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The Paul Potato Tower allows me to grow up to 10 times the amount of potatoes in the same space. It is easy to set up and offers various ways to plant potatoes. The potato planter has a sophisticated water distribution system, built in vole protection, and space saving design. It has made container gardening much easier by simplifying my watering process, saving me space, and giving me the ability to transport the containers any time there is bad weather.
The Paul Potato Tower is made out of sturdy plastic. The containers easily stack inside one another for quick storage. The bottom of each of the containers is filled with little holes for drainage. The size and shape of the potato tower fits very easily on my patio. It takes up much less gardening space by being able to stack the containers one on top of the other. It is easy for me to unstack the tower if I notice that my plants are needing a bit more sunlight. I like that I am able to control more about the growing process by having a portable way to grow them. Being able to transport the tower also makes it so that I can start plants from seeds and keep them indoors until I am ready to stack them outside.
With the Paul Potato Tower I have been able to save space in my garden and grow much more than I was able to before. The potato plants grow like crazy with this method, making it possible to harvest potatoes after 20 weeks. The ability to move the tower makes it so that my plants will not be damaged by frost and I can move them inside if I need to. It has also made my potato growing free from pests, as it is vole protected.
The Paul Potato Tower makes it possible to grow potatoes on a garden, balcony, or terrace. It is available in both plastic and galvanized steel. I can grow a variety of plants in them and even plant different plants in each container. The containers stack very well on one another and create a very stable area for planting. You can find out more information about the Paul Potato Tower on Kickstarter and Indiegogo at the links below.
Crowdfunding Campaign: Kickstarter
Launch Date: February 6, 2018
Ship Date: November 13, 2018
Website: GUSTA GARDEN