"We really have no clue about the produce we buy in the supermarket. With the Tower Garden I  know exactly what I'm feeding my family "


Wait until you see what vegetables really look like when you grow them in a mineral rich medium. Whatever you decide to grow in your Tower looks completely foreign to what you are accustomed to seeing in the supermarket. The produce in the market is typically grown in 3 mineral, NPK soil; nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. It is severely lacking and deficient. The flavor is amazing too. Imagine walking out your back door and harvesting your own fresh vegetables straight from the tower to your plate. 


There are restaurants in New York and California that have incorporated Tower Gardens on their rooftops. Growing fresh greens to serve to their guests. Doesn't get any fresher or better than that when eating out. There is an incredible difference in flavor when a vegetable's  been grown in a full spectrum of minerals and other nutritional components. Imagine the reaction of your cells when they finally discover all these missing minerals. It will be like a long lost homecoming event. It's also really easy to get your kids involved in the growing process. Surprisingly, they typically want to taste a sample of their efforts too.


You can also harvest these highly nutritious fruits and vegetables in less time than it takes planted in the ground. Plus, you won't have to deal with all the ground pests. Tower garden incorporates all the beneficial minerals that used to be in the Earth way back when. It's a sample taste of what produce must have tasted like from God's  Garden of Eden. Gourmet lettuce and other leafy greens grow quickly and can usually be harvested 3 weeks after planting. When it comes to growing your own produce, there is really no comparison to this product's benefits.



Tower Garden simplifies traditional gardening, using a unique vertical gardening system that makes it easy to grow your own fresh fruits and vegetables at home. See what others are saying about it! Check out the 4-week growth process of a Tower Garden HERE. Really cool!