Grow Good Health For You and Your Family

Good nutrition is critical to good health. Eating more fruits and vegetables is the best way to get the whole food nutrition you need to stay healthy. That’s why the USDA recommends that at every meal at least half our plates are fruits and vegetables. If you’re like most of us, you fall well short of that goal.

Tower Garden can help you and your family eat more fruits and vegetables. How?

It’s healthier

Tower Garden helps you eat more fruits and vegetables by letting you grow delicious vine-ripened produce right outside your back door. Grow almost anything you like, including tomatoes, lettuce, basil, peppers, spinach, beans, cucumbers, melons, and herbs. And increase your children’s interest in eating fresh fruits and vegetables by involving them in gardening. Learn more about the health benefits of Tower Garden produce »

It’s easier

Tower Garden is easy to assemble and maintain, and it can be placed in any relatively sunny place outside. There’s no soil, no weeds, and no ground pests to worry about. And you’ll have a full range of customer support to help ensure a successful growing experience, including our online Resource Center. Discover all the ways Tower Garden makes gardening easier »

It’s smarter

Because of its unique aeroponic technology and vertical design, Tower Garden uses less than 10% of the water and land required by traditional, soil-based agriculture. Plus, find out how Tower Garden can save you money on produce »

It’s better-tasting

Much of the produce we buy and eat today is days or sometimes even weeks old, lacking in nutrition, and grown commercially using herbicides and pesticides. That’s actually one important reason why so many of us don’t enjoy eating them. But with Tower Garden you can have produce right at the back door of your home, the way nature intended—fresh, nutritious, great-tasting, and picked at the peak of ripeness.

Because Tower Garden produce is better tasting, better looking—even better smelling—you and your family will likely find yourselves eating more fruits and vegetables.

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Glenn Seymour (217 Posts)

Partner & Director of Business Development at Stocks Institue for Age Management. I Promote Age Management strategies including hormone optimization, low glycemic index foods and exercise. I have spent my career in the healthcare industry.

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