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This could be the perfect solution for those of you with very limited space but want to grow herbs and vegetables. 2 square feet of a level area, like a deck, patio, or walkway, which receives about 8 hours of sunlight would be the perfect spot for this little system! You can order it here: http://amzn.to/2pBlW9d Related Posts“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodCustomer Reviews of the Tower Garden® ExperienceJuice Plus Tower Garden Review Pt 1Grow 53 Plants in 4 Sq Ft with a Garden Tower Vertical Container GardenGarden Tower Project Summary

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16 Comments

  • gamer guy 1 month ago

    I love this video.. great job..

  • James A 1 month ago

    Does one side of the system get too much shade? Would it be necessary to plant shade tolerant plants on the northern side?

  • Jackie Horsley 1 month ago

    everything looks really good I was wondering if you could make a pesto with other leafy greens like chard and mustard because I know there is a lote of greens out there that you can grow in your garden iam growing leafy greens right now in my garden

  • Maricela Hinojosa 1 month ago

    How is your greenstalk system doing? I just purchased one and getting ready to plant fall veggies. I was thinking to add plants in the top tier middle section where the watering tray sits, have you tried doing this and do you think that would not work properly. Thanks for another great video.

  • Elyse Joseph 1 month ago

    Nice little system for people living in an appartement!

  • timshel Leo 1 month ago

    Fantastic review !!!

  • Rick Buisson 1 month ago

    I have to get one of those garden things. It would work well in my small condo area, and being a disabled veteran it looks like it would be easy to take care of.
    How much potting soil did you need to fill up the garden container? About how much does it each container weigh with the soil inside, like I said I'm a disabled veteran, and I have a weight lifting limit that I can pick up.

  • S.I. G. 1 month ago

    Great tutorial and review of this planter, but I am also curious as to what kind of cutting scissors you were using in this video. Are they gardening shears or kitchen?

  • lovers4healthylife 1 month ago

    That is really a beautiful planter. Tfs, 🙂

  • Roxanne Cox 1 month ago

    I absolutely love this! Thanks for a great review.

  • 1timby 1 month ago

    Hmm interesting. Would this system be good for tomatoes & peppers?

    Thanks

  • ChezGra 1 month ago

    A very well done review!

  • SleestaksRule 1 month ago

    You did great with it. I got a different color and was going to grow indoors with it over the winter but I just didn't have the time to set it up. How much potting soil did it take?

  • awinbush99 1 month ago

    Maybe I missed this in your review but how often did you need to water once you were relying on the watering tray? I was very interested in the outcome of this project when you mentioned it in an earlier video. Glad you took the time to do a thorough assessment. My garden keeps getting bigger. Luke just started some cucamelons and we can't wait to see how those turn out this year. Please say hi to the family for us!

  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener | Avid Life Observer 1 month ago

    Donna how often did you fertilize this system , considering each plant had a small amount of potting mix available to it .

  • pickerick1 1 month ago

    That tower sure did work good!