LAGUNA BEACH, Calif., April 29, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — EnviroIngenuity today announced its offering of hydroponic vertical gardens for use at home. The beautiful stackable garden systems make it easy to grow delicious, nutritious, non-toxic food at home using limited space and reducing use of natural resources.

The EnviroIngenuity Vertical Gardens are customized with a large base pot to match decor. Each tower has up to eight stacking planters, which are available in three colors. One tower can accommodate up to 52 plants, with six plants per planter and four in the base pot. All plants are grown in coir (ground coconut husks) and watered with a hydroponic nutrient solution made from organically derived minerals. This system uses 90 percent less water, 50 percent less fertilizer, and 70 percent less land without using toxic pesticides. Even with these large resource savings, it grows plants three times faster.

EnviroIngenuity Vertical Gardens come fully equipped, ready to grow healthy greens, vegetables, herbs and fruits. The single-tower hydroponic Vertical Garden system can be placed anywhere there is sufficient light, including balconies, decks and patios, or installed as vertical gardens in an existing raised-bed garden. The Vertical Garden can be moved easily, and the pots can be removed and taken inside should weather conditions become severe. Maintenance and replanting is simple, just remove the pots, recycle the coir and replant with new seedlings.

EnviroIngenuity Vertical Garden Systems produce nutrient-rich food far superior to that found at any local supermarket.

“Imagine being able to pick fresh, healthy greens and vegetables for every meal without leaving home,” says EnviroIngenuity founder Erik Cutter. “Freshly picked food contains up to 10 times more nutrients because it hasn’t traveled 4-5 days to get to your dinner table. Access to nutritious, healing foods has never been easier.”

EnviroIngenuity Vertical Gardens are now available to home gardeners through Laguna Gardens Nursery at 21065 Raquel Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651, just off of Laguna Canyon Road on the ocean side of the Dog Park. They can be purchased ready to install and are fully customizable. Prices start at $140, unplanted. Complete planting services are available with a wide selection of seedlings for an additional fee. Local delivery, installation and automatic watering system design and install is also available.

About EnviroIngenuity:
EnviroIngenuity was founded in 2009 by Erik Cutter. The company is comprised of forward-thinking professionals whose goal is to serve the growing demand for more efficient, cost effective sustainable energy solutions, employing solar PV, hi-efficiency LED lighting, green building and hydroponic vertical food production technologies. EnviroIngenuity’s mission is reducing waste by “advancingreenergy,” thus better utilizing limited natural resources. As businesses invest in a lower carbon future, the EnviroIngenuity team is focused upon helping organizations move forward to deploy sustainable energy solutions using disruptive technologies. For more information, see .

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