped me out tremendously. By no means is my system perfect, and in fact, it's super Jerry Rigged and super jank, but it works! This whole process has been a great learning experience. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask in this community, or if you want to hear more about my system, feel free to DM me! Here are some photos!

Here are the various things I bought off Amazon to get me started!

pH down (the better kind)

pH meter (not available on Amazon anymore)

rockwool cubes (1.5")

General Hydroponics nutrients

pH up & down (the down didn't last very long, but the up seems to work fine. You probably won't need up near as often as down.)

air stones (these seem to do a fine job. Not the best certainly, but they work.)

clay pebbles (not sure what quality these are, but they do their job! Be sure to rinse very thoroughly.)

net pots (these work fine. Nothing special.)

EDIT: Added links to Amazon

u/cvicke4 · 1 pointr/LAlist

Hi! This click and grow can with one arm, pictured. it doesn't come with any of the seed pods. Purchased on Amazon, here is the link:

u/MorningWriting · 1 pointr/vandwellers

I use this:

Actually I have two of them. It comes with directions, but basically you just pour a cup or two of water in the top tray a couple of times a day, keep them wet and rinsed, and viola! 3 days later you've got sprouts! I start one tray MOnday, one Tuesday, one Wednesday, etc. so they are staggered and I have sprouts for every day.

I like the above trays, but if I could find a similar set up with metal trays, I would use that. Sprouts have the potential of growing gnarly bacteria, and I wash my trays with bleach between sprouting sessions. If they were metal I think I could get away with just pouring boiling water over them, and I think that would be more environmentally friendly, and more healthy, than using bleach.

Do be very careful about bacteria - I've never gotten sick from sprouts, but my brother (who lives in a house) has, and he said it was really bad.

u/Strel0k · 1 pointr/gardening

Just get something like this and a grow light or buy an AeroGarden

u/zsayin123 · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

Just bought this. I'm new to the hobby and will be setting this up with a Paintball gas tank. I don't know if the flow meter will work correctly, since I plan to stand the canister up. But it was one of the cheaper options on Amazon.

u/majime100 · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

You don't need any gardening skills to grow them! (Take it from me, I have a brown thumb.) Just get a container like this, add seeds and water, and the sprouts start growing within a few days. It's pretty fun!

u/MyLittleGrowRoom · 1 pointr/Hydroponics

Define what kind of hydro you want to do? A simple DWC system is good for being able to show the roots and such, but it's very volatile and things can go very wrong very quickly.

This is a system I built, though I'd say skip the chiller, but if you can get one it's much better. My freezer thing was cheap and worked fine with the t-5 lights, but gave me fits under my 1000W HIDs.

If you want to have your highest level of success you might want to consider a soilless hydro system like growing in coco coir or a peat moss based medium, maybe even rockwool cubes.

I'd guess the most important factor would be your budget. You're a high school teacher so I'll assume it's small.

something like this would work fine

u/delta0152 · 1 pointr/aerogarden

Holy cow those are expensive! I found these to be much cheaper. The reviews look good too. Thanks for your help!

u/BeSeXe · 1 pointr/gardening

Isn’t this one of those hydroponic lights that were on infomercials years ago?

hydroponic herb grower

u/whatmictobuy · 1 pointr/AquaSwap

If you need a diy co2, I recommend this one. You just have to add citric acid, baking soda, and water. Each batch should last around a month depending on the bubbles per second you use.
CO2 Generator System Carbon Dioxide Reactor Kit with Auto Valve and Diffuser for Plants Aquarium Greenhouse Grow Tent Grow House

u/Iggy_Arbuckle · 1 pointr/Sprouting

I love my 4-Tray Seed Sprouter by VICTORIO . (I recommend the newer version over the older one because of the new watering lid, which prevents the seeds in the top tray from moving around while watering)

I'm actually just about to buy a second one for non-broccoli sprouts

u/PM_ME_UR_SKETCH · 1 pointr/Autoflowers

-put links in the body of your post not title.

-You were also the guy who was asking about the miricle grow thingy right?


Why dont you want to build a system? It takes about 30 minutes and a trip to home depot.


If you really don't want to do that get something like this:

u/multi-use-copy-paper · 1 pointr/microgrowery

It’s in this Super Sprouter dome with T5 light but the light is right on top of the Dome

Super Sprouter Deluxe Propagation Kit w/ 7" Dome & T5 Light

PH of my run off is right at 6.0. I feed with Bloom mixed to 1tbs per gallon. Water about 2x a week. In a few weeks it will be moved into my main bucket but has to stay here for now.

Is this a too much / too close to the light problem or a nutrient problem?

u/evoltap · 1 pointr/Prebiotics

Use on of those stackable sprouters, like [this](Deluxe Kitchen Crop 4-Tray Seed Sprouter by VICTORIO VKP1200

What type are you referring to?

u/rntrovert · 1 pointr/Supplements

Any suggestions for growing them? I was going to order this:

u/GooberCPA · 1 pointr/Cooking

Plant basil, rosemary, thyme, dill, and others you might like. Put them in a window sill and add your coffee grounds every once in a while. The freshness will step up your cooking game significantly!

I liked it so much I got an aerogarden. It sprouts everything until it doesn't fit anymore. Then I take it out and plant it. Link below

AeroGarden Sprout with Gourmet Herb Seed Pod Kit, White

u/Millertyme208 · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

My experience with one of these little kits was really negative (different brand but the same thing) I ended up using this
And I added an automatic solenoid to it so I could put it on a timer. Basically you put Citric acid, baking soda, and water into the bottle like DIY co2, but you don't have soda bottles and all that stuff to mess with. It works great. I get about 3 weeks on two bubbles a second before I have to make more mix.

u/micromelon_ · 1 pointr/gardening

microgreens and sprouts would be great. sprouts don't need any light. you can buy a little tower for them like this. microgreens don't need much light--just enough to green up for a few days. my favorite are black oil sunflower. they make great salads. there are a lot of guides online to get started. space wise you just need a shelf to put a tray (or more if you want). i use 1020 trays, but you can do whatever size works for you. 2 weeks and you have salad!

u/Otag · 1 pointr/Aquariums

Thanks. I was looking for more of a budget friendly set up to start with. It's only a 10 gallon tank. I found a write up that shows this regulator with a solenoid. Also, looking/hoping for something compact that can squeeze behind the dresser so no one sees it.

u/cockonmydick · 1 pointr/Autoflowers

Do you suggest a DWC system that I can buy? I noticed the picture you linked and I was looking at this but I'm a little concerned about the (very) few complaints on the air pump and stone.
I just want to grow 2 plants so all of the multiple plant setups aren't for me, but two of these would be great. With that being said, I plan to buy the MarsHydro 300w since it's all anyone ever talks about, but is one enough? Should I get one for each? I plan on growing these in my unused second bathroom, right in the shower. No tent and wide open (though I may switch to a 3x3 tent eventually). Since most posts I've been reading seem to all be in tents I'm not sure how growing them in a more open space might affect the lighting set up.
Can't wait to get started, just waiting on Mephisto to get back to me!

u/goramuth · 1 pointr/shrimptank

This thing is awesome for smaller tanks. Have one on a Fluvel Flex and one on a 22long. The fluval gets about a bubble a sec and it lasts about the advertised 3 weeks. The 22 long is more then a bubble a sec so it does drain slightly faster.

u/varikonniemi · 1 pointr/Nootropics

Does this version have the "hydrophobic surface that prevents clumping" ?

The link you listed says that is an older version of the product:

u/merraleem · 1 pointr/Hydroponics

Basic introduction to DWC for total newbies. I combed the internet and here are my initial recommendations.

  1. This video by Kevin at epic gardening: from 2013 but a good intro.

  2. All in one DWC container kit: includes everything but lights, if you need them.

  3. If you don't have a southern exposure window to put this by, you'll need a light. I'd suggest: It may seem expensive, but it can be used for other growing needs such as starting seedlings. I'm growing rosemary, parsely, oregano, and newly propagated cuttings for christmas presents in mine

    I am using shop lights with my mini grow bin all in one DWC listed above. But mine is in my basement so doesn't have to look diningroom-worhty where my aerogardens are.
u/msmith1994 · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

We're still over a year out but I set up our Amazon registry so I can slowly add things before I make it public. I found this for growing herbs and other greens indoors which I think will be very useful since we live in a large urban area in an apartment.