Added by on 2016-04-01

Please watch: “Where’s the B12? Is the Vegan Diet Really Nature’s Way?” ➨ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Would you like to have a small garden but don’t have to time to deal with it? I might have the perfect solution. For those of you who saw some of my other videos, you know that I’ve been documenting my journey toward organic eating. After watching the documentary Food Inc., I was deeply inspired to make some serious changes in my buying habits. One of my missions is to buy produce from local sources that are in season. You can’t get much more local than your own house! I would not consider myself a lazy person but I sure as heck don’t want to spend my free time pulling weeds! I know there are a TON of gardening enthusiasts out there and I’m NOT one of them, YET. I could probably kill a cactus in the dessert. That said, my awesome husband gave me the best birthday gift to get started! Let’s check out my new indoor garden by Miracle Grow and how it works. The set up was ridiculously easy. The instructions to put it together was on this 1 page with pictures! The unit comes with herb pods (which includes dill, mint, chives, cilantro and a couple different basils. My husband also bought me some organic seeds and “grow anything” pods. We just started growing the herbs, again being beginners we aren’t sure what to expect. The unit comes with plant food and the digital display tells you exactly what to do and when. You can see it’s telling me that I need to add more food in 10 days. The lights have to be on 17 hours per day. I was a little worried about them being too bright but […]

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  • Gloria Thomas 1 year ago

    Great video.

  • Gloria Thomas 1 year ago

    I purchased two of them and they don't last. The motor burns out way to fast and the pods don't produce as much.

  • Becky R 1 year ago

    I didn't think I'd be a lover of gardening….until I started a few years ago. Especially with your local and organic eating endeavor–you will LOVE being able to make a salad from your own backyard! I can't get enough of it! :)