With a vertical tower garden, you don’t have to worry about watering enough or too much. With a tower garden, another worry is eliminated —keeping up with the weeds. This brings a lot of freedom and enjoyment creating easy gardening.
Now that the drought is official, it’s time to seriously consider water-saving techniques for our gardens. Here are a few tips for saving water in traditional dirt gardens. Read more
Gwen’s tower garden photo gallery 2013 showing various stages of growth.
First peas of 2013.
First red tomato of 2013.
Gwen’s tower garden 2012 — photos through the season with varying plant maturity.
With the drought continuing in California, here are 5 tips to help you grow veggies in droughts and minimize water use. Read more
We had a very productive 2013 season with our tower gardens. Read more
Gardening involves endless cycles — in Gwen O’Neill’s vertical garden, too much rain, not enough rain — too much sun, not enough sun — one crop finishing up, planning ahead to be ready with new plants. Read more
Spring is in the air and the green and purple beans are almost ready for the tower! As the days are getting longer, people are dreaming of sweet, vine-ripened tomatoes and fresh cucumbers. Picking a few stalks of parsley without losing the rest of the bunch as it lays unused in the refrigerator, is a benefit of growing veggies with a vertical garden. Read more
Here are some Growing Tips for Winter Produce with Your Tower Garden — Winter gardening in California is easy with a Tower Garden and an aquarium heater. As soon as the night temperature begins to dip, usually in November, I get out my submersible heater and plug it in. Read more
One of my new distributors was so excited that I thought I would share with you. She said, “I had to move it because it’s a heavy one and it was already drooping…but I was shocked to see how long the roots are!”
The 50 Mile Bouquet by Debra Prinzingis an informative book about new directions in the business of flowers— floral growers, sellers and designers. Great photos by David Perry.
Gwen O’Neill has been a gardener for over 40 years and has always been a passionate cook. Her own health challenges led her to experiencing a variety of healing modalities. After finding that her health improved with eating more whole food and improving her nutrition, she committed to sharing this experience with others.
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