Added by on 2016-05-07 This is my first Work With Nature Honest Review video. Today we are reviewing the GreenStalk Stackable Gardening System. So what is it. It’s a space-saving, vertical, stack-able planter with an internal slow drip watering system. It grows vegetables, strawberries, herbs, and flowers. Was very impressed by the watering system, as many of the homemade towers have a problem with drying out. I am very happy with it and glad this was my first review based item, as it really performs as promised. Related Posts#266: How to Grow a Vertical Vegetable Garden with the GreenStalk Stackable Gardening SystemGreenStalk Stackable Gardening SystemGardening In Small Spaces – Greenstalk Vertical Vegetable Gardening! Strawberries, Carrots, LettuceHydroponics in apartment balcony | Vertical Gardening at home using PVC pipe| NFT system#4 AMAZING VERTICAL GARDENING IDEAS FOR HOME | AQUAPONIC HYDROPONIC VERTICAL TOWERPt.2/10 How to Build a Hydroponic Vertical Grow Tower System and 11lb Chocolate Bar to the Rescue: )

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  • Burke Mawby 4 years ago

    $180 from Amazon.

  • Dwayne Wallage 4 years ago

    Just a quick question. Are there drainage holes in the containers, or do they dry out from the top down? Its balcony gardening for me until I find the right land, and this seems like a good way to get more out of my limited space.

  • WayOutWest Blowinblog 4 years ago

    Link not working for me David : – (

  • aveotint 4 years ago

    Looks cool, thanks David for review

  • John Lord 4 years ago

    Great option for vertical gardening, and to have bigger and taller systems. Putting these into a halved greenhouse, stretched across a south-facing concrete retaining wall or house, changes a 20×20 separate green/hot/grow house into an attached greenhouse 10×40 with up to 1700 square foot of vertical growing space.

  • Hannahcode1 4 years ago

    Nice banana tree,your garden looks great!

  • Rabidavid 4 years ago

    Interesting, but It would have been good if you had actually shown us You connecting the parts together. I know you described it and the theory behind it, but It's always the doing, not the seed planting that people want to see, especially if they are buying a product. I presume that the reason why you didn't add in the clip showing the connecting was because the slots were slightly off and it was tricky to allign. If not why not show you doing this, even if it took a few minutes to do! It's what we want to see.

  • FOR8YESHUA 4 years ago

    Can you give us an update as to how the plants are doing in the next several weeks?

  • BlackCat2 4 years ago

    Looks good so far. I would also be interested to see how it produces but also how it holds up against the sunlight, weather etc. over time.

    – Heidi

  • The Self Sufficient Life 4 years ago

    Interesting, Thanks for the review. I've seen a couple of other setups advertised. Not sure if this was one. I appreciated the "exploded" view. I've only seen them assembled and this answered a few questions I had. One question I have concerning the watering system. Do you feel it distributes water to each level evenly?

  • Mark Thieme 4 years ago

    nice video be interesting to see how it produces