Urban Gardens 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

December 1, 2015

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It’s that time of year again and we’re excited to present our 2015 Holiday Gift Guide, a curated list of 15 fun, functional, and fashionable items for the home and garden! Have you been naughty or nice? We’re not judging. Read More...

Complete Kit For Growing Herbs Indoors That You Only Water Once

November 21, 2015

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Many city dwellers picture themselves cooking gorgeous gourmet meals seasoned with fresh herbs plucked just moments before from the windowsill. But the time between deciding to grow herbs and actually cooking with them can be less inspiring.

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Growing Vegetables Indoors Twenty-One at a Time

November 6, 2015

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The urban greenhouse-less are not doomed to a life of seasonal CSAs (although they are a good thing) or wilted produce from the mega grocery store down the road (a bad thing.) Innovations of the gardening kind are popping up … Read More...

Self-Watering Modular and Magnetic “Connect a Pot” Planters

August 19, 2015

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For those of us who have downsized to smaller digs where space is at a premium, there’s a new self-watering modular pot system for growing plants, herbs and flowers indoors in compact areas.

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Connect a Pot fits well into the … Read More...

Not All Work and No Play in These Eco-Friendly Garden Pods

August 18, 2015

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UK designer-inventor Chris Sneebsy says he designed his backyard office pod, Archipod, “around the idea that a garden building should become part of the garden landscape.”

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Until American architect Judy Bernier fell for … Read More...

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