Have you decided to try out next-generation hydroponic gardening?
In a hydroponic garden, plants are grown by suspending their roots in a concentrated solution of water and nutrients rather than in a bed of soil.
This type of soil-less garden has seen an explosion in popularity over the past few years because it offers a number of advantages over traditional gardening, including lower water consumption, more efficient use of space, higher yields and the option of growing herbs and vegetables indoors year-round.
Once you’ve decided to try out hydroponic gardening, the first step is to set up your hydroponic system. This is a growing structure that supports your plants while circulating the nutrient solution past the roots.
It’s relatively straightforward to build a system with plans and separately purchased parts, but the simplest approach for a beginner is a ready-made hydroponic garden kit that can be assembled and planted in minutes.