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What is a Vertical Hydroponic Tower?
A vertical hydroponic tower is a growing tower that allows you to grow plants, vegetables and herbs in a small space, with maximum yield.
Typically these kits are made up of multiple planters with a built in water reservoir and – in some cases – a lighting system.
The 5 Best Hydroponic Systems for Vertical Gardening
Any good hydroponics solution for vertical gardening is going to increase your yield when it comes to food production.
And whilst the Aeroponics Growing Kit isn’t a living wall, you can certainly grow herbs, berries, lightweight vegetables and salad in your own kitchen.
If you’re looking for a smart way to grow food at home, this is it. Aeroponics also feature in the best indoor hydroponic systems too.
EXO Towers Hydroponic Tower – also featuring in the best indoor vertical planters -is a modular, hydroponic system that can grow up to 4 plants per module and the system as a whole can grow up to 20 plants.
It’s a fantastic starter tower with a modular, vertical design that requires minimal space and can be scaled to suit your needs.
Comes complete with:
- 20 sites vertical garden hydroponic system
- Filter Basket
- Hydroponic Bucket
- 20 x Net Pots
- pH Test Strips & Drops
- Reservoir & Lid
- Supply Pipe
- Water Pump
- 6 Month supply of formulated plant food and nutrients.
This self-watering hydroponic system is perfect for indoor growing thanks to the lack of soil, low maintenance and high yield. And there’s a 100% money back guarantee. So even if you’re not satisfied with the product you can return it. If you’re looking for outdoor hydroponic systems, we have you covered.
Supragarden’s hydroponic solution is a space age looking vertical garden that is superb for growing food indoors and purifying the air.
The 75l water tank and 25W water pump mean that you can rest safe in the knowledge that your frequent holidaying isn’t going to spoil your plants growth.
And the fact it comes with a start-to-grow pack that includes:
- 24 new pots
- New wool
- Hydroponic fertilisers
Satiate our desires for lazy vertical gardening and all-in-one kits.
Bio Green City’s ‘Jungle’ Hydroponic System is perfect for urban vertical gardening. And arguably the best value product on the list for a beginner vertical gardener.
You only need 1/4 square metres of floor space to begin. So you can even start vertical farming on a tiny balcony. Perfect for London dwellers like ourself.
The self-watering system comes complete with a 17l tank. With enough soil to grow substantial crop. And we love the aesthetic. The climbing frame is perfect for vining plants like tomatoes and looks great propped up against the wall.
Bowry’s Hydroponic Tower is a brilliant, space-saving vertical farming system you can setup and start using with ease. The kind of soil-free cultivation we love.
Standing at 1.7m high and only 40cm wide, the 48 cells for planting means you’ll be able to maximise your yield for any kind of herb or vertical vegetable. Probably best to choose lighter weight varieties here though.
BMDHA Plant Vertical Hydroponics Indoor Growing System is the best indoor hydroponic system for vertical farming.
At only 42cm wide it take up minimal floor space and the 170cm height isn’t at all intrusive. In fact it’s my height! This aeroponic system increases air and oxygen access to the roots, encouraging greater growth than even traditional hydroponic systems.
And the 4 grow lights provide 360 degree light exposure, creating all-round optimal growth conditions. The timer lets you control the conditions perfectly too.
Vertical hydroponic systems work by using conventional hydroponic techniques in a tower-like, gravity fed system.
The water – enhanced with fertiliser – is fed from the top of the system and collected at the bottom, refuelling plants without any soil requirements.