My Garden Post vertical gardening is the perfect solution for your gardening needs. Whether you have a patio, balcony, or deck – reduce the clutter of your garden planters with a vertical garden system. Grow and entire garden of herbs, vegetables and flowers in just 4 square feet. We make vertical gardening easy for everyone, whether new gardeners, experienced gardeners and city-dwellers.
The My Garden Post vertical gardening system is composed of high-quality UV-resistant plastics which promises many years of gardening. Grow the freshest ingredients, grow your favorite flowers, grow beautiful plants all within steps of your home.
Merchant SKU: MGP
Occupies only 2' X 2' (4 sq. ft.)
Includes 5 uniquely designed planters and mounting brackets
3 small planters (10" W X 6" H)
2 large planters (15" W X 9" H)
Post and base stand 5'4" tall
Base is mounted on 5 sturdy casters for ease of mobility (1 locking)
Includes drain hole plugs for indoor use
No weeding, no bending and never a reason to get your knees dirty
Plants thrive year around
Optional drip irrigation system
Assembles in minutes, with no tools required
Posted by Paul Fallow on 5th Nov 2015
Thank you Garden post for allowing my parents an easy way to grow a small garden and beautify their patio at the same time.
My Dad has always grown the best hot cherry peppers in his garden, and my mom has always harvested them and pickled batches for the long New England winters. As they are now in their late eighties, and can't get around as well as they used to, this made their gardening successful this year. they will repeat the performance next year!! Thank you!!
Posted by Lisa on 30th Jun 2014
My daughter introduced me to My Garden Post, and I knew that it would be a great gift for my dad for both his birthday and Father's Day. I spoke to my brother and sister and we decided to all chip in and buy him one. He currently has a ton of planters on his deck and it gets too busy, plus with his arthritis (he's 82 years old)- he probably shouldn't be bending that much.
We got his post a few days before Father's Day and as soon as we gave it to him, it was assembled and he was planning his garden. He loves showing it off and is ready to get started for the summer. He could probably use a few more of these to clear up all the single planters, but maybe that'll be his next birthday gift.
Posted by Amy on 16th Apr 2014
I got mine just a week ago and have only good things to report with one small exception. I was truly amazed with the ease of assembly. Whoever developed My Garden Post really put some thought into it. All the parts slipped together with ease except for one end of the coupler which joins the post sections. I needed to perfectly align the parts and fuss a little to get the coupler to slide in the bottom section of the post.
That’s my only complaint and it wasn’t much of a problem. The quality is excellent. I look forward to getting it planted up and outside on my deck. It will be a few weeks before it’s warm enough for that. I do plan to start early and roll it inside on cold nights.
So far, all is good. I’m five stars happy.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Mar 2014
I purchased a My Garden Post for my mother on her birthday last fall. She is confined to a wheelchair and lives in an assisted living complex in Florida. She loves her plants and has access to a small balcony off her living room. The My Garden Post has given her great enjoyment over the winter.
I’m now shopping for another one for myself and found this opportunity to review the product. The My Garden Post has solved several problems for mother. Before we set up the My Garden Post vertical gardening system, her plants took up all the space on her balcony. Growing vertically allows her to be outside with her plants. Now she can easily reach all the planters to tend and water them while in her wheelchair. The casters allow her move her My Garden Post as she likes.
I bought the basic vertical gardening system that didn’t include the drip irrigation system. She doesn’t have a water source and couldn’t use it. She does have all the time in the world to water her plants and actually enjoys the chore. That’s not the case for me; I’ll get the irrigation system with mine.
Mother grows a little of everything in the planters. It may not be the use it was designed for, but she is really happy with it. I can’t remember buying her a present she has enjoyed more. When mother is happy, I’m happy.