Vertical Container Gardening System

We bring the benefits of vertical container gardening to everyone, with complete kits that are simple to use. These EzGro vertical garden kits let you grow like a pro, almost anywhere, with less time, space and money.

Produce Fresh Home Grown Veggies

We bringing the benefits of hydroponic container gardening to everyone, with complete kits that are simple to use. These garden kits let you grow like a pro, and almost anywhere, with less time, space and money.

The EzGro Rooftop Garden

Perfect for gardeners looking to grow food on a space where the ground cannot be penetrated. It just sits on top of any solid surface and can be used in a variety of locations such as rooftops, parking lots, patios- virtually anywhere.

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The Most Experience!

Established in 2000, we have been in business for over 15 years and are pioneers in High Density Vertical hydroponic growing.  Our home and commercial systems are utilized all over the world to grow healthy produce.  EzGro Garden is a trusted name and is ranked # 1 for quality and performance.

We are the original.

EzGro Garden is Made in USA

What is an EzGro Garden?

EzGro Garden produces vertical gardening kits that are simple to use and provide serious results. Our kits are unique because they include virtually everything you need. This eliminates guesswork and extra expense. They are much more efficient than traditional soil gardens.

EzGro gardens really work.

EzGro Garden is Eco Friendly

We Are Eco Friendly

Though “sustainability” is the new buzzword, it speaks volumes concerning our responsibility to being good stewards of our natural resources and the environment. EzGro Garden’s commitment to sustainability is an on-going process as we seek to incorporate environmentally friendly practices into our business and its products.
EzGro Garden uses recycled materials!

We use recycled materials!

We extrude our structural material using reclaimed #2 HDPE (High Density Polyethylene). In simple terms, we make our Quad Pots from sources like discarded milk jugs & water bottles. Every product we make contains post-industrial and/or post-consumer recycled material.
I bought this system 2 years ago after seeing very comparable systems at Disney as they grow most of their vegetables right on site in Hydroponics. This was by far the best investment I have ever made in my gardening experiences. It was easy to assemble and use. I have had terrific results and can truly say the yields far out pace my traditional garden. I no longer grow lettuce, carrots and spinach in my garden due to my success with this system. I have also had great success with peppers. There really is very little to do other than set this system up, plant the seeds and water it. I have had very little trouble with pests and diseases – they just don’t manifest themselves in this system. If you want an easy to use, efficient growing system that produces quality produce, this one is it! Craig B.

Baltimore, MD

After finding your EzGro systems, I am surrendering my attempts at adaptation and going with EzGro. No more frustrating attempts to figure out the right nutrient content. While somewhat skeptical at first of the EzGro system, after one week the seeds have germinated and poked through. We are well on our way to home grown veggies! As I continue to expand our gardening potential I will be purchasing additional quad pots and supplies. I like the pole system,  Thank you for your wonderfully brilliant system. You have what is likely yet another loyal customer…Best to you. S.S.

Tucson, AZ

I am still extolling your virtues on the garden forums. I hope I am sending you lots of business. I have tried four different types of stacked container systems and yours is by far the best designed and the least expensive. The ¾ inch electrical conduit mounting system is really great and much better to use for home gardeners who may not be mechanically inclined. Here is wishing you continued success. Jaywhacker

Kerrville, TX

I’ve been using your system for the past year. It is great! I’m expanding to include different veges and have had great success with bok choi that is used in all types of stir fry dishes and many Asian food recipes. I’m including some pictures I just took yesterday. I’ve also had great success with herbs such as Thai basil, Cinnamon basil, lettuce, and kale; in addition to my standard tomatoes and peppers. Barb

Lutz, FL

I have my EzGro unit implementation up and running and planted with tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and leeks. I am very happy with the quad pots.  So far so good. I used some other units last year and am much happier with your quad pots. They are bigger and sturdier. G.H.

Bend, OR

EzGro Patio Garden

EzGro Patio Garden

Do you want fresh, homegrown produce but don’t have the space, time, or energy to keep up a garden? The Solution is here, And it’s easier than you ever dreamed it could be!The EzGro Patio Garden is a sustainable, eco-friendly soil-less Vertical Garden system that sets up fast … Read More
EzGro Backyard Garden

EzGro Backyard Garden

The EzGro Backyard Vertical Garden system is the ideal choice for anyone who wants to grow the equivalent (or more) produce that a medium to large size soil garden would yield. Regardless of the backyard garden size you choose, you will be … Read More
EzGro Commercial Garden

EzGro Commercial Garden

If the EzGro Backyard Vertical Garden system is not large enough to produce what you need for your enterprise, then an EzGro Commercial Garden is for you. These systems start at 100 towers and range to as many towers as you require. Using a commercial vertical … Read More
EzGro Rooftop Gardern

EzGro Rooftop Garden

The EzGro Rooftop Garden system is perfect for gardeners looking to grow food on a space where the ground cannot be penetrated. It just sits on top of any solid surface and can be used in a variety of locations such as rooftops, parking lots, patios- virtually anywhere. Read More
 ABC News Reports on EzGro garden outside Amalie Arena

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Dr. Joe Masabni, vegetable specialist, evaluates the EzGro Garden system.

High Density Vertical Container Gardening System

The EzGro Vertical Garden is a simple and effective form of an HDVG gardening system. The EzGro Garden outdoor or indoor stacking planter system is much more efficient than traditional soil-based gardening; it consumes less water, nutrients, and space and takes considerably less time in maintenance. You will avoid weeding and virtually eliminate pests and more importantly your plants will grow healthier and faster and provide a greater yield than with a common soil garden. The EzGro Garden is very easy to use, maintain and assemble. With our large 5 pot system you can grow up to 20 plants in a mere 15 square inches. Using our easy to follow instructions you will have your EzGro Vertical Garden assembled in about an hour. Our vertical growing system is soil-less; each kit comes with our special organic EzGro medium and our specialized EzGro nutrient solutions for feeding your garden. You will achieve amazing results with any flower, herb or veggie plant you choose. On a regular basis water mixed with the EzGro nutrients, will be poured, or pumped into the diffuser cup of the EzGro tower. The nutrients trickle down through the pots, efficiently watering each pot and the excess is gathered for re-use in the bottom planter. Virtually no waste of water or nutrients and watering is done in one quick step! Our Vertical Gardens are built-to-last, with the Quad Pots made of unbreakable, UV protected, stain resistant, nestable plastic, to last a lifetime.

An EzGro System in Forbes Magazine

The Tampa Bay Lightning’s Building Of An On-Site EzGro Garden Drives Down Foodservice Costs And Gives Fans Organic Options

What grows in an EzGro Garden?

Brussell Sprouts Peas All Herbs
Spinach Head Lettuce All Flowers
Bell Peppers Beans Okra
Squash Cabbage Melons
Leaf Lettuce Baby Carrots Broccoli
Green Onions Radishes Cauliflower
Chili peppers Swiss Chard Cucumbers
Strawberries Oriental Greens Tomatoes

Without expectation Everything grows in the EzGro System.

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“The Future of Food Production”

The technology of plant and produce production will change drastically in the future. In order to make a profit on your farmland, or in your greenhouse, you will have to become more efficient. Water and energy is becoming more expensive and harder to obtain. High density growing has become standard in the agricultural and horticultural industry. Even though production has increased in the fields and in greenhouses there are still five hundred small farms and greenhouses going out of business every month. Steps need to be taken now to improve the efficiency of your farm or greenhouse to avoid becoming one of these statistics. Never before has there been a growing system that matches the cost and production possible with an EzGro high density vertical growing system. No other hydroponic or organic system can be installed as easily as the EzGro vertical towers of a high density vertical garden. High density vertical hydroponic growing is the only practical outdoor or indoor hydroponic system and unlike many hydroponic systems it is easy to install anywhere. Production is not only earlier in the fall, but also earlier and later in the spring and summer, even in northern climates. This unique system is a fraction of the cost of many of the current hydroponic systems. The EzGro high density vertical growing system will grow anything you want to grow. The EzGro high density vertical growing system give a new dimension to high-density production for crops. These high density vertical growing systems are exceptionally good for “U-Pick” operations and hobby farmers, the system now used is a new concept of tomato “trees”, vegetable and even herb “trees”. Basically the plants hang down rather than growing up and therefore no tying or daily pruning is required. Using this growing technique the fruit never touches the ground or floor. The labor is significantly reduced. Vertical growing is the way many crops will be grown in the future. Why not learn about it now?

Some of Our Recent Articles

Seeds of Knowledge, Chicago, IL

Namrita Narula, a teenager in Chicago, IL, is committed to solving problems that most people her age, or any age for that matter, don’t even think about.  Her mission is to combat food insecurity in the North Shore section of...
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Miami Science Barge

The Miami Science Barge is a floating laboratory and environmental education center. Situated on Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami, it is a platform to encourage Miami to become a more ecologically conscious city. The Barge is entirely self sufficient, and...
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Modern-Day Chinampas

Ancient Aztecs probably never thought they were creating a technology that could be used thousands of years later; they were just looking for a way to grow food with the resources that were available to them.  Chinampas are rafts of...
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Vermiculite

Vermiculite is similar to perlite, in that it is a mineral that is mined and heated to very high temperatures so that it expands.  It is used for its water-holding capacity, but it can become waterlogged. History: The term vermiculite...
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What is Agroponics

In this article, we will expand on the different categories of hydroponics.  If you haven’t read our Foundation of Hydroponics article, consider going back and checking it out.  Just to recap, the first category that is used to classify hydroponic...
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Organic versus Inorganic: What’s the Difference?

Did you know there are several different definitions of the term organic?  The most common definition, that people usually think of when they hear the word, is the definition associated with more natural methods of growing produce, or organic farming. ...
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Growing Organic versus Hydroponics

There is currently a popular debate about the value of “organic” growing and its methods, including organic fertilizer and pest control methods that don’t cause harm to the planet.  It is important to note that hydroponic growers are also looking...
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Soil versus Hydroponics

Growing in Soil Growing Hydroponically Soil microorganisms are necessary to break down soil particles into the basic elements of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and trace elements.. Balanced nutrient formula is dissolved directly into water so plants receive perfect nutrition at all...
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Hydroponic Nutrients

Fertilizer vs. Hydroponic Nutrients In order to begin a discussion on hydroponic nutrients, it’s important to first distinguish the difference between the terms fertilizer and hydroponic nutrient. Fertilizer is intended to feed the microorganisms in the soil, such as beneficial...
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Types of Water in a Hydroponic System

There are many types of water to choose from when sourcing water for your hydroponic system.  Some are better than others, and now is the time to determine the differences. The best situation is to have water with no added...
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The Foundation of Hydroponics

Category 1: Class of Hydroponics Agroponics Aeroponics Aquaponics Category 2: Nutrient Derivations Hydroponic Bioponic Aquaculture Category 3: Types of Hydroponic Systems: Open/Closed High Density Vertical (HDV) Vertical Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) Deep Water Culture (DWC) Ebb and Flow Drip There...
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Golden Garden Spider

Common Names: Black-and-yellow argiope; writing spider; golden garden spider Scientific Name: Argiope aurantia Size: Females: 0.75-1.125” (19-28 mm)Males: 0.25-0.375 “ (5-9 mm) Type of Beneficial: Insect predator.  Prey includes mosquitos, moths, flies, and other flying insects Geographic Distribution: North America...
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Butterfly

Common Name: Butterfly Order/ Suborder: Lepidoptera/ Rhopalocera Size: 0.5-12.0” (13-305 mm) Type of Metamorphosis: Complete Type of Beneficial: Pollinator Geographic Distribution: North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia Butterflies are beautiful, graceful creatures and there are over 20,000...
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Spiny Orb Weaver

Common names: Spiny orb weaver; spiny-backed orbweaver; crab-like orbweaver Scientific Name: Gasteracantha cancriformis Size: 0.06-0.38” (1.5-9.5 mm) Type of Beneficial: Insect predator; prey includes flying insects such as whiteflies, mosquitoes, and wasps Geographic Distribution: Southern United States, Central America, Cuba...
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Dragonfly

Common Names: Dragonfly, Mosquito hawk, Skimmer Genus/ Species: Many including Anax junius and Epitheca cynosure Size: 0.75 to 2.0 inches (19.1-50.8 mm) Type of Metamorphosis: Complete metamorphosis Type of Beneficial: Insect predator; prey includes mosquitoes, flies, gnats and other flying...
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Praying Mantis

Common Name: Praying mantis; Carolina mantis Genus/ Species: Stagmomantus carolina Size: 1.89 to 2.36 inches (48-60 mm) Type of Metamorphosis: Immature stages are similar in appearance to the adult stage (i.e., simple metamorphosis) Type of Beneficial: Insect predator; prey includes...
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Korner Trading Post Nursery

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Aztec chinampas of Central America

An example of hydroponic principles that were being used successfully is that of the Aztecs of Central America.  A nomadic tribe, they were driven onto the marshy shore of Lake Tenochtitlan,   located in the great central valley of what is...
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An overview of Hydroponics

Definition of Hydroponics Hydroponics is actually the science of growing plants without soil. Rather than soil, plants are grown in solutions containing each of the necessary minerals and elements. Methods utilized to get the nutrients to the roots, combined with...
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Urban Oasis Hydroponic Farm

Address 5416 West Linebaugh Avenue, Tampa, FL 33624 Phone (813) 293-3276 Hours 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Website http://urbanoasisfarm.com/ If you're curious about potential ways to ensure a constant supply of fresh hydroponic produce to your family's table, the folks...
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