The Tower Garden Revolution! #revolt

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Tower Garden, a vertical, aeroponic growing system, allows you to grow up to 20 vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers in less than three square feet—indoors or out. So it’s the perfect companion in your journey toward healthy living.

Grow 30% More, 3x Faster, with 98% Less Water

An advanced form of hydroponics, aeroponics is the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment rather than soil. Aeroponic systems use water, liquid nutrients and a soilless growing medium to quickly and efficiently grow more colorful, tastier, better smelling and incredibly nutritious produce.

Using aeroponics—the same technology NASA uses—Tower Garden grows plants with only water and nutrients rather than dirt. Research has found aeroponic systems grow plants three times faster and produce 30% greater yields on average. That means you’ll be enjoying abundant, nutritious harvests just weeks after planting.

Get Nutrient-Loaded Produce
(without Loads of Work)

Pests, disease, weeds—traditional gardening can be complicated and time-consuming. But because Tower Garden automatically delivers water and nutrients when they’re most needed, you’re able to grow strong, healthy plants with minimal effort. And healthy plants can better protect themselves from pests and diseases naturally, without pesticides. Plus, you don’t have to deal with weeds (or getting dirty) because there’s no soil.

Live Well with 90% Less Water and Space

Want a garden but don’t have the space? Dealing with drought? Because of its vertical, compact design and closed-loop system technology, Tower Garden requires as little as 10% of the land and water traditional growing methods use. So it’s perfect for sunny small spaces, such as balconies, patios, rooftops—even your kitchen provided you use grow lights. And it’s better for the environment, too.

Because there’s no dirt, there’s also no digging or weeding. Plus, you don’t have to worry about ground pests or contaminated soil. And did we mention Tower Garden’s vertical design uses 90% less space? That means you can grow food in some pretty interesting places.

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How Tower Garden Works

Tower Garden will arrive at your doorstep with seeds, nutrients, supplies—everything you need to get growing. After about 20–25 minutes of minimal setup, here’s how your Tower Garden will function.

1. Plants grow in a soilless medium called rockwool.

You’ll start seedlings using the kit we ship with every Tower Garden (unless you decide to buy seedlings). And when your seedlings are ready—usually about three weeks after germination—you’ll plant them in your Tower Garden.

Instead of soil, Tower Garden plants grow in a medium called rockwool, which provides plant roots with oxygen and consistent moisture, encouraging rapid, healthy growth.

2. The reservoir stores the plant nutrient solution.

Tower Garden Mineral Blend, our proprietary plant food, powers Tower Garden. Containing the pure earth minerals essential to healthy plant development, the Mineral Blend provides an all-natural “shortcut” for plants, which typically must source nutrients from decomposing organic matter in soil. The result is greater nutrient uptake and superior growth for a range of plants.

You’ll fill the 20-gallon reservoir at the base of your Tower Garden with a mixture of Mineral Blend and water.

3. The solution cascades down the Tower Garden, nourishing plants.

A low-wattage, submersible pump in the reservoir pushes the nutrient solution to the top of the Tower Garden through a small central pipe. The nutrient solution then drips down the inside of the Tower Garden, evenly cascading over the exposed plant roots.

A timer ensures this process repeats continuously—usually in 15-minute increments—to deliver the ideal amount of oxygen, water and nutrients to plants at the perfect time.

4. In a few weeks, plants are harvest‑ready!

Aside from a few minor maintenance tasks, such as checking water levels and cleaning the pump filter, Tower Garden will take care of itself. And in just a few short weeks, you’ll be enjoying abundant homegrown produce, harvested at its peak (so you can be at yours).

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Helpful Links:

This Is Why 2017 Is the Year for Local Food (and Farms)

Top 10 Tower Garden Plants to Grow

How to Get Growing Now (the Fast, Easy Way)

The Most Profitable Crops to Grow (and How to Grow Them)

When Is the Best Time to Start Your Garden?

8 Excellent Ways to Enjoy Your Garden’s Greens

Questions?

Contact Peter Deeley at 602717-7458 or info@awellrunlife.com

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A Unique Storytelling Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher: The Promise of a Blue Sky

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The Promise of a Blue Sky

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I hear the engine of a small airplane and the sky is very blue.

Who knows how memory works.

This is among my earliest recollections. Somehow, I remember it outside my body – looking at my 4 year old self in the front yard of the first house I ever lived in.

From that moment until today, I associate the sound of a small aircraft with beautiful days.

I never wanted to be lazy. Never wanted to be undeserving. The calculus of effort and achievement is mysterious. Perhaps it is  true that I lean to hard on effort and struggle to justify the grandness of my dreams.

I am not a Christian but there was a time when I quarreled with Jesus. On a cloudy day, a gnome-ish man handed me a flyer as rushed to my ride home.

“You are forgiven” was written over a picture of green Irish hills. I ignored my bus stop and walked home – wondering about the difference between earning something and having something gifted to you.

Change inhabited much of the last year. Change promises to stay close to me this year as well.

“How you do anything, is how you will do everything.” This notion haunts me and compels me to pursue integrity thoroughly. However, how – where – and to what – should I apply my energy?

There are questions of knowledge and there are questions of wisdom. These are wisdom questions.

Walking along a park in the Arizona desert, I hear  a small plane  again. Impressed with the staying power of the association: I smile.

I am not lost on my walk.

But neither am I precisely sure where I am going.

I am working hard out here in the desert. I know you are too.

May the gifts of the divine visit us both and bless our struggle to find places where we hear the promise of good things to come.

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