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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.

All of the italicized ingredients can be grown on a Tower Garden®.


Watermelon getting close to ready to pick.



2 cups of chopped watermelon (red or yellow)

4 green onions, thinly sliced

Juice of a lime or lemon with some zest

Half a Serrano chili peppers seeded and finely chopped (use a quarter of the chili for less heat)

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Serrano chili adds a little heat.

Chopped fresh mint (optional)

Chopped fresh cilantro (optional)

½ teaspoon of chat masala (Indian spice)

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Kale and cilantro.

Pinch of sugar (optional).


Toss all ingredients in a bowl and serve chilled.



How Tower Gardens® work

A pump in the reservoir pushes the nutrient solution to the top of the tower. The nutrient solution evenly cascades over the exposed plant roots.

Aside from checking water levels and cleaning the pump filter, Tower Garden® will take care of itself. And in just a few short weeks, you’ll be enjoying abundant homegrown produce, harvested at its peak (so you can be at yours).

Gwen O’Neill has been a gardener for over 40 years and has always been a passionate cook. Her own health challenges led her to experiencing a variety of healing modalities. After finding that her health improved with eating more whole food and improving her nutrition using a real, whole food based supplement called Juice Plus, she committed to sharing this experience with others. The Tower Garden by Juice Plus makes it easy to grow produce right outside your kitchen door.

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Juice Plus real food!





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