If your backyard is small or perhaps you live in an apartment or a condo and don’t have a lot of space for a garden. May I suggest a Tower Garden as it’s a great way to grow fresh fruits and vegetables all year long.

Tower Garden
Tower Garden

We all know how important it is to eat fresh fruits and vegetables as part of our daily diet. However, it can be costly when purchasing what is considered fresh produce from the local grocery stores and/or Whole Foods.

Last week I had an opportunity to meet with the owners of Kagan Water Store DE, Tim and Kami Visser.

I wanted to meet with them to learn more about the Tower Garden as I had attended a previous presentation by Qiana Alexander back in May.

Qiana Alexander

During the Juice Plus+ Tower Garden presentation Tim and Qiana not only talked about the importance of eating healthy produce without pesticides, they actually demonstrated putting together a Tower Garden in less than 30 minutes. It was easy breezy and we were all very impressed.

Light Accessories is Available

Many families don’t have the room to plant a garden in their backyard nor the space inside their home, however, with a Tower Garden it can be placed anywhere; the kitchen, dining room, even the basement or garage because there are accessories to make sure that the garden is getting plenty of light for the plants to grow.

The Tower Garden is also great for the kids! Imagine their delight in planting their own little seedlings and then watching them grow into full fruits and vegetables for them to eat and share with their friends!


If you’d like to learn more about purchasing your own Tower Garden please contact Tim and Kami Visser at the Kagan Water Store DE.

Keep your hands clean and dirt free this summer with a Tower Garden. Plant your own fresh fruits and vegetables to enjoy all year long.

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3 thoughts on “Tower Garden is a Great Way to Grow

    1. Thank you, I thought it was a perfect solution to purchasing fruits and veggies from the store, and not knowing what chemicals were being used to keep the pests away or how to keep them fresher longer on the shelf.

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