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MaryH (not verified)
ata, My guess that it would

ata,

My guess that it would be either a marketing repositioning of existing Tall models such as Elite + or Pro 200 or perhaps a product extension with a higher arm to give a higher machine.  But it is only my speculation.

Country Fair is a marketing repositioning of some existing seeds kits into a new lines of full sized vegetable seed kits which they can then expand with additional kits. 

ata (not verified)
Hi, Been reading it for a

Hi,

Been reading it for a while, but finally set up an account so I could post a question.  What is the story with the "veggiepro?"  I looked in the new catalog pdf and was unable to find it, although it is the focus of the press release.  I am assuming that this is new hardware, and would love to see the specs. 

MaryH (not verified)
I think AG would stop selling

I think AG would stop selling the 7 pods AGs in 12 to 18 months, maybe even less.  They might keep selling the kits and accessories for longer but I think they probably would not develop any new kits for them unless it is interchangeable ones.   For those that have the Classic, etc. might be worth getting some Master Gardener kits just in case.

 

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They seem pretty convinced

They seem pretty convinced the aerator-based products are better (3's, 6's). I really like the fact that my 7's are quieter. But so long as they continue selling the classic bulbs (or someone does), I'm fine with the ones I have.

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I noticed that too!  They

I noticed that too!  They didn't have any 7 pods in the latest catalog they sent us.  I have also been wondering about why the local Lowes started carrying only the 6 pod AGs, when they started to stock AeroGarden products late last year.  I was kinda thinking that AG is phasing the 7s out.

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Thanks for the link... So

Thanks for the link... So very pretty!

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Ooh, a better link, also at

Ooh, a better link, also at Amazon. Lists more tea flowers.

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Cross-posted again. She

Cross-posted again. She didn't say where she got it. I saw them with that same teapot at Stop & Shop around here. Amazon carries the tea flower balls, tied in China. I imagine you can get them lots of places, but I never saw them before December'08.

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I think it's fennel seeds

I think it's fennel seeds that they serve at our favorite Indian restaurant - a bowl of seeds by the door, kind of like a before-dinner mint. Ish. They're OK. I don't hate fennel teas. Just prefer the more rose-hip/hibiscus-y ones.

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I sooo want one. I bet you do

I sooo want one. I bet you do 2! Did she tell u where she got it from?

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