You probably already know that you should eat a lot of fruits and vegetables every day—and the more variety, the greater the benefit. Luckily, you can grow both a high number and large variety of vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers with Tower Garden.
In fact, Tower Garden can grow more than 150 different wellness-promoting plants. (The only real exceptions are root crops—such as carrots and potatoes—grapevines, bushes and trees.)See the Complete Plant List »
If you're just getting started with Tower Garden, you may not be sure what to grow. We ship seeds for a selection of leafy greens with every Tower Garden FLEX and Tower Garden HOME. Here's a little more information about these plants and other Tower Gardener favorites
Recently listed among the world’s most nutrient-dense foods, chard is a versatile, tasty green you can grow indoors or out, regardless of the season.
If you’re looking for an easy way to grow eggplant, look no further. From the tiny Thai to the big barbarella, you can grow your favorite eggplant varieties with Tower Garden.
Kale is one of the celebrities in the food world. And it’s unbelievably easy to grow with Tower Garden. In fact, you might have trouble keeping up with harvests!
Among the most cost-effective crops you can grow, lettuce flourishes in Tower Garden. And it grows quickly, too—it’s often ready for harvest in as little as three weeks!
There are many different varieties of squash—and you can grow them all with Tower Garden. A popular crop among gardeners everywhere, squash can be quite prolific (and delicious).
Sweet and satisfying, strawberries of any kind are pretty much irresistible. Tower Garden strawberries are doubly so—which is probably why some people have dedicated entire Tower Gardens to growing only this flavorful fruit.
What’s a garden without a tomato plant or two? With Tower Garden, you can grow any type of tomato you like—from mini, dwarf varieties to gigantic, indeterminate heirlooms.
*Plants recommended to grow in Tower Garden HOME (babygreens, herbs, and large greens).