No fertilizers are required



Lettuce is low in sodium, and rich in minerals, such as calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and potassium. It's packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate.



Zucchini contains zero fat, and is high in water and fiber. It also contains significant amounts of vitamins B6, riboflavin, folate, C, and K, and minerals, like potassium and manganese.



The Carrot is the perfect health food. It is crunchy, tasty, and highly nutritious. Carrots are a particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. 



Curled Parsley is a medicinal herb recognized as one of the functional food for its unique antioxidants, and disease preventing properties.



Nasturtium are packed with nutrition, containing high levels of vitamin C. It has the ability to improve the immune system, tackling sore throats, coughs, and colds, as well as bacterial and fungal infections.   



Watermelon contains thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B-6, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, choline, lycopene, betaine and more lycopene than any other fruit or vegetable. 


You can grow hundreds of  Carrots, Beets, Bok choy, Parsley, Mint, and Cucumber  plants in  Self-Growing Planters.  

Additional harvest video- Flat Parsley


Apple Mint


Mint soothes Upset Stomach, improves Digestion, and Reduces Stress

Collard Greens


 Collard greens are an excellent source of vitamin A, C, calcium, K, and a good source of iron, vitamin B-6, and magnesium.   



 Cucumbers are high in nutrients and low in calories. It contains many important vitamins and minerals.  



Zucchini contains zero fat, and is high in fiber. It contains significant amounts of vitamins B6, riboflavin, folate, C, and K, and minerals, like potassium and manganese.



Kale Is Among The Most Nutrient-Dense Foods on The Planet

Green Peppers


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Large Self-growing planters


Six Self-growing Planters

This set features a combination of small, medium, large, and extra-large self-growing planters. Our self-growing planters do a great job of providing texture and color to your living space. Pairing plants with the right planter will enhance their health and illuminate and accent your decor. This starter set provides you with more options so that you can choose the appropriate size container that is suitable for your plant’s needs, pleasing to the needs of the individual and the environment. 


Four 25-inch Self-growing Planters

Our 25-inch diameter planter is an absolute powerhouse! It will manage all of you large gardening needs.  You can grow bushes and loads of flowers. Good for small to medium size trees. We use them to store trees during the winter. The  25-inch planter allows you to create optimal conditions for massive root systems.  It's ideal for growing lettuce. We were able to grow twenty-five small melons using one 25-inch diameter planter.     Depth 18.5" Liquid Volume 21.37gal 


Four 20-inch Self-growing Planters

 Our 20-inch  diameter self-growing planter is extremely efficient.  You an grow small trees, bushes and loads of flowers. The  20-inch planter allows you to create optimal conditions for decomposition to take place.  Its great for growing herbs.  We were able to grow twenty-five cucumbers in one 20-inch planter.  Depth 15.5" - Liquid Volume 13.5gal   

Mid-size Self-Growing Planters

Four 16-inch Self-growing Planters

Your 16-inch  diameter self-growing  planter can grow your bulbs. Annuals and perennials do well in the 16-inch self-growing planter.  Your self-growing planter will produce more foliage per square foot than traditional planters.  Great in greenhouses. They use less water than greenhouse sprinklers.    16" Curved  Depth 12.2" - Liquid Volume 6gal  


Four 12-inch Self-growing Planters

Ideal for growing Marigold, Zinnia, Geranium, Vinca, Impatiens, Cornflower, Begonia, Petunia, Nasturtium, and Celosia. Great in greenhouses. These  12-inch diameter planters use less water than greenhouse sprinklers.  You can now grow thousands of flowers, succulents, fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, and grains without having to touch the ground. 

 Depth 9.25" - Liquid Volume 2.7 gal   


Four 9-inch Self-growing Planters

Our 9-inch diameter planter can be used to grow grafts and family plant heirlooms. A memory of a passing partner or fond relationship can be mended by plant therapy.  Plants that capture your eye can be placed in the 9-inch planter until you find a more suitable location.  The 9-inch planter makes a subtle and stylish statement when used indoors or outdoors.  Depth 6.75"" - Liquid Volume 7.2pt 

Small Self-Growing Planters


Four 6-inch Self-growing Planters

People fall in love with our 6-inch  diameter self-growing planter. Its Absolutely adorable! Our self-growing 6-inch planters make great conversation pieces.  Your role in the growing process is to add dirt, seeds or seedlings, turn on the planter, use your timer to select feeding schedules, and enjoy the growth for the rest of the season. You can now grow thousands of fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, and grains without having to touch the ground.   Depth 4.25 Inches, Liquid Volume 2 pint, Cu. Inches 57.75 


Torpedopot© - Self-Growing Planters

We live in a task driven world. We are all trying to fit seven days of work into one day. We buy the newest technological devices to help us manage our responsibilities. Technologies such as smart phones, self-driving cars, green houses and integrated computer networks have helped us accomplish our task. 

However, to live in such an advanced society, why when we think of gardening the first thing that comes to mind is a shovel, trowel and spade. Our approach to planting needs to change.

Your Self-Growing Planter is a game changer! The Torpedopot© is a self-watering planter that allows you to control the amount of water and nutrients to your plants. Each Torpedopot© has a flow control so that you can adjust the water and nutritional intake. You can determine your plant's feeding schedule based on the type of plants in your planter, amount of plants, seasonal changes, growth/life cycle, and fertilization requirements. You do not have to worry about over-watering or under-watering your plants because the Torpedopot© does the watering for you. Your plants receive fresh, clean non-standing water. They drink what you drink. 

Why Plants Die in Other Planters

The number one reason why house plants die is due to lack of watering. Most people have busy schedules and forget to water their house plants. In a rush, they indiscriminately pour water into the planter. If the potting soil gets excessively dry, water will pass through it. It is like drinking a cup of water with a hole in it. It is easy to assume that the water applied to the planter is taken up by the house plant. Water absorption into the plant's root system takes time. 

Torpedopot© is a serious game changer.  Your Self-Growing Planter saturates your house plant's root system. It helps to prevent wilting or the collapsing of the plant caused by the lack of water pressure. This one feature will make an unbelievable difference in the health and beauty of your indoor plants. The Torpedopot© also aids in the photosynthesis and respiration process. Without water, internal food supplies vital to other processes would diminish or disappear. As water moves through the system, vital minerals and nutrients are delivered to different areas of the plant.  Your Self-Growing Planter has been designed to help your plants, live longer and look luscious. Indoor  plants and outdoor vegetables would yield tremendous growth. 

Self-Growing Planters Provide Real Savings

The risk involved in the pursuit of gardening can sometimes lead to a total or significant loss of your initial investment. The cost of plants  will double or triple in the coming years. Having them die can be disastrous. The average amount spent on garden supplies per household last year was over four-hundred dollars.

  • Tools: Hand Trowel, Light Work Gloves, Watering Can, Pruner, Cultivator, Tiller, Border Spade, Soil Knife, Long-handled pruner, Round-headed shovel, Bow rake, Digging fork, wagon, tarp, seed trays, flowerpots, and protective clothing.
  • Resources: Hundreds of gallons of water, Fertilizer, pesticides (synthetic or natural), 
  • Pollution: ground water runoff, poisoning drinking water, ecological changes
  • Plants: plants or seeds
  • Structure: Space to grow, cages, coverings, fences

 Your Self-Growing Planter eliminates all of the above tools, saves you money on resources, minimizes pollution, removes the need for building a structure, and ensures that every seed or seedling has an equal chance of survival.