It’s great to see so many recent tower garden innovations in urban gardening. High quality, organic produce is in demand as people eschew processed food in favor of fresh, chemical-free veggies. This trend has inspired a lot of development from various start-up companies intent on making urban gardening more bountiful. One of the most brilliant products in gardening tech that has recently appeared is the Garden Tower 2. A composting tower garden that allows the growth of some 50 plants in 4 square feet of space.
The Garden Tower 2 has a central hollow shaft where table scraps or any compostable organic waste can be thrown. The unique design of this large tower garden provides nourishment for plants, in addition, the heat created by the composting vegetable matter can lengthen the growing season of the system.
The Garden Tower 2 also functions as a worm bin. A small amount of worms can added before composting to generate a rich worm casting fertilizer soup that stimulates fast vegetable growth.
The design of the Garden Tower 2 also practically eliminates weed growth, reduces the need for watering compared to other types of container gardens, requires no electricity, and is very simple to use, making the system great for senior gardeners.
Empowering folks to grow their own vegetables in an era where the push is on to make people more dependant on factory farming is essential for a more sustainable environment and a higher quality of life for average people.