Perfect for balconies, small gardens and indoor use, the Ebb&Grow® lets you grow plants in pots, but with the added advantages of hydroponics.

  • 100L reservoir capacity
  • Super sturdy construction
  • Power consumption just 6.5 Watts
  • Grow in any pots, with coco, clay pebbles or soil.

Produce more, more easily, without wires, tubes and complicated systems. Want to grow hydroponic herbs and vegetables at home, work or school, but put off by the complexity of the systems? The Ebb&Grow® means you can use any pot you like, almost any substrate (although we recommend Coco Fiber with Perlite), and move plants around at will. Herbs in the front and tomatoes and chillies in the back? No problem. All salads this month and cut flowers from pots next? No problem. All our hydroponics systems are flexible, but the Ebb&Grow® really is the most adaptable system we have ever made, and with no risk of leakage or overflow, easy disassembly and cleaning, it can be used anywhere that space is available.

The Terra Aquatica Ebb&Grow® is an “ebb and flood” design : a simple timer (not included) runs a pump intermittently to bring nutrient solution up to the growing table, where it flushes spent air from the roots of your plants, waters and feeds them, then pulls fresh air in as the water drains back down to the reservoir.

The system can hold up to thirty-two 15 cm plastic pots, twenty-two 1 gallon (3.75L) fabric pots, or as many larger pots as you can fit on its 88 cm square growing surface, and with a height of just 38 cm low ceilings are not a problem.

Made from the same ultra-durable, UV blocking, 100% recycled plastic, as with all Terra Aquatica manufactured systems, the moulded plastic parts of the Ebb&Grow® are guaranteed for life* – unique in the hydroponics industry.

* Lifetime Guarantee is for reasonable use only and applies to moulded plastic systems made in France by Terra Aquatica, and excluding ancillary components, motors etc.


Now Terra Aquatica

since the abandonment of our historical 3 letters, our range of fertilizers and growing systems remains unchanged!