• Free metro shipping

  • Australian made

  • 60 day returns

Free metro shipping

Australian made

60 day returns

Shopping Cart (0 items)


Your shopping bag is empty

Go to the shop

Airgarden Summer Growing Guide

Airgarden Summer Growing Guide

Summer is here, which means we're prepping our Airgardens for fresh summer veggies, abundant salad greens, and of course - the hot, hot sun! Here's everything you need to know and do.

Get ready for the heat

At the change of every season, make sure you change your timer to suit the change in temperature as per the below table, or check out this video.

Average daily temp

On (notch down)

Off (notch up)

Hot: Above 35ºc

15 (1 down)

15 (1 up)

Warm: Between 15ºc - 35ºc

15 (1 down)

30 (2 up)

Cold: Below 15ºc

15 (1 down)

45 (3 up)


When the temperature exceeds 30 degrees, you should also put your Airgarden in shade during the hottest part of the day to protect your plants.

Give your Airgarden a clean

Give your Airgarden a quick seasonal reset! Even a brief cleaning will keep your Airgarden running smoothy – and make way for new seasonal seedlings. Check out this video.

What to do if you're going away

If you’re heading away on a holiday, firstly - good for you! Secondly, here’s what to do with your Airgarden while you are away.

Defending against leaf diseases

The summer humidity can bring airborne funguses like downy and powdery mildew, which present like the below examples:

May be an image of nature  May be a closeup of nature  May be an image of outdoors

If any of your leaves are looking like this, the best solution is Eco Fungicide from Bunnings.

Just spray the plant and then remove any of the already affected leaves. It's also 100% natural and safe to use on edibles with no withholding period. We'd recommend you get some and have it on hand!

What's in season

Along with herbs and leafy greens that love the Airgarden any time of year, here's what you should be planting in summer!

  • kale
  • leeks
  • lettuce, all types
  • silverbeet
  • tomatoes, all types
  • Zucchini
  • basil, all types
  • chives
  • coriander
  • cumin
  • dandelion
  • echinacea
  • lavender
  • marigold
  • marjoram
  • mint, all varieties
  • oregano
  • parsley
  • sage
  • thyme

Happy growing Tribe! And don't forget to join our Facebook Group for inspo, tips and tricks, or contact us at any time if you have any questions.

Related post

Join our tribe

Subscribe to our newsletter to get growing tip & tricks, the latest news & promos!