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Aerogarden LED Harvest $67+tax Kohl’s cardholders

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Kohl's has the Aerogarden Harvest (in white, black, or red) for $67 after coupons if you're a Kohl's card-holder.

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...od-kit.jsp

HOME10 takes $10 off $50 in Home
LOVE30 takes 30% off for Kohl's cardholders
SHIPFEB for free shipping with card, I didn't need this and received free shipping YMMV

(15% off with BIGSAVINGS if you don't have the card, SAVE20 takes 20% off $100 if you find a filler)

FYI: Discover Deals didn't even have Kohl's in their list of vendors any more when I checked, but if you have Discover, check for a $10 off $30 Kohl's Cash first to make this deal even sweeter.

EDITORIAL: This is an excellent entry-level Aerogarden if you want to grow herbs, small flowers, lettuce greens, or small peppers (Thai chili, habanero, jalapeño). 20W LED hood but limited to 12" height, so no tomatoes or bell peppers unless you want to remove the hood and use an alternate light source.

Don't grow dope in here, you can build a much better DWC setup for <$100 with info freely available on the web. Or so I've heard.
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really, 20W LED isn't good for much other than herbs (yes, just the seasoning type). While a neat gizmo, they're really not at all cost effective. Much cheaper just to buy fresh herbs at the store, let alone grow them outside in a pot if you can. I've owned a few and only use the 30W LED Ultra I have now for starting seeds indoors. (ie, just as an adjustable light source. No filled water & nutes pumping to the plants.) While the current 45W Bounty models do a better job with flowering and fruiting plants, it's still not as good as just growing with sunlight.
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I've been wanting one of these for several years but never found a deal. Thanks!
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really, 20W LED isn't good for much other than herbs (yes, just the seasoning type). While a neat gizmo, they're really not at all cost effective. Much cheaper just to buy fresh herbs at the store, let alone grow them outside in a pot if you can. I've owned a few and only use the 30W LED Ultra I have now for starting seeds indoors. (ie, just as an adjustable light source. No filled water & nutes pumping to the plants.) While the current 45W Bounty models do a better job with flowering and fruiting plants, it's still not as good as just growing with sunlight.
I disagree, I own several aerogardens and grow peppers and tomatoes in the dead of winter. Great
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I disagree, I own several aerogardens and grow peppers and tomatoes in the dead of winter. Great
You use a 20W model for peppers and tomatoes??? I had disappointing results with a 30W.
The larger models (45W) will work, but like I said, they're still a distant second to growing outdoors (if you can).
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