Tips: Organic Garden Pest Control is a result of growing vegetables in the warm Delta California region for a number of years. I’ve found two simple things that are working for me to control aphids and caterpillars. Read more
People often ask me— with a Tower Garden® how often do you need to start new plants. The length of time a plant continues producing depends on the particular variety. My experience has been that Grand Rapids lettuce when grown in the winter months produces for four to five months. When warmer weather arrives the plant begin to bolt and needs to be replaced. Other varieties did not produce quite as long. Read more
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
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