Tower Garden Help Bee’s Pollinate!

This is a zucchini blossom on my Tower Garden with the bee doing its work!  To help out the pollination, I go out early each morning and use a feather to brush each blossom center, thus spreading pollen from male to female blossoms.  It really does work and it increases my yield dramatically. The second ...

Tower Garden needs sun light on all sides

If only one side of your garden receives sunlight each day, rotate the reservoir lid 1/4 turn in the same direction daily for uniform plant growth. My Tower Gardens are against a light colored wall which helps to reflect light onto the backside of them. Click here to order your Tower Garden today! Contact me ...

Tower Garden Students Learning How To Have Green Thumbs

Here is a URL to a newspaper article about the school in Collingswood, Ontario, Canada learning how to have green thumbs using 6 Tower Gardens. http://www.theenterprisebulletin.com/2014/04/25/vanier-students-learn-to-be-green-thumbs I also want to have a green thumb! Click here to order your Tower Garden now! Contact me: ...

Tower Garden California Farmer Finds Solution To The State’s Water Crisis In Local Food

Here is a great posting from the Future Growing  Blog about how Niels Thorlaksson has converted his backyard into a Tower Garden farm. Instead of watering grass he is now watering 100 Tower Gardens and growing food for his local community. http://futuregrowing.wordpress.com/2014/04/16/california-farmer-finds-solution-to-the-states-water-crisis-in-local-food/ Click here to begin growing your own food today! Contact me: Contact me: ...

Tower Garden Steve Ritz Amazing Green Bronx Machine

Steven Ritz is a school teacher in the South Bronx of New York City. Stephen has been working to teach his students and the community how to grow their own food in the South Bronx. Bob and I had the wonderful experience of listening to him as a speaker at the Juice Plus Leadership in ...

Tower Garden Working in the Garden Spring is Here!

Have had two wonderful gardening days here in the Pacific Northwest. No it doesn’t rain all the time, just seems like it at times. Bob got my drip irritation system that he installed for me 3 years ago back on line and running for the season two weeks agao. With the past few days of ...

Tower Garden Yellow Leaves Check Your PH

Are the leaves on your plants yellowing in your Tower Garden? That may mean your pH has drifted out of the recommended range. Check the pH twice a week to make sure it’s between 5.0-7.0. Click here to order your pH balance kit. Contact me: ...

Grow A Healthy Tower Garden

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Researchers Confirm Superior Yield of Tower Garden

Researchers at the University of Mississippi have confirmed what experienced Tower Gardeners everywhere already know: Tower Garden by Juice Plus+ yields more produce, more quickly than traditional soil-based gardening. The researchers grew eight different vegetables and herbs – tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, squash, chard, green basil, parsley, and red kale – side-by-side, in Tower Gardens ...

Watch my Tower Garden Grow!

I started all seedlings Jan 28 in the kit included with each Tower Garden.  Once they sprouted, I put the starter tray on a heat pad under grow lights for 12 hours each day.  Two weeks later I set them in to the Tower Garden This series of photos began Feb. 13, Mar. 7, and ...

Tower Garden Winter Food Production

I have a Tower Garden inside of my greenhouse and it’s just going nuts! It grows  faster than two people can eat!  And we eat a green salad nearly every day from the Tower Garden. I  give away greens to my friends!  When I see the wilted so called fresh produce in the grocery store. ...

Winter Bird Feeding

Birds need additional energy to make it through the cold nights. They also need to replenish the lost energy when wake up in the morning. I always recommend that you have your bird feeders full the last couple of daylight hours and at daybreak. This is to help birds endure the long winter nights and ...