Added by on 2016-05-01

You can now easily grow your own organic, all-natural, fresh (live) vegetables, herbs, spices and fruit in your very own home with “The Replenishing Tower “. Visit the website at and our Facebook Fanpage at It is the world’s only self-rotating, self-watering indoor/outdoor Aeroponic Garden Tower. Imagine having fresh (live): Butter head (bib) lettuce, Kale (for homemade healthy smoothies), green-leaf lettuce, red-leaf lettuce, endive, bok choy, baby bok choy, cilantro, basil (for homemade pesto), both lemon and red-leaf basil, Swiss char, rosemary, mint, dill, and almost any other type of salad green available to you 365 days a year. Use the entire lettuce head or just pluck off the leaves you want to use and the rest keeps growing. Just place “The Replenishing Tower” in front of a window or sliding glass door, that faces the sun, and the rotating garden will receive light on all sides as it turns. You will be amazed at how fast and how easy it is to grow your own fresh (live) organic, all-natural vegetables and herbs. Store bought fresh produce cannot compare with the freshness of The Replenishing Tower. Produce purchased at the grocery store or health store has been picked, packed and transported across the country, not to mention the fact that it has been drowned in pesticides, insecticides and herbicides throughout its life. It is at best, a week to three weeks old, already dead and losing nutrients by the minute. The Replenishing Tower allows you to pluck leaves off of live heads of lettuce or cut live branches of herbs from the living plant and put them directly in your salad, the dinner simmering on your stove or in your mouth. In this way you will receive the maximum health and nutrient benefit from every leaf, stem and fruit […]

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  • :karen-ann :macdonald 1 year ago

    KLANMOTHER : :karen

  • chaki perdomo 1 year ago

    the system stared in singapore and perfected in Colombia… there are lots of them around….the colombian one, has 4 or 6 towers spining around…