Tower Garden System

Definition - What does Tower Garden System mean?

The tower garden system is a vertical, aeroponic tower structure that allows you to grow up to 20 plants such as fruits, vegetables, spices, or flowers, using the one unit. The tower takes up very little room and allows the plants to be cultivated in only three square feet. The system can be placed indoors or outdoors. The entire system relies on only water and provided nutrients for growth and does not utilize soil.

The tower garden system successfully grows plants up to three times faster than other growing methods. Cultivars can also expect a greater harvest yield of up to 30 per cent. Normally, plants are ready to harvest only a few weeks after planting.

MaximumYield explains Tower Garden System

Plants grown in the tower growing system do not suffer from weed overgrowth, pest problems, or diseases. The plants require very little care to thrive. All water and nutrients are automatically delivered to the plants via the system. The tower garden system grows plants in any sunny location such as a rooftop, balcony, patio, sunny window space, or beneath grow lights.

The tower is usually sold as a kit with a germination tray, rockwool cubes, vermiculite, net pots, seed starter kit, pump, timer, drain tube, plant food, pH test kit, pH adjusters, and a measuring cup.

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