Rise Gardens Double Relatives Garden overview: A wise indoor greenhouse

If you liked the Wonder-Gro Twelve Indoor Escalating Program we reviewed in early 2020, but want to expand larger sized quantities of herbs, clean leafy greens, and other veggies indoors and devoid of soil, you are going to gobble up what Rise Gardens has to offer.

The $749 Double Family members Back garden despatched for this overview can accommodate up to 24 plants in its two escalating trays, and you can stack a third tray ($200) on top and use higher-capability tray lids to grow up to 108 crops. The strong trays are fabricated from metal, but they have plastic inserts and plastic lids, both of those of which are quick to clean. The trays mount to a blonde wooden frame with a steel cupboard at its foundation. The whole process is interesting, and it seems even much better when your plants have sprouted.

If $749 is also much for your funds, a Single Spouse and children Garden with one tray sells for $549, and it can be expanded to a Double or Triple Loved ones Backyard garden. There is also a Personalized Family members Back garden able of rising 8 to 12 crops that sells for $279 (accessible from Amazon), but it can’t be expanded. All a few programs link to your Wi-Fi community, and from there to a cell app that tracks your plants’ needs—water and nutrients—and their lifespan, from planting to harvest. Far more on that in a little bit.

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Rise Family Garden Review 2021: Three-Tier Indoor Garden

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  • I tested multiple indoor gardens for our guide to the best and the Rise Family Garden was far and away my favorite.
  • I’ve used it for more than a year to grow lettuce, bok choy, spinach, kale, and taller plants like tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers.
  • By carefully planning your planting schedule, you can continuously harvest from this garden all year.

Back in early 2020, I purchased the Rise Family Garden. Maybe it was that I needed something to keep me occupied. But also, deep down, I worried about the future. I love and cherish my front yard garden (I’ve been a gardener for over a decade), but as the summers become unrelentingly hot and drought becomes more common, outdoor gardening can be unpredictable. 

Enter indoor hydroponic gardening. 

The Rise Family Garden comes with everything you need to start your water-based gardening adventure. The beginner-friendly hydroponic unit has become a staple kitchen accessory. Anytime anyone comes over, they always peek at what’s growing — and since I often grow more than me and my husband can eat, most guests don’t go home empty-handed. 

Design and specs

The triple-level Rise Family Garden measures 36 x 16 x 66 ¼ inches. You can also start your foray into indoor gardening with a single (available in a tall or short option) or two-level garden. All units are about the width of a standard bookcase. 

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