Added by on 2016-10-02

—— UPDATE: The Garden Tower 2 is now available! —— A brief introduction to the vertical Garden Tower, the first and only available vertical patio farm which integrates composting and generates fertilizer! Organic gardening anywhere and everywhere! Now until May 17th, save on the Garden Tower 2 with coupon “springsale” in our webstore ( Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHAPS HYDROPONIC KITS SETUP GUIDE. 5 – POWER ONHow to Fill the Reservoir, Add Nutrients, & Test pH in Your Tower Garden®: Setup InstructionsRoofing Calculator App – Setup GuideTower Garden Initial Setup – Part 2

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  • kiren kumar 1 year ago


  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago

    Now until May 17th, save $60 on the Garden Tower 2 with coupon "springsale" in our webstore (

  • Michael Felton 1 year ago

    i want one so bad im gonna puke

  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago
  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago

    Over $250,000 has been pledged for Garden Tower 2's — It's all over at midnight December 7th:

  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago

    —— UPDATE: Garden Tower 2 JUST RELEASED: ——

  • Jessica Rodriguez 1 year ago

    How i can get the pastic container?

  • Serena Sult 1 year ago

    Where can I get more information on these.. I am interested in getting some..

  • alexcorneanu 1 year ago

    Basically, cutting it in this way will make it a modular system. The height can freely increase and instead of growing only 50 plants, as the current system allow, we can grow 70-80 plants. Also, smaller pieces means you will be able to ship it internationally at cost wise price, so I can buy it as well 🙂 Good luck !

  • alexcorneanu 1 year ago

    On Kickstarter you're saying that due to its height, shipping is not cheap.Here's a solution to the problem: cut the barrel and the central tube in two or three equal pieces. The pieces will connect (in order to assemble the system) by a screw mechanism. In this way, the height of the system can be greatly reduced for shipping purpose and furthermore, can have an increased height by adding more pieces that can be screwed in place later on.

  • Agri Culture 1 year ago

    I noted from the website that these are only available in the USA. I would love to support the project but not with a pledge if I then can't even get one. Also, how do you put this Tuber to bed for winter and prepare it for spring planting? The idea is amazing and exciting. 

  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago

    The body of the tower is pure HDPE and has no BPA or phthalates, the only material we are looking to phase out is the PVC compost tube; this is high quality rigid water pipe. Hard/brittle PVC, to my knowledge, does not use BPA as an additive. This is the same pipe that is used for 66% of the water conveyance in the USA. The compost tube is sheltered completely from UV radiation and is therefore not subject to most environmental degradation. More on the website.


  • Laura Pare 1 year ago

    what kind of plastic is this made from? That would be a deal breaker for me if it has BPA in it. But this is a really cool idea

  • Yusuf Germino 1 year ago

    cool ! 

  • Garden Tower Project 1 year ago

    RandomTuber, there are actually quite a few options for low/indirect lighting situations and I have personal experience with most of these: salad vegetables like spinach, radishes and open-headed (leafy) lettuces of many varieties; veggies like broccoli, radishes, beets, potatoes and peas, and herbs like sage, parsley, chives, and mints do well to name a few. Also, you could supplement with a few CFL's in cheap outdoor fixtures.

  • RandomTuber782 1 year ago

    I've been following this since the kickstarter, I really want to get one, but i live on the 2nd floor of an apartment building and I only have a west facing balcony to grow on. It gets a good amount of evening sun, but there are a few obstructions. Would this be worth the investment?