EDEN GROW TOWER SERIES
Achieve Year-Round Food Independence
Cutting Edge NASA Technology
Grow More Than Just Leafy Greens
Grow more than just lettuce
Get more vitamins and nutrients - naturally
Increase your immunity and health
Avoid food culture shock
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FOOD
The benefits of owning an Eden Grow System cannot be overstated.
Both short and long-term impact of owning one make the decision much easier.
Hyperlocal growing - in your home - means no spoiled lettuce, no $4 organic peppers, and fewer trips to the grocery store.
Reduce your impact on the planet by conserving this precious resource.
Grow truly organic food, with total control of all inputs.
Create year-round indoor availability, regardless of the weather or season.
Go vertical and get tons of growth in a tiny footprint.
Stop buying organic produce that has already lost vital nutrients during transportation. Pick and eat right out of your Grow Deck.
The Eden Grow Tower is an automated aeroponics system that can be used to grow leafy greens, herbs, tomatoes, strawberries, root vegetables and tubers like carrots and potatoes, and more.
No diet is complete without protein. The ET Series is the only system on the market that allows you to add fish or shrimp to your Grow Tower to provide a valuable protein source to your diet.
The Eden Grow Tower allows you to grow fresh produce right in your own home, picked at peak ripeness for maximum flavor and nutrition, all year long.
The automated operation saves you time and ensures consistent results. No more sweating in the sun or fighting bugs and weeds. We take the work out of growing at home.
Grapes, Strawberries, Blackberries, Raspberries and More
Plug it in &
Watch it Grow
Harvest ALL These At Peak Ripeness For Maximum Flavour And Health Benefits
Aeroponics uses significantly less water than conventional farming and 30% less nutrient solution than hydroponics
F aster, Bigger Produce
Plants grow faster and larger due to the high nutrient uptake and oxygen-rich root zone
NASA Proven Technology
Astronauts on the International Space Station have been eating fresh vegetables grown with aeroponics for years.