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Rancho La Puerta’s Mexican Coleslaw

Consistently named one of the top destination spas in the world by readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+Leisure magazine, Rancho La Puerta is a spa I follow because a friend is on the staff. They are closed now in June 2020, but here is a warm message from their website: Continue Reading

Rancho La Puerta’s Mexican Coleslaw

Consistently named one of the top destination spas in the world by readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+Leisure magazine, Rancho La Puerta is a spa I follow because a friend is on the staff.

They are closed now in June 2020, but here is a warm message from their website:Continue Reading

World Bee Day: Protecting our pollinators

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I’m sure you’ve been reading and hearing stories about how endangered bees and other pollinators are. Sadly, bees, bats and hummingbirds are increasingly under threat from human activities. In order to try to attract more bees, I have planted marigolds and nasturtium on my Tower Gardens and right next to them I have potted lavender […]

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9 Ways to Eat More Cauliflower

9 Ways to Eat More Cauliflower was written by Andrea Donsky. naturallysavvy.com In case you are a latecomer to the cauliflower trend (some may say it’s a craze), there has been much chatter among foodies and non-foodies alike about the many ways you can enjoy this (usually) white cruciferous vegetable. (It can come in a […]

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Pumpkins and Roasted Winter Vegetables Recipe

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This Pumpkins and Roasted Winter Vegetables Recipe will be a hit on a cool winter evening (or any other time!). Shirley Kellicott is a Half Moon Bay cook. She loves to come up with new twists to old favorites and is very generous in sharing her creations. If you can’t find pumpkins, feel free to […]

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Grow Veggies the Easier and Smarter Way …

Want an easier and smarter way to get clean, organic veggies growing inside your home? Here it is… Why should you use the aeroponic Tower Garden rather than another growing method? Why not just plant a few seeds in the dirt? Why even garden at all when you can buy produce from the grocery store […]

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Bok Choy, a Nutritional Powerhouse

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I’ve always liked bok choy and other cruciferous vegetables, but since acquiring a tower garden, which makes it so easy to grow, I’ve developed even more of a passion for this super healthy veggie.

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#1 Easiest Plant to Grow — Basil

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#1 Easiest Plant to Grow — Basil is the easiest summer herb to grow in soil or tower gardens. Here are 8 varieties of the EPIC Ocimum basilicum to add to your shopping list. It’s a nice video- good overview of some that I did not know about. Dark Opel Basil- great for garnishes and […]

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YES! You can grow watermelon in a Tower Garden®

Here is a lovely recipe for Watermelon Salad. It’s a lot of fun to grow some sugar baby watermelon in a tower garden. If it’s placed on a deck or balcony, the lovely vines will trail along the ground. Some folks like to place a trellis of some sort nearby for support for the vines. […]

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Persuasive Research: Soil vs. Tower Garden®

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The University of Mississippi compared product yield of crops grown in aeroponic growing systems and in soil. Researchers found the yields of plants grown with an aeroponic garden were more than 30% bigger on average. Here’s the breakdown by crop: Basil — 19% increase Chard – 8% increase Red kale – 65% increase Parsley – […]

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Tips on Growing Tomatoes: Containers and Tower Gardens ®

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I love growing cherry tomatoes because it is so easy to freeze the extra bounty to use all winter in soups and veggie sautés. But it’s fun to experiment with new varieties. If you’re evaluating your growing experience from this year, here are some things I’ve learned.

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