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. Here is a show […]
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Our Vertical Gardens are now just full of fresh produce ready to harvest! We will be harvesting and replanting at once for our second crop of this growing season. We have been eating from our vertical gardens for several months now. Going out daily and picking fresh greens to make our morning Green Shake or for […]
Do you have a problem with the only location you have for your Vertical Garden not getting enough light during the day? Doug Barlow has this problem. His home has a high bluff on the east side that keeps that side of the house in a shadow most of the day. On the west side of the […]
Are your zucchini or tomatoe plants growing like crazy in your Vertical Garden? Do they have had lots of flowers but are giving little or no fruit? If you are experiencing this, it could be caused by a lack of pollination due to the decline of the native bee population. Today more gardeners have to manually pollinate […]
These strawberries were just tiny plant starts when planted in my Tower Garden Vertical Garden the middle of March. Now it’s Memorial Day weekend and I am picking ripe strawberries from my Tower Garden. All in just two and a half months! My strawberries in traditional my soil beds still have green strawberries that show no […]
Our vertical garden is a kale producing machine!
It’s time to put our Christmas Cactus outside! They love to get the extra sunshine and fresh air. Some words of caution: Bring your cactus back inside if there is a possibility of frost during the night. Begin by putting your cactus in some partial shade and totally avoid direct sunshine for a couple of […]
Spring is in the air! Here in the Pacific Northwest the plum and cherry trees blossoms have come and for the most part are already gone, being replaced with new leaf growth. Now is the time to begin to plan what you are going to be growing this year in your Tower Gardens. There are […]
The University of Mississippi published a research paper about growing vegetables in a Tower Garden. The study reveals that plants grown in aeroponic systems show a higher product yield and comparable antioxidant properties compared to those grown in soil. OleMiss planted 24 Tower Gardens with basil, chard, parsley, red kale, bell pepper, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and […]
Here is a You Tube video about putting together the Tower Garden. It is a well-produced homemade video.