AeroGrow and the National Gardening Association Announce September 1st as National Indoor Gardening Day

Aug 19, 2009

AeroGrow International, Inc.
Sylvia Bernstein, VP of Marketing

National Gardening Association
Michael Metallo, President

AeroGrow and the National Gardening Association Announce September 1st as National Indoor Gardening Day

AeroGrow International, Inc., makers of the AeroGarden line of indoor gardening products, and the National Gardening Association are celebrating the transition between the summer, outdoor gardening season and the winter, indoor gardening season with the creation of National Indoor Gardening Day. The official day will be Tuesday, September 1st, 2009.

National Indoor Gardening Day involves offering FREE one-hour classes in five cities across the U.S. about how to bring your outdoor garden indoors, how to continue growing fresh produce indoors and how to start your outdoor garden seedlings in the spring. Classes are taught by experienced AeroGrow employees who know a thing or two about indoor gardening. And they are going to be giving away three AeroGardens at each class, including their new VeggiePro, designed for growing full-sized vegetables.

    Class locations/details are as follows:
    City                    Location                                Time
    Anchorage, AK           Consortium Library                      6:00p-7:00p
    Burlington, VT          Gardener's Supply Company               6:30p-7:30p
    Chicago, IL             Chicago Center for Green Technology     6:00p-7:00p
    Denver, CO              Denver Botanic Gardens                  6:30p-7:30p
    (attendees must be a Garden Member or pay for garden admission at this location)
    Philadelphia, PA        Bartram's Garden                        5:30p-6:30p

All classes are offered on Tuesday, September 1st, 2009 and are FREE. No pre-registration is required. If you cannot attend any of these classes, a video of the class will be made available on September 2nd at

AeroGrow and The National Gardening Association felt the need for this day with the explosive growth of gardening across the U.S. this past summer. Now more people than ever are planting and growing their own herb and vegetable gardens. With the summer ending, AeroGrow wants to show gardeners old and new that gardening does not have to stop with the end of summer. With the ultimate gardening tool, the AeroGarden, gardeners can continue to grow and enjoy their favorite vegetables and herbs all year-round.

Hundreds of thousands of people are now enjoying garden-fresh food, grown indoors in their own AeroGardens. AeroGardens are easy-to-use, guaranteed to grow, dirt-free indoor gardens that let anyone enjoy beautiful herb, vegetable, salad or flower gardens, all year long.

About AeroGrow International, Inc.

AeroGrow was founded in 2002. AeroGardens grow fresh herbs, vegetables, salad and flowers year-round, with no dirt or pesticides. More information is available online at

About the National Gardening Association

Founded in 1973, National Gardening Association (NGA) is a national nonprofit leader in plant-based education, respected for its award-winning, information-rich Web sites and newsletters; grants, curricula, and resources for youth gardens; and research for the lawn and garden industry. NGA's mission is to promote home, school, and community gardening as a means to renew and sustain the essential connection between people, plants, and the environment. To learn more about the benefits of gardening with children, please visit or visit for general gardening information.

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