So what is vertical gardening?

Everything you need to know about the growing technique that produces professional harvests.

What is vertical gardening?

Once limited to the rocket scientists over at NASA, vertical growing is a technique that stacks plants vertically, on top of each other, to maximise space. Due to advancements in lighting technology, urban farmers have adopted vertical farming techniques in order to grow more in climate-controlled environments, such as within houses and offices; therefore, growing produce all year round in any climate.

Benefits of growing with aTree

Space saver

aTree uses vertical space to grow plants in any environment, maximising plant production upwards.

Locally-grown

When growing locally, crops are picked at their peak of ripeness versus being harvested early in order to be shipped and distributed.

Bigger yields

Plants receive all necessary nutrients to be healthier with shorter growth cycles.

Water efficiency

aTree uses 95% less water than traditional field farming; the water is instead delivered efficiently, and then recycled.

Broken food system

30% of the world’s food is wasted due to transportation, ‘ugly’ crops, or simply uneaten.