Tight on Space? Growing an Indoor Garden May Be Much Easier Than You Think
These days, with a growing interest in organic produce worldwide, the demand is greater than ever for high quality home grown produce. But raising a garden does not have to be difficult. Space-intensive growing systems are a great concept, but they're so expensive! Who can afford to buy strawberry towers or special planters? Easiest Garden offers a way to do this for pennies by yourself with recycled barrels.
Considering a typical barrel costs less than 10$ used and will last for decades, takes between 1-5 hours to modify depending on your skill with tools and how many you're making at once... this is one of the most cost-efficient, space-efficient, and practical ways of growing ever conceived!
One barrel can be virtually an entire garden in itself - plant the sides in strawberries, lettuce, potatoes, herbs, carrots, beets, and hundreds of other plants, and a tomato and pepper in the top!
Our 1-hour video and 16-page booklet shows you the process from start to finish - selecting the barrel, making the pockets, setting up a manual or automatic watering system, mixing the fertilizer, planting, harvesting, maintenance - everything you could possibly need!
They are very easy to build, requiring only a basic knowledge of tools, and they require only the floorspace of the container you use - for a 55 gallon drum it's about 10 square feet, for a 5-gallon bucket that's a little over 2 square feet, and a typical bucket holds a little under 20 pockets and another 6 plants on top!
EasiestGarden states on their website that they have never shown anyone these gardening systems in their greenhouse who wasn't blown away by them, so they're confident you'll like them too - they are simply stunning when loaded with produce!
EasiestGarden is committed to taking the work and the mystery out of gardening! And save you hundreds, even thousands of dollars in grocery bills! They believe that a garden should take care of itself - and all you should have to do is plant it and pick it!