What can I grow in Aeroponics?

What can I grow in Aeroponics?

Find the perfect plants to grow, no matter where you are and when you're growing. 

What grows well in a GroHo Garden starts with the light, the climate conditions, the quality of the seeds and seedlings, and ongoing maintenance.

Of course, when wondering what grows well with a GroHo Garden, people want to know what type of crops perform best! However, regardless of what is being planted on an aeroponic tower, the success of harvests will depend on many factors aside from the crop variety.  

Leafy Greens & Lettuce

GroHo Garden produce superior results regarding crop yield and nutrient density when it comes to leafy greens (chard, kale, spinach, etc.), lettuces of all kind, and aromatic herbs.

This is why most Farmers mainly focus on such plants from a farming profitability perspective. In other terms, whether for personal use or for a commercial GroHo Garden, leafy greens, lettuces, and aromatic herbs should be on top of the list!

 Leafy Greens & Lettuce in aeroponic

Fruiting Vegetables

Fruiting vegetables (tomatoes, eggplants, bell peppers, chili peppers, squashes, and cucumbers ) grow exceptionally well on GroHo Garden as well. However, in most cases, the use of a grow cage or an outside structure is required to support the weight of the fruits. Although we recommend planting fruiting vegetables for personal use, we advise against such crops for GroHo Garden aiming at profits. The same applies to all bean varieties.

aeroponic tomato


Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous ( cabbages, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli…) grow extremely well on a GroHo Garden… most of the time they grow so well that plants become too big for the towers. In most cases, a serious planning for a support structure is required.

Aeroponic Cruciferous Vegetables

Melons & Watermelons

Melons and watermelons grow well and produce impressive vines. However, we only recommend growing melons as an experiment because they generally give inferior results regarding sweetness and crop yield in comparison to melons grown in the soil.

Aeroponic Melons & Watermelons


Strawberries take a long time to grow from seed to fruit but are well worth the wait! Although no one is yet growing strawberries commercially, we advise growing strawberries using GroHo Garden aeroponic systems for everyone! Strawberries will give bountiful harvests. Aside from looking impressive when growing vertically on a tower, strawberries grown aeroponically on the GroHo Garden are superiorly sweet and juicy!

aeroponic strawberry

Flowers (Edible & Decorative)

Flowers (edible and decorative) grow effortlessly and generously using GroHo Garden technology. In our GroHo Garden, we mainly focus on edible flowers but also on flowers that are insect/pest repellant. 

flowers in aeroponics

There are virtually hundreds of different crops to choose from when considering using an aeroponic system.

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