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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

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Beets
Starting and Growing Beets

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsJoin the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing [...]

Tomato and basil seedlings
How to Thin Your Tomato Seeds

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch as Kristi shows us how she thins her tomato seeds at home: Thinning your [...]

Starting and Growing Cucumbers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGet ready salads, homegrown cukes are on the way! Homegrown cucumbers have thin, tender skin [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
Start Growing Your Seeds Indoors Now!

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWatch the video below for important tips on getting started with tomato seeds. Garden Tower [...]

Hoppin' Tower
8 Hot Tower Tips

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHey, folks, I’m a long-time Garden Tower 2™ Organic Container Ecosystem user. While I haven’t [...]

Basil
Starting and Growing Basil

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsThere’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of [...]

Starting and Growing Tomatoes

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsWith so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are [...]

Peppers in Tower
Starting and Growing Peppers

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsPeppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy [...]

This plant is catching a bit of frost.
What Is My Last Frost Date

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsHow Frost Dates Are Determined The chart below shows the average dates for the last [...]

These seedlings are ready for transplant.
5 Steps to Harden Off Seedlings

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsStarting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort.  After you [...]

Seedlings are fun to grow!
Starting Seeds Indoors

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsGardening from seed has several benefits. There are more varieties available to you, you know [...]

Vegetable Planting Schedule, Hardiness Zone Look-up, & Germination Temperature Chart

GARDEN TOWER PROJECT > Blog PostsVegetable Planting Schedule & Hardiness Zone Look-up: If there’s one thing that every gardener learns, [...]