Garden Tower Project wants to make growing your own organic produce available no matter where you are or what your abilities.
We have carefully curated these 100% NON-GMO Botanical Interest seeds to be an excellent Juicing or Smoothie collection for use in your tower or growing in individual pots. We understand not everyone has room or land for an expansive garden. Growing these container varieties allows you to get optimum output in as little space as possible.
Depending on availability we may need to substitute some seeds, but they still will be great for the garden tower® vertical container gardening and composting system.
Happy and healthy gardening!
Each Juicing Seed Collection contains:
This one’s for arugula
lovers! Full of vitamins
and antioxidants, it’s a
great source of calcium
and iron. Top pizza, add
to sandwiches, or make
a peppery pesto.
Heirloom • 15–20 days
Sweet Thai Basil, Organic, Heirloom, Thai basil is a popular herb in Southeast Asian cuisine and is a flavorful garnish served with Vietnamese pho (a savory broth of noodles and meat). It holds its flavor and texture better after cooking than other basil varieties and adds a kick to salads when sliced and eaten fresh. Sweet Thai’s dark purple flowers and intoxicating scent make it a beautiful addition to the flower garden. A terrific container variety.
Beet Gourmet Blend, Organic, Heirloom ,Join the beet renaissance! Aside from the health benefits, which include significant amounts of fiber, potassium, folic acid, and vitamin C, beets come in a variety of colors, shapes, and textures. Gourmet Blend includes ‘Detroit Dark Red’ with deep red roots and delicious dark green tops, ‘Chioggia’ with interior rings of bright pink and white, and ‘Golden’ with bright yellow flesh.
Cosmic Purple Carrot, While colored carrots seem to be new to home gardens, they have been around for centuries. In fact, the purple carrot has been around for at least 1,000 years. After losing out to the more popular orange carrots long ago, purple carrots have been rediscovered. Kids will love them as a colorful snack. Besides being high in vitamin A, purple carrots contain anthocyanin (an antioxidant).
Did you know that grocery store baby carrots are actually cut from regular sized carrots? Once you try the sweet flavor and crisp bite of this 3″ long, true baby carrot, you will never look back! Though it tastes great fresh from the garden, ‘Little Finger’ was developed in France for pickling and canning whole.
Utah Celery,Organic, Heirloom, Imagine slicing that first, big, beautiful bunch of celery from the earth in your garden. You can harvest individual stalks when just 6″ tall or wait for the bunch to mature. Celery grows best in climates with long, mild-temperature seasons, but with a few helpful tips, it can be grown almost anywhere.
Spacemaster 80 Cucumber Seeds, Has your garden ever been overrun by cucumber plants? ‘Spacemaster 80′ is the solution! Its 2’–3’ vines make it the ideal choice for small growing areas including containers. It produces large numbers of flavorful, full-sized slicing cucumbers, perfect for snacking, salads, and sandwiches, and even for pickling when harvested small. Disease resistant.
Dwarf Blue Curled Kale, Organic, Heirloom, ‘Dwarf Blue Curled’, from the 1800s, is extremely hardy and will overwinter in all but the coldest climates. Like most greens, it grows best in cool weather but will also withstand some heat. Leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals and low in calories. The flavor of the leaves is sweetened after a light frost; delicious in winter soups!
Vigorous dark green to black leaves of this 18th century heirloom are traditionally used in soups and stews, or sautéed with olive oil and garlic and tossed with pasta. Delizioso! Sown in the spring, you can harvest the first shoots as tender young salad greens or achieve full-sized plants in two months. Try kale in a pesto! Also known as dinosaur kale, black Tuscan kale, black cabbage, and black palm.
Mizuna Mustard, Organic, Heirloom, A graceful plant in flower beds and containers, and also a tender, mildly spicy, Japanese mustard green that is milder than other mustards, and ready to harvest in as little as 3 weeks. Beautiful and prolific, and withstands heat longer than lettuce without bolting. Use fresh in salads, steam, or stir-fry. Seeds will germinate under cold and wet spring conditions.
Jewel Blend Nasturtium, Every salad should be graced with edible nasturtium flowers! The leaves are also edible. Dreary winter? In a south window, grow these cheery flowers inside! This compact variety is an excellent edging plant that attracts pollinators, and is fairly drought tolerant.
Italian Red of Florence Bunching/Scallion Onion, Heirloom, This old Italian heirloom is commonly used in Italy for pinzimonio, a colorful mixture of raw vegetables served with a separate bowl of olive oil, vinegar, and salt. Use this colorful, torpedo-type, young red onion in almost any dish requiring onions. Hard to find in grocery stores, so grow it at home!
Lavewa Spinach, Rich, green color on productive plants, ‘Lavewa’ is an open-pollinated variety that competes with hybrids for flavor, heat tolerance, and mildew resistance. Spinach is high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and low in calories.
The bright colors of ‘Celebration’ are cause for, well, a celebration! Red, magenta, orange, pink, yellow, and white stems support glossy, dark green leaves—a beautiful ornamental for the flower garden or large containers! New selection with deeper colors and less white in the mix, but with flavors as bright as ever. Open-pollinated variety with uniform leaves and stems, a great specialty chard for the home gardener. Harvest all summer or grow for baby greens!
Glacier Bush Tomato, ‘Glacier’ will be one of your first ripe tomatoes of summer, and one of your last tomatoes in the fall! This 30″ tall plant sets fruit earlier and in cooler temperatures than other varieties, and continues to produce throughout the season. 2″ flavorful slicers are the perfect size for sandwiches. Enjoy the sweetness of summer longer than ever!
Here is a sample planting plan for your tower: