From progressive schools in New York City to farm-to-table restaurants in Hollywood, people everywhere are finding Tower Garden to be an effective tool for connecting communities, driving business, and growing greater quantities of fresh herbs, greens, and vegetables.
Research shows that when kids grow vegetables, kids eat vegetables. With Community Garden, schools can encourage healthy lifestyle habits among children (without the hassles soil gardening — such as digging, weeding, and messes).
And with our CCSS- and NGSS-aligned lesson plans, incorporating Tower Garden into your existing curriculum is easier than you might think.
Using NASA-grade growing technology, Tower Garden can produce as much as 30 percent greater yields up to three times faster compared to conventional methods.
That means that, under the right conditions, you can expect your Community Garden herbs and leafy greens to be harvest-ready in as little as five weeks after starting seeds.
And since you’re able to grow up to 336 plants at once in your Community Garden, you’ll have a steady supply of fresh, premium ingredients. Farm-to-table has never been so easy!
Gardening can be a great community-building tool for churches, neighborhood associations, food banks, community centers, and other nonprofit groups. But the traditional approach to gardening can be a little expensive. The costs of soil, compost, fertilizer, shovels, hoses, and other materials add up quickly!
Fortunately, you can pay for your Community Garden in monthly installments. That — plus Tower Garden’s low operational costs — makes it the smarter choice for budget-conscious organizations. And with no need to dig or weed, you’ll spend less time maintaining and more time enjoying the fruits of your labor (literally).
Eco-focused nonprofits can feel good about the decision to grow a Community Garden, too. Because Tower Garden requires only 10 percent of the space and two percent of the water traditional growing methods use. So it’s a sustainable solution as our land and water become scarce.