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Grow 53 Plants in 4 Sq Ft with a Garden Tower Vertical Container Garden?? CAN you really? Well A few years ago when we were running out of space for more food we decided to GROW VERTICALLY!!! Vertical gardening is a great way to grow for those who have limited room and also have poor soil and limited water options! Great for no space. Great for disabled people and others who cant bend down!! Besides various vertical gardening methods which we utilize all over our homestead, we do ave a favorite VERTICAL GARDEN TOWER t that we love which is the GREEN STALK!!! We got a GREEN STALK Vertical Garden Tower four years ago. I like this planter because it doesnt take alot of soil, its self watering, it holds ALOT OF PLANTS!!! We have grown just about everything in this planter over the last four years. AND its SAFE!!! So the proof for us is in the pudding…WE USE the planter and we love it!!! Check them out at Home And use “STARRY” to save money!!! You will get a discount!!! ( FACEBOOK STARRY!!!! SAY NO to Pallet Gardening..MORE Starry truths for you!! GET Canning and FRee yourself!! Off Grid HOW WE HEAT our WATER Good For camping to!!! Mr Hilders little knife that comes with a big BANG Water Bathing Coming Soon GET ready Canning Survival 101 GREAT BOOK Mr Hilder SAYS EVERY MAN needs this..paracord BEST m ulti tool..Mr Hilder recommends!!! READ AND FOLLOW STARRY AT MOTHER EARTH NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!! KABAR do you have one??? STARRY T SHIRTS AND MR HILDER T SHIRTS!!!!!!!!!!! ONLINE!!! Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodGrow 53 Plants in 4 Sq Ft with a Garden […]

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  • Simple Creations 6 months ago

    These look great, I think it'll work perfect for herbs. I might have to get one.

  • Paul Pritchard 6 months ago

    I am going to get Susan and I one of the Vertical Container's to ad to our Back To  Garden.  Thank U     Blessings  Paul & Susan North Georgia

  • rami chahin 6 months ago

    you always have so much energy sister, stay blessed.

  • Diane Gribbin 6 months ago

    I can't see this working, not enough height for the plants. Would like to see it in another month, stacked. You took the reservoir off how do you water it now. Sorry you make money from advertising this, to me it's no better than the pallet video problems, leaving out the toxic problems with the wood.

  • Jen Goods 6 months ago

    AWSOME ❤️

  • tracey bailey 6 months ago

    I am always so grateful for more ideas on growing food. Thanks Starry

  • Renee P 6 months ago

    You're so adorable! Blessings….

  • Kenna Law 6 months ago

    Those plastic tray can last how many years? I live in Toronto. Do you think these plastic can stay outside in winter, below 10 degree

  • Teja Lee 6 months ago

    that planter does not look so good

  • Melissa Meissner 6 months ago

    Hi Starry. Do you only water the top & let it drip down or do you also water each individual segment? I've always thought that flooding the top with enough water to drip down multiple layers would deplete the nutrients of the soil in the top. What are your thoughts?

  • keepercreek 6 months ago

    Do you move them indoors and grow veggies in the winter? Do they leak?

  • Traci Perdue 6 months ago

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  • Myriam Putnam 6 months ago

    Love it !
    first time seeing your video,great video!,thank you.
    from Pennsylvania.

  • Perry Denman 6 months ago

    Thank You Starry and Mr Hilder, always enjoy your content. God Bless

  • JaTon 6 months ago

    Very cool

  • Eileen H 6 months ago

    You are marvelous.

  • Blake Burson 6 months ago

    I'm sure you've heard this plenty, but I am entirely inspired by you and Mr. Hilder. This way of life is how every generation of my family has survived and I hope to revitalize it in my own life. You're probably going to get one extra view and like on every single one of your videos. You've created a diamond in the rough with this YouTube channel. Best of luck with your homestead.

  • ispeak4detrees 6 months ago

    For a second I thought those were pound cake molds. Lol.

  • STAR Gilpin 6 months ago

    just came across your videos!!! i love them. and your name is awesome. lol. i love it and mine. lol i can tell your so cool.