JoAnne Krestul discussed how vertical gardening is the most sustainable way to grow your own produce in the convenience of your own home on this Horticulture Corner program at the Garden Club on February 2.
Krestul began growing vertically six years ago, and providing her family with good nutrition with the ease of aeroponic gardening has truly become her passion. Aeroponic garden systems grow a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers without the learning curve or time commitment of traditional gardening. This type of gardening system grows plants with 90 percent less water, 90 percent less space, and only uses water and nutrients rather than soil. Krestul shared how easy the vertical garden system is to assemble, how it works, and the many foods you can enjoy grown conveniently and sustainably on your own patio, deck, or inside your home.
Krestul was joined by several colleagues who shared their experiences with vertical gardening using Tower Garden by Juice Plus: Sari Cohen, Beth LeQuire, and Anna Washington. To kickoff the upcoming spring growing season, Krestul is offering a free gift with purchase through the month of February. Contact her here.
The program was offered in-person at the Garden Club and simultaneously on Zoom.
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