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LA Urban Farms Vertical Garden Growing System


Founded in 2013, LA Urban Farms offers a vertical garden system which can grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers, with no gardening experience necessary. These space-saving vertical gardens only require 30 inches of space and use aeroponic technology which grows plants in an air or mist environment without the use of any soil. The reservoir at the base holds nutrient-rich water, which is pumped to the top of the garden, showering the roots of all the plants along the way, without the use of any harmful chemicals. All the seeds used by LA Urban Farms are 100% organic and non-GMO.

The gardens are made from FDA food grade-approved plastic, and can help earn LEED points. The gardens also use 90% less water than conventional gardening, because the water is being recirculated in the system until the plants absorb it or it evaporates, and they use 90% less space because they are growing vertically. LA Urban Farms offers gardens in a variety of sizes, from smaller sizes perfect for growing fresh produce at home, to commercial gardens.

An LA Urban Farms Vertical Garden Growing System can be purchased for $525 (or $45.25/month) at LAUrbanFarms.com.

Photo Credit Dina Klempf for LA Urban Farms_

Photo Credit Dina Klempf for LA Urban Farms.

Photo Credit Dina Klempf for LA Urban Farms

Photo Credit Dina Klempf for LA Urban Farms.

All images courtesy of LA Urban Farms.

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