February 12, 2015
February 2, 2015
January 28, 2015
One way to tolerate winter is to view it as a type of cocoon from which we emerge in the spring more beautiful and full of life. Another approach would be to hide under blankets in flannel pajamas until you … Read More…
January 17, 2015
Brown thumbs beware, you may be in for an identity crisis. Growing indoor gardens has never been easier.
With the advancements in the technology and design for hydroponic and aquaponic gardening systems, we can take our pick of edible … Read More…
January 15, 2015
Community gardens offer an opportunity to grow food collectively–great for those without their own land, and especially vital in areas where fresh produce may not be plentiful. But more importantly: community gardens improve the quality of people’s lives.
Beyond Sowing … Read More…
January 8, 2015
January 3, 2015
The Life of Plants is proof that you can’t tell a book by its cover. Flip it open to reveal the soil from which sprouts a living, breathing, narrative.
Designer Yasuko Furukawa’s planter/flower pot thrives incognito, at home among the … Read More…
December 30, 2014
With the snap of the finger and the blink of an eye, another year comes to an end. What were a few of your favorite things? These ten blog posts apparently.
Here’s a glimpse of what your Urban Gardens community … Read More…
December 23, 2014
December 20, 2014
Upcycling is not just an admirable play on words, it’s also a creative way to produce less waste while contributing to the increasingly important effort towards sustainability. But besides all that, it can just be a lot of fun. Once … Read More…