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Aerogarden Harvest Elite Slim $99.97 YMMV

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[Costco] Aerogarden Harvest Elite Slim $99.97 YMMV

Costco has the Harvest Elite Slim on clearance for $99.97, found in Edmonton at the Claireview location

ATL on Amazon seems to be $129.99
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I bought 3 of these a month ago so will try to price adjust at Overlea tonight
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Jul 22, 2018
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Please let us know if the price is available at Overlea!
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Saw a bunch at the Newton Warehouse yesterday.
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Veges taste better when they are home grown as they are fresher.

The fact that i can just harvest and eat my lettuce without washing is priceless.
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Fantastical wrote: Veges taste better when they are home grown as they are fresher.

The fact that i can just harvest and eat my lettuce without washing is priceless.
Nutritionally, lettuce is pretty much useless regardless of where it’s grown… Aerogarden is a decent (though an expensive) way to introduce yourself to growing your own herbs/veggies.
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Fantastical wrote: Yes, it's not cheap.

But why would say lettuce's nutrition is useless?

https://www.healthline.com/health/food- ... ne-lettuce
Because it’s mostly water. Take lettuce and compare it to another vegetable by nutrition/weight. Here’s a comparison vs other (better) greens:

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Green leaf lettuce is slightly better than iceberg but not by much.
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Jan 16, 2018
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Northen Costco has it in stock but it was 86 CAD during BF if my memeory is correct.
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ZhiyuX072143 wrote: Northen Costco has it in stock but it was 86 CAD during BF if my memeory is correct.
I do not think this model has ever been this low...
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Can I use my own seeds?
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Jan 17, 2022
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You have to keep buying their seeds in future. It is very expensive =(
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Yes, keep the plastic frame and you can buy replacement peat moss or rockwool and put in your own seeds. Google it and there are plenty of YouTube videos showing you how.
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Thank you OP! Just got one from St. James Winnipeg! About 20 left now. No other locations in Winnipeg has them btw.
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Use my own seeds, fertilizer, and rockwool/medium. Keep your initial baskets.
Peppers, tiny tim tomatoes, kale all work.
Growing lettuce at moment.
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Vikram19 wrote: Thank you OP! Just got one from St. James Winnipeg! About 20 left now. No other locations in Winnipeg has them btw.
You're welcome! I was hesitant to post (first deal) but glad I did
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izzyzz wrote: Aerogarden is a decent way to grow your own herbs...
I agree. Face With Tears Of Joy
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Thinking of getting one.. does anyone know if it uses up a lot of electricity?

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