Having a Tower Garden is really important for us as we have a opportunity to grow fresh produce in our home. In this video we show you the Tower Garden by Juice Plus and how to assemble the Tower Garden indoors with the lighting kit. We also talk about how to grow fresh vegetables indoors. Having a full size indoor garden allows us to eat healthier without the gardening efforts. Growing fresh food indoors is a really exciting and can change the way we eat forever!
The Tower Garden is an areoponic system that uses air, water, and nutrient to grow fresh produce with little to no space. It is clean and easy as it runs on a timer and uses no dirt.
What is the Tower Garden and how does it work? Check out my blog where I talk in depth about the Tower Garden:
Things We Mentioned In This Video:
Megan’s mother is our Juice Plus representative and she can be your too!
We are no way affiliated with Juice Plus.
Where you can get Non-GMO Organic seeds:
What we planted by seed:
We planted our seeds in rock-wool that we purchased from the Tower Garden website. We then put vermiculite on top of the seed from Tower Gardens directions. We then put the rock-wool in some water and we change the water daily. Once the plant has roots coming out of the rock-wool and plant is about one Inch tall or more we will transplant into the Tower Garden.
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Do you garden? Do you want to garden? Learn how you can grow up to 32 organic plants in a 2 1/2 ft area. Why the Tower Garden?
Grow indoors or outdoors
It is self watering,
No dirt which means less pests
Produce grows 30% faster than traditional gardens
Uses 10% of the water in ground gardens need
and so much more…
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