Vertical Garden 4 Weeks of Amazing Growth!

I planted this Vertical Garden on Saturday October 26, 2018 using seedlings I purchased from Living Gardens. As the photos show over the next month these seedlings just exploded with growth.

Four photos of hydroponic vertical garden showing one month of growth.

The Tower Garden® aeroponic vertical garden by Juice Plus® is a form of advanced hydroponic gardening that grows vegetable plants in an air or mist environment rather than soil.

Aeroponic systems use water, liquid nutrients and soilless growing medium to quickly and efficiently grown more colorful, tastier, better smelling and incredibly nutritious produce.

I have personally found that vegetables I have grown myself in my aeroponic vertical garden taste better than the same vegetables grown in soil in my conventional garden.

To learn more how a aeroponic vertical gardening system works just TAP HERE.

Photo of Curly Parsley plant one week after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.
Curly Parsley plant one week after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.
Photo of Curly Parsley plant two weeks after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.
Curly Parsley plant two weeks after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.
Photo of Curly Parsley plant three weeks after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.
Curly Parsley plant three weeks after being planted into aeroponic vertical garden.

This aeroponic hydroponic vertical gardening system is perfect for the gardener with limited space. The base is 32 inches in diameter. If you can spin a yardstick in a circle on the floor you have room for this vertical garden.

Photo of Bibb Lettuce one week after seedlings were planted in this aeroponic hydroponic vertical garden.
Bibb Lettuce one week after seedlings were planted in this aeroponic hydroponic vertical garden.
Photo of Bibb Littuce three weeks after being planted in this aeroponic hydroponic vertical garden.
Bibb Littuce three weeks after being planted in this aeroponic hydroponic vertical garden.

When harvesting your produce from any type of garden it is best not to just break off the stem from the plant. When forcefully broken away from the stem jagged edges are left. It is harder and slower for the plant to seal these jagged edges to retain moisture in the plant.

The proper way to harvest your produce is to use a pair of scissors and cut the stems off from the plant. This leaves a nice straight and clean edge for the plant to seal.

Photo of lettuce being harvested from a vertical garden using scissors.
When harvesting produce use a scissors to cut the stem from the plant.

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