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Two Tower Gardens growing inside while the ground is covered with snow outside.
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The most frequent question I’m asked “Can I grow herbs in the Tower Garden? ” Yes, lots of them! I love the Tower Garden just of Asian Greens, and one just of greens for smoothies, and of course Salad greens. Click here to learn more about the Tower Garden.
Yes you can grow herbs in a Tower Garden.
I grew my own salad greens year round in my Tower Gardens.
I also grow Asian greens in my Tower Gardens. I grown salad greens year round.
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My Aeomeum Succulent plants are so big and attractive. They always are a subject of conversation to with anyone who visits my garden. I just love them, they are so attractive. Watch the video to learn more about them. I also offer gardening coaching classes. Use the contact form to inquire.
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It is October 11, 2015 and this years growing season is coming to an end. This Tower Garden is still producing strawberries and will continue to do so until the first heavy frost. We have just harvested the last of the beans and still have a crop of Swiss Chard growing. Watch the video and comment.
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