Hydroponics, Aeroponic Systems & Supplies
Green Habitat Hydroponics is in our fourth year supplying hydroponics and aeroponic systems. We are conveniently located between Lakewood and the Deep Ellum area close to downtown Dallas, Texas. We have recently expanded our “growing” business and moved locations into a four thousand square foot warehouse and store front.
Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will gladly help you with any questions regarding the setup or use of your hydroponic or aeroponic system and are always just a phone call away. We encourage our clients to contact us with questions and concerns and are always happy to give friendly advice and growing tips.
Green Habitat Hydroponics offers complete hydroponic and aeroponic systems and complete lines of parts and accessories. We carry a huge selection of quality fans, blowers, filters, nutrients & additives, growing mediums, climate control systems, CO2 systems, seed starters, pots and complete indoor greenhouse containment systems, garden accessories and much more.
We also carry a stunning amount of informative literature and videos on, plant care, climate control, and how to books. And if we don’t have something you need or want, we will order it especially for you.
Hydroponics & Aeroponic Systems
Hydroponics and the use of Hydroponic Systems are a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water without the use of soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel, mineral wool, or coconut husk.
Introduced in the early 18th century, hydroponics developed as an effective way to grow any plant or vegetables without the need for soil. With advances in the technology and understanding of hydroponics, many can now enjoy growing their favorite fruits, vegetables and flowers in the comfort of an indoor setting where they could not grow before. No longer do you need a large parcel of land and many tools to grow your own plants.
Aeroponics is a system wherein roots are kept in an environment that is saturated with a fine mist or aerosol of nutrient solution Aeroponic growing techniques have proved to be very commercially successful for propagation, seed germination, seed potato production, tomato production, leaf crops, and growth of micro-greens.
Recent advances in hydroponic and aeroponic systems have allowed for many enthusiasts to grow their favorite plants within the confines of a small house, condominium or an apartment. Thanks to an ever expanding market of hydroponics, costs for such systems have become very affordable and are easy to use for all skill levels.