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 http://TheReplenishingTower.com 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 that you consume.
Come and get your Replenishing Tower and Accessories at our Online Store at http://thereplenishingtower.com/shop/ The Seedling Starter Kit is one of the accessories in the store and following is it’s description and instructions:
1″ rock wool cubes with small holes in the top of each cube allows exact seed placement for starting seedlings. Each cube breaks off of the set so that one cube can be placed in each pot on The Replenishing Tower. When you receive your Rock Wool Seedling Kit, remove the wrapper. Place one seed (of your choice) in the center of each rock wool cube and use a pencil to push it down inside the cube about 1/2 inch. Place the cubes on a cookie tray or sheet pan and pour water (use bottled drinking water not tap water) over the cubes. They will soak up a lot of water. Pour off the excess water from the tray and place the tray in a dark closet for a few days. You may have to add more (drinking) water to the cubes, a little each day, to keep them moist. When you see the plants germinate (pop up out of the rock wool), place each cube in one of the pots on the tower. Be sure that you have added the nutrient packet and dechlorinator packet to the tap water in the base, before turning on your tower. Plant 35 cubes for the 7 ft tall tower and plant 26 cubes for the 5 ft tall model. Select the best and strongest seedlings to be placed in your garden tower.
Aeroponics vs. Hydroponics vs. Aquaponics
The Replenishing Tower uses aeroponic technology to maximize plant growth and vegetable/herb production to simplify your ability to obtain the very freshest (live) produce in the world, because it is growing in your home and it is alive.
The term hydroponics means “growing plants without soil”. Yes, it is possible to do this! Actually, the plant only needs: water, nutrients and the sun (for photosynthesis). Soil is actually just the media that helps hold these elements to the roots of the plant. In “Hydroponics” the roots of the plants are in a “wet” zone and the water and nutrients are in contact with the roots.
“Aeroponics” is a type of hydroponic system where the roots are not submerged in the water, as they are with hydroponics, but rather, they are sprayed or misted continually with water filled with nutrients. This allows the roots to receive maximum aeration and water at the same time. As far as the plant roots are concerned, this is the best of both worlds.
You may have also heard of the term “aquaponics” which refers to plants that use the waste products from fish to obtain their nutrients (natural fertilizer).