Create a Garden with No Soil, and Little Work
Learn how thousands of americans are using hydroponic techniques to grow their own food
If you’re like me, you’re already interested in learning how to start a garden. Or maybe you already have an outdoor garden going! But today I want to talk about hydroponic gardening… gardening without soil.
I started growing my own food as a way of guaranteeing the quality… I don’t have to rely on labels to know that my food is grown without GMOs and the use of harmful pesticides. I also know that no matter what happens at the super market… I’ll have a steady stream of fresh vegetables and fruit to support my family.
If you currently live off store-bought food, it is likely you are consuming GMOs/pesticides which can be detrimental to your health. More specifically, GMO/pesticide-contaminated food can cause immune problems, accelerated aging and allergies.
As I hinted at… I want to be prepared in the case of an emergency. Food shortages, while rare, are still a real possibility. In addition to food kits, I think my garden will give my family the edge it needs to help survive any unknown.
As anyone who’s plunged into the world of home gardens knows… it’s no easy task. Plants, surprisingly, don’t grow themselves. All you need is the right direction…
One of the biggest reasons hydroponics has become so popular is because recent studies on hydroponic farming have shown it to have many benefits.
Plants grown hydroponically are of exceedingly high quality, occupy less space, and consume fewer resources than traditional growing methods. Hydroponic techniques also makes it easy to grow large amounts of vegetables in small spaces or even indoors. This makes it easy to grow year-round food.
Ok… Hydroponic Gardens are useful (and cool!), but they look so complicated! How do I get started?
That’s where I come in.
My name is Susan Patterson and I’m the author of The Hydroponic Garden Secret, a top-selling book in America (and now its just being released internationally).
I’ve been growing food to support my entire family (and the families of my family) for well over 20 years!
I believe there are hard times now and ahead and having your own access to a healthy, controlled, food source is more important than ever.
As anyone that’s been to a grocery store knows… it’s hard to find non-GMO foods. So much food goes unlabeled… you don’t know what you’re going to get. And the non-GMO food labels just mean that seller can charge you 5 times what the food is worth. Like me, I don’t doubt you feel robbed every time you pay for organic foods.
And this is where growing your own food comes into play. By doing so, you have access to organic, non-GMO/pesticide foods without having to pay excess amounts of money. In fact, you have the added benefit of knowing exactly where your food came from and who grew it.
Once you start eating from your own garden, the health benefits are too noticeable to ignore. My skin instantly cleared up, and my brain fog is gone. It’s amazing how medicinal food can be, it’s something we often ignore.
All my girlfriends love to come over and see my garden. They think it is completely mind-blowing what I’ve done with common household objects like soda bottles, fish tank covers and PVC pipe.
Not only that but I can’t receive enough compliments about my salads being the freshest they’ve ever tasted in their life (even in winter!)
Becca, my closest friend, told me:
Susan, you just absolutely have to write a book about your gardening, it’s so unique and amazing! I would LOVE to read about how all of this is done, it blows my mind!
So I decided to do just that, I wrote The Hydroponic Garden Secret,
This book is all about hydroponic gardening and it covers:
- Step-by-step instructions on how you can start your very own hydroponic garden
- The easiest plants to get your hydroponic system up and "growing"
- My top tips for maintaining a healthy garden season after season
- The 7 most common types of hydroponic systems and how to build them
- My #1 tip to yielding successful results on your first hydroponic garden
- The best way & place to set up your system for optimal results
- How to turn a soda bottle into a self-sustained hydroponic system
- How to turn the top of a fish tank into an aquarium water culture system
- And soooooo much more…
And wow! The feedback on the book has been remarkable. Customers just love it!
My publisher (Alternative Daily) printed 2500 copies, and they sold out in a WEEK!
I couldn’t believe it, Becca was right. My publisher immediately printed 50,000 copies and I’ve been told I can give them away for FREE (for a limited time). To make up for the fact we’ve been sold out for months!
I’m so happy, I can’t hide it! Just watch below to hear all about the promotion.
Perhaps the hardest thing about gardening is knowing where to start. That’s why this book was written for complete beginners.
Follow along my step-by-step process that makes it a cinch. While reading it, you’ll never need to consult another book or search the internet in vain. All the information is right there, in one place. If growing your own food is something you’ve always desired to do… look no further than “The Hydroponic Garden Secret”.
With your own garden producing all the fresh produce you and your family needs… worrying about GMOs and pesticides will be a thing of the past. You’ll feel more energized, with less brain fog than ever before. And in the case of an emergency, you know you and your family will be able to survive on the food that you grow. Knowing where your food came from is a luxury we can all have.
And the best part?
You can get a complete hardcopy of “The Hydroponic Garden Secret” for FREE.
Just help cover the cost of us shipping it to you and we’ll send you the free book today. Now, we started giving away this book due to high stock, but we’re rapidly running low.
Just click the button below to check availability. If there is stock left, we’ll make sure to reserve it to you for a short period.
Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee there will be books left tomorrow — and we’ll have to take down this page once we're out. So act quickly today.
Plus, today I'll also add in my five smaller books for free!
Today you get FIVE bonuses… all based on feedback we received from the first few editions of "The Hydroponic Garden Secret".
1. DIY: 5-Gallon Bucket Hydroponic System
Don’t let the word hydroponic scare you. Although large-scale growers use this system to grow massive amounts of produce in a short period of time, the system is not limited to commercial agricultural use. You can make your very own hydroponic system at home and get started right away growing tasty produce all year long.
This system is best for long-term crops that produce a lot of fruit and need a lot of water like tomatoes, cucumbers, and melons.
2. The Complete Hydroponic Gardening Book
While the basic concept of hydroponics is growing plants in nutrient solution with or without the use of a soilless medium, many methods have been developed over the years to suit different purposes and availability of resources.
Inside, you'll find all the tips I've learned over the past 30 years of doing this myself!
3. My Guide to Indoor Gardening — 16 Best Plants To Grow In Your Home
You don’t have to be a gardening mastermind to grow your own edible plants — and you don’t even have to have space outside for a garden! In fact, there are lots of great edible plants that can be grown indoors, even in a tiny apartment space.
Just imagine, all you have to do is wake up in the morning and take a few steps to tend your crops. There are lots of fruits, vegetables, and herbs that can thrive in the smallest of urban spaces, no yard required.
4. Backyard Paleo — How To Raise Backyard Chickens!
In this book, we’ll teach you all the basics: how to find the right chicken breeds for your family, how to build a coop and how to care for your flock so you have eggs year-round. With the tips and tricks throughout each section, you’ll have a productive backyard coop in no time. Let’s get started!
5. 13 Backyard Container Gardens For Perfect Planting
Container gardening is so much fun! Not only do containers make gardening a possibility for everyone, even those with little space, but they also make great conversation pieces. This is especially true when you use recycled, free or cheap containers.
Inside I'm going to give you my list of some very cool container ideas that are environmentally friendly and lots to fun to make.