Tower Gardens is a an innovative way to bring fresh vegetables and herbs to your table 365 days a year through a process called Aeroponics.
During this years 2016 Garden Show, I had the pleasure of meeting many intersting people and companies of which one was LeAnn Oblander with Tower Garden. After talking with LeAnn for quite a while and as a newly elected officer of the Topeka Area Water Garden Scociety trying to moving in new directions; it seemed only natural that I invite her to speak to our club members. LeAnn and her business partners Beth Jessop and Kim Wells will be providing a demonstration along with a presentation on how the system works and what benefits you gain from owning a Tower Garden. I think you'll like what they have to show and tell.
Take a look at this video https://www.youtube.com/user/OfficialTowerGarden.
And heres a reprint from thier website. I hope they don't mind and appreciate them letting me introduce you to a Tower Garden System. It should be a good time.
As you push your cart—squeaky wheel and all—over to the produce aisle, you’re dismayed to discover the supermarket is out of arugula (again!). Then you see the romaine is a little wilted, the spinach a bit slimy.
“Guess I won’t bother having salad this week,” you think heading back out, green-less, into the piercing winter wind.
Shopping for fresh produce this time of year can be a drag. You’re trying to make healthy choices, but the availability of healthy foods can be, well, let’s just say underwhelming.
But get this: Though I’ve had salads nearly every day for months, I can’t remember the last time I actually bought salad greens from the grocery store.
My secret? I’ve been growing my own indoors.
And fresh produce year-round—regardless of climate—is just one of many benefits of indoor gardening.