Grow greens while saving some with an AeroGarden at its lowest-ever price on Amazon

Get some fresh herbs and green thumb cred without breaking a sweat by snagging an AeroGarden at 55% off on Amazon.
An AeroGarden hydorponic garden system on a bright green background with a sheer overlay of grass.
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Are you someone who has managed to bring a cactus to its untimely end? Does a pothos quiver in your presence? If you’re known as the Green Reaper amongst your friends and fauna, jump on this chance to get a deeply discounted AeroGarden—available at a whopping 55% off for a limited time—to do the watering work for you.

AeroGarden Harvest Hydroponic Indoor Garden $75 (Was $164.95)

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This hydroponic garden—which uses water instead of soil to house your plants—makes growing herbs easy. It includes six seed pods: Genovese basil, curly parsley, dill, thyme, Thai basil, and mint. You can also purchase pods that grow salad greens and red heirloom cherry tomatoes if you want to change up what’s in your garden. There’s practically no mess thanks to the distinct lack of soil, and the easy-to-read control panel lets you know when to add water and plant food. You don’t even need to worry about your little plant babies getting light—the unit turns the 20-watt LED lights on and off. You’ll have herbs, flowers, and even veggies in your home year-round in no time. Soon, you’ll dream of seedling starter trays and raised garden beds.

So you’ve proven yourself a capable farmer, but what about your cooking skills? Turn those veggies and herbs into a delicious meal with a Char-Broil 22652143 Edge Electric Grill—which will only cost you $499, 38% off from its $799.99 regular price. Stick some of that basil in your meat mix for the best burgers in the neighborhood.

However, these deals aren’t perennial; we don’t know if they will return next year or even tomorrow, so hurry and take advantage of the sale before it withers away.

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Amanda Reed is a commerce updates writer at Popular Science. She makes sure all product round-ups are up-to-date, shares deals happening all over the internet, and reviews various gizmos and gadgets. She lives in Pittsburgh with JunkJunk, a handsome, sad-looking tuxedo cat who only wants wet food and attention.