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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Winter Herb Gardening with MiracleGro AeroGarden and a GIVEAWAY!

I received a MiracleGro AeroGarden to facilitate this post. Any and all opinions expressed are my own.

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad

Since moving to Arizona, I haven't really taken up gardening again. Part of the reason is because the climate here is sooo much different from what I'm used to. The growing seasons are different from anywhere else I have ever lived and the fact that it almost never rains kind of scares me from investing too much money into plants that will probably die. The truth of the matter is, I just don't have a lot of time these days - time to learn about gardening in Arizona or the time it take to actually "garden." That totally sucks. Being a person who enjoys cooking, gardening usually goes hand in hand ... especially when it comes to fresh herbs!

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad

I decided I wanted to take baby steps and try an indoor Winter herb garden this year. Granted, we still have pretty decent daytime highs, but our nights get pretty cold here in Phoenix. Not to mention, I have always loved the idea of just being able to reach over on my counter and snip some fresh herbs for a meal or garnish. Thanks to the MiracleGro AeroGarden, I can have the perfect Winter herb garden in the comfort of my own kitchen! :)

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad

Since the sun has shifted a bit, my kitchen doesn't get nearly the light it does in the Summer ... not to mention, the days are getting shorter! The AeroGaren has a grow light which is on a timer. I don't even have to make sure my herbs are getting enough light! It also has a light to remind me when to add more nutrients. Set up is super easy too - just place the pods in the holes and place the plastic cover over the top. Plug it in and you're set to go!

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad


Since we're homeschoolers, I am also taking this opportunity to teach my kiddos a little bit about plant life cycles and biology. They are eager to check on how much the plants have grown overnight - and even throughout the day!

With the holiday season upon us, I should note that the MiracleGro AeroGarden would make a great gift idea for home cookers and gardeners! Hint, hint! ;) Oh, and be sure to use promo code: Digital20

Try indoor herb gardening with the MiracleGro AeroGarden. It makes gardening so simple! Great gift idea too! #AeroGarden #ad

Do you want to try an AeroGarden for yourself? You're in luck! One lucky Love Bakes Good Cakes reader will receive 1 (one) AeroGarden product with seed pods, herb infuser, gardening cookbook, berry bowl, and cutting board with prep station. Hurry - this giveaway ends 12/19/2014! Good luck!

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59 comments:

  1. My favorite herb is Rosemary! Such a wonderful herb and useful in everything!

    Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!

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  2. I love basil! Love making homemade pesto!

    Entered the rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  3. I honestly don't know what my favorite herb is, because I rarely have them on hand to cook with. I would love to have an Aero Garden so I can start adding more herbs to my recipes.

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  4. I like sage, only use it now and then, but I love it when I use it.

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  5. SAGE IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES. BASIL IS A CLOSE RUNNER-UP.

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  6. I love rosemary it adds a wonderful taste to just about everything and it smells wonderful too!!!

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  7. Cilantro is my favorite. I don't think I would enjoy food nearly as much without it. Rosemary is a really close second.

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  8. Oregano. Why? because I loved that on Subway breads years ago! And, it took my husband over 30 minutes to teach me how to say it correctly. I now can say it correctly with pride! (I'm deaf). But, I usually just grow parsley, basil and dill with dill being my favorite.

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  9. i like oregano! smells good and tates great!

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  10. That is a hard one to pick. It changes seasonally for me. But I if I had to pick just one it would be thyme.

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  11. Dill, I love it. Wow, this is a neat give a way.

    Ramona at msmitoagain at yahoo.com

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  12. Cilantro is my favorite herb, but I can't get it to grow in my garden.

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  13. I love chives and cilantro! Thank you!

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  14. My favorite herb right now is Basil, I use it almost everyday when cooking. Makes my recipes so much better!

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  15. Cilantro is my absolute favorite! I can put it in anything!!! I have just started using basil and love it too! I have been diagnosed in the last couple of months with High Blood Pressure and diabetes :( I have to start cooking with more herbs and no salt and cut out sugar! I need one of these to help with that!!

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  16. Dill is my fave. Great with fish or sauteed carrots or in specialty bread.

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  17. My favorite herb would be Basil..... BUT I do LOVE Cilatntro, Thyme, Rosemary..... Oh Man! I love herbs period! Thanks for sharing and I NEED TO WIN! Good luck to all!

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  18. I use the basil the most must mostly in the fall when making marinara to can and pesto to freeze.

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  19. I have several that I love, but Italian Parsley is my most used herb.

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  20. Cilantro is mine i grew it last year did good

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  21. Basil is my all time favorite...or maybe cilantro...or maybe thyme... :)

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  22. My favorite herb is basil. I use it all the time in the summer and make enough pesto to last the winter. Would love to win and have fresh basil year round.

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  23. My favorite herb. Well, I don;t know if my favorite but I seem to use it most often.
    Jennifer Rote

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  24. Parsley is my favorite herb, since I add it to most fresh dishes!

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  25. Tarragon is my favorite. It's excellent with seafood, fruits, poultry, eggs and most vegetables.

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  26. I would have to say my favorite is Basil. Followed by a close second Rosemary.

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  27. I love mint but normally don't have it around. Would love to try stevia and make my own extract.

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  28. Thyme. I honestly use it in almost everything!!

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  29. Basil is my favorite fresh herb. I love it's scent and you can use it for so many dishes and recipes. You can get really creative with it by substituting it for other herbs or add it for a twist in taste.

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  30. Basil I have to say is probably my most favorite. I love the scent when it is growing, having it in a room growing...

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  31. My favorite herb is basil. I love to use it to make fresh pesto. Yum!

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  32. I like so many, cumin is one of my favorite

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  33. My favorite herb is basil!
    It's easy to grow and adds a nice touch to many different dishes.

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  34. I love basil and being married to an Italian husband, I get to smell it a lot in the kitchen.
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  35. Favorite is basil (all basil's) =D

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  36. Basil, cilantro and parsley...Oh My!!!!!

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  37. I love dill weed especially on cucumbers!
    thank you

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  38. I think dill is my favorite. It's very flavorful.

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  39. I love Basil and Rosemary the most.

    Thank you for the chance to win this :)

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  40. Gotta love basil!
    I usually cook Italian food, so basil is a must!

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  41. Dill Is My Favorite Herb.
    Entry Name-Heather Hayes Panjon

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