Are all types of plants suitable for hydroponic gardening?

Most plants grow well in hydroponic applications, although some are more difficult than others. Some plants such as varieties that product bulbs are better suited for soilless mediums than they are for say deep water culture. However, almost every plant that grows from seed will excel in a hydroponic garden.

Hydroponics is a way to grow most anything and it does mean most anything. Vegetables are among the most common but don’t forget flowering plants, common house plants, herbs and there are a handful of people who have grown a number of different fruits. Yes, that’s correct fruits. Remember fruits love water and Hydroponics is all about water. Can you imagine growing strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries year round?  Oh yes, let’s not forget the most common Hydroponic grown fruit of all time the tomato (yep, the tomato is actually a fruit).

For those chefs, professional or home grown, fresh basil, thyme, sage and most any herb to be picked just when you need it for that special dish you’re creating.

Flowers are a welcome addition to any setting and with hydroponics they can be a regular addition to your household.    

Hydroponics is a great way to have your favorite treats and flowers without regard to season.