Added by on 2019-05-16

If you’ve ever wanted to garden vertically, this is your lucky day! Here’s a great innovation that will allow you to grow almost anything… without the stooping and bending involved in traditional gardening. It’s a great product… well built… and made in the USA! Check it out! alan Here’s the Link to the GreenStalk Garden website: Vertical Garden Tower Shop ALL Amazon from this link: http://homesteadadvisor.com/amazon-store/ Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts#266: How to Grow a Vertical Vegetable Garden with the GreenStalk Stackable Gardening SystemGreenStalk Stackable Gardening System – 5 Tier Vertical Vegetable TowerGreenStalk Vertical Garden Unboxing and ReviewA Vertical Garden Made from DIY Stackable PlantersVertical Growing Stackable Planters – Potty InnovationsPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys Review

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  • Devatanu Banerjee 1 month ago

    Hi Alan, how much potting soil did you put in each level. Please guide.

  • JJ Willow 1 month ago

    I love that it only takes up 2 square feet and reduces weeding, what I don't like is you still have to water all pockets weekly, the drip does not work and you will loose your crops if you only count on the top watering. I lost a full years crops counting on a few of these instead of planting in the garden, also, the soil heats up bad and needs to have partial shade or plant growth will be stunted unless you fully water each pocket daily or twice daily to cool it off, I have two years experiences with the Greenstalk and the only reason I have some success this year is because I water all pockets every couple of days. TOP WATERING is not good enough. I am in the mid/east west where it shouldn't be such a problem, the drip is only good for a quick bit of water if you are running out the door but make sure that you go back and completely water every single pocket with in a few hours or you will have dead plants. These are way too expensive to not work as advertised, I'm disappointed and embarrassed because many friends, family and neighbors made fun of me when I bought these… and they where right to make fun of me spending that much money on this system.. it would have been better to invest in a raised bed system.

  • Bramhall Homestead Texas 1 month ago

    the wife would like this for flowers as well

  • Gene Beck 1 month ago

    Alan I have some new shoots of blackberries or I think it's blackberries but they have 5 leaves on them is that blackberries

  • Poodle Daddles 1 month ago

    i hope that in a few months you give an update to see if this product lives up to its expectations. I like the concept but I am very skeptical that it will be successful due to drying out to quickly. Thanks for the video!

  • Emily M. 1 month ago

    Hey! Just sent you an email under the subject
    line ‘Optica Entertainment & Creative Nation Inquiry’ if that helps you find it. Hoping to hear back from you! 🙂

  • mark t 1 month ago

    do you think worms would survive in it to help?

  • GrannyBird Birdsong 1 month ago

    I would be very interested to see/hear your results later in the year to see how this system produces for you.

  • sunnylandcamper 1 month ago

    little pricey for a tightwad like me, but a good idea

  • T Green 1 month ago

    What about fire ants climbing up into the tower and making a 5 foot tall fire ant bed, after all we are in Texas. ?

  • jeeperoo84 1 month ago

    Keep us updated. Interested on how it works out.

  • Atoyota 1 month ago

    Corn? well maybe. But admittedly it is limited. I wouldn't try squash, and tomatoes may be a problem. Green beans? maybe.
    It is probably best suited for herbs and maybe leaf style lettuce.
    It looks good for people with plenty of sun but no yard and yes you'd need a way to rotate it for even solar exposure. Also for people who have problems growing strawberries 😉

  • TheRealWorldPrepper 1 month ago

    Good review video, TP2. An interesting product for vertical container gardening. Could be just the right answer for someone with limited space. Thanks for sharing.

  • Theresa D 1 month ago

    Thank you for showing this! I saw these at the store the other day but I was kind of skeptical about how well they would work out. Looks like I'll be heading back to the store.

  • Deep South Homestead 1 month ago

    Thats the second one of these ive seen on channels that i watch.Looks like a good idea for an older person who cant get out to the garden.

  • tabcan 1 month ago

    A hand truck might move it around nicely too.  Thanks.

  • Charlie 1 month ago

    Cool

  • EastTexasGardener 1 month ago

    We got our strawberries in the ground about a week ago. Crossing our fingers this time they do better than 2 years ago! I dropped your name on my order form. Wife wants to grow some stuff on the back porch and HATES the bending over part (and weeding) of gardening. 🙂 Congrats on the 10 million views also!!

  • The Little Whitehouse 1 month ago

    Looks like a nice system. Hope it continues to do well for you.

  • harry lopper rabbitry 1 month ago

    i got a question can u do a lambing video