New York City’s Most Successful and Longest-Running Hydroponic Rooftop Farm Now in its Fourth Year

Future Growing LLC

Tim Blank summer 2013 visit to the famous Bell, Book & Candle Future Growing founder Tim Blank’s summer 2013 visit to the famous Bell Book and Candle rooftop Tower Garden® farm. (Click photo to enlarge)

I am pleased to announce that New York City’s most successful and longest-running roof-to-table hydroponic rooftop farm is now in its fourth year of producing chemical-free, highly flavorful fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Chef John Mooney and partner Mick O’Sullivan feed an 80-seat restaurant with their vertical aeroponic Tower Garden® farm, which is located six stories high on the roof of a 100-year-old tenement building that was once home to only the local pigeons.

Learn more in the press release below about these innovative pioneers in the restaurant industry, and how they are changing the way local food is sourced and grown.

Tim Blank
Founder and CEO, Future Growing® LLC

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