Holds up to 50 plants and 6+ cubic feet of potting soil.
Features a terracotta food-grade high-impact HDPE body with food-grade UV-inhibited colorant.
100% made in the USA.
Fully backed by a 3 year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of purchase.
The Garden Tower 2 earned third place in the Sustainable Living/Environmental Preservation Category in the 2014 International Design Awards held in Los Angeles. It was selected for its achievements in design, creativity, usability and innovation in a competition that examined over 1,000 entries from designers from 52 countries. This annual competition recognizes, honors and promotes legendary design visionaries and uncovers emerging talents in architecture, interior, product, graphic and fashion design.
The Garden Tower 2 helps you grow food in places that were challenging, or impossible, before — flat rooftops, concrete slabs, and ordinary decks.
Fertile soils, a way to compost kitchen scraps, efficient use of water, and nutrient-dense foods are among the benefits of using the Garden Tower.
Garden Tower 2, is a patented, space-saving planter and vermicomposter that enables gardeners to grow up to 50 plants (and maybe more) vertically and compactly inside a footprint of just 4 square feet.
The new design easily rotates 360 degrees for optimal lighting and convenient watering. This means healthier plants and more growth over the long run, with less fuss for you.
In combining gardening with vermicomposting, the Garden Tower returns nutrients to the closed system, making it self-fertilizing. Vegetables thrive as the potting blend grows richer naturally over time.
A nutrient collection drawer also allows the gardener to harvest compost “tea”, finished compost and worm castings, for easy recycling to the top of the Garden Tower to increase soil fertility.
The Garden Tower can also support a much wider variety of large vegetables that cannot easily be grown in most other container type gardens, including cabbages, broccoli, squash, zucchini, cucumber and melons.
Users report water savings of 90 percent compared to traditional garden plots because the exceedingly efficient design minimizes evaporation.