Hydroponic Gardening

Ready to grow hydroponics systems in many styles, including ebb and flow, drip, passive and aeroponics make growing your own garden easy.
Grow trays for hydroponics enable subirrigation watering or catchment for drip systems, while keeping your garden clean. We offer a wide variety of trays in a plethora of sizes and colors.
Nutrient reservoirs for hydroponics are used to store the plant nutrient solution. When used with a water pump, they make watering and feeding your plants easy.
Growing media, or root substrates, are typically manufactured using inert materials and are used to support the root system of a plant. We offer growth medium for virtually all styles of hydroponics.
Air pumps used in hydroponic gardening provide aeration and oxygen to the nutrient solution which helps prevent root rot and encourages healthy root growth. Find air pumps and accessories here.
Submersible and in-line water pumps used in hydroponic plant cultivation move nutrient solution from your nutrient reservoir to the root systems of your plants. We offer a wide variety of pumping capabilities.
Keeping hydroponic nutrient reservoirs on concrete floors can greatly reduce the nutrient temperature, so much so that your plants can easily go into shock and stop growing. Nutrient Tank Heaters are a great tool to warm your nutrient solution during the winter months.
A nutrient tank water chiller helps keep your nutrient solution cool in warmer climates, preventing early bolting while keeping the plant root zone from overheating.
Water sources can vary in their mineral contents, filtration and Reverse Osmosis assures a clean start to your nutrient solution.
Proper watering is an essential part of plant care. We offer irrigation options from watering cans to drip irrigation to hydroponics.
Hydroponic cycle timers automate the feeding and watering cycles in active hydroponic plant growing systems by controlling the pump.
Testing and adjusting your nutrient solution's pH and nutrient levels is key to promoting nutrient uptake, which in turn leads to a happy, productive garden.
Keeping your hydroponic nutrient solution in the proper pH range is imperative for nutrient uptake and overall success.