A while back, I posted about the Aerogarden that my daughter gave me. Then, I found one of the smallest ones, the Aerogarden Sprout, on sale on Amazon and ordered one of those, and started the little herb garden that came along with it. Then I ordered a seed starter top that sprouts up to 15 plants at once; but is designed for you to transplant them as they get larger. The regular Aerogarden is made to completely garden indoors if you want, and the top with the lights can be raised as the plants get taller and taller. Now, I have some tomatoes and some sweet red peppers planted in the seed sprouter, and put the herbs in the regular Aerogarden to grow a bit more before I transplant them into regular containers, or plant them outside. I also have one of those regular starter trays that hold the little peat-moss disks and I started some of the greens that can be put outside right away in those. I have spinach and chard in there, and also some morning glories that I can set out once the weather warms up a bit more. We are supposed to be in the 70's all next week; so I am hoping to get in more time working outside in the garden and yard before we get into the hot summer days. Here is the Aerogarden Sprout with its starter trays and little dome lid.