4 Tower Garden Tips To Try This Spring

With Tower Garden, every season is growing season. Regardless, we still get excited every time spring comes around, and the official ‘growing season’ begins. There’s something special about watching flowers bloom, bright green leaves returning to the trees, and nature coming back to life.

Whether you grow inside with Tower Garden HOME or outside with Tower Garden FLEX, we find that spring provides an excellent excuse to shake things up with your garden. If you’re looking to try something new this spring, try out some of these fun ideas!

1.   Plant a New Crop

One of the best parts about owning a Tower Garden is deciding what to plant. Numerous growing ports allow owners the ability to experiment with different crops. While it’s easy to stick to what you know, don’t be afraid to branch out (pun intended) and grow something new this spring.

Planting a new crop is a great way to put your growing skills to the test. You may even discover a new favorite food in the process. If you need inspiration, we created a list of the most unique plants to grow with Tower Garden.

2.   Experiment with Baby Greens

Baby greens are some of our favorite things to plant with Tower Garden. Not only do you get to harvest them earlier than your average crop, but they also taste great while packing many nutrients. If you haven't tried growing baby greens in your Tower Garden, now is the perfect opportunity.

Baby greens are extremely versatile and are a great addition to soups, salads, sandwiches, and more. Perfect for a nice spring picnic! Here are some of the most popular baby greens you can grow with Tower Garden:

  • Arugula 
  • Cilantro
  • Kale
  • Parsely
  • Spinach

3.   Grow a Flower Garden

Get into the spring spirit by turning your Tower Garden into a flower garden. Not only can flowers add amazing colors to your garden, but some species are edible and can serve as delicious garnishes to your favorite salad. The best part? You don’t have to be an experienced gardener to enjoy a beautiful flower garden.

With Tower Garden, growing flowers is fun and easy. Here are just a few types of flowers you can start growing in your Tower Garden this spring:

  • Marigold
  • Sunflower (dwarf varieties only)
  • Eucalyptus
  • Forget-me-not
  • Hibiscus

4.   Get Inspired by Tower Farms

If you’re looking for some growing inspiration this spring, look no further than Tower Farms. A Tower Farm is simply a collection of individual Tower Gardens and can be found in schools, restaurants, and even airports. These farms help set the standard for growing, showcasing the many growing possibilities offered by Tower Garden.

There are hundreds of Tower Farms around the globe that you can visit in-person or follow on Instagram for inspiration. Click here to see where there may be a Tower Farm near you.

 

For more growing inspiration, don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and keep up with our blog, where we share helpful tips and tricks for Tower Garden owners. Use #TowerGarden for a chance to be featured on our page. Happy growing!

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