Girona, Spain’s Temps de Flors Festival Blends Horticulture and Art

September 4, 2016


temps-de-flors-eiffel-bridge-side-hanging-plants-urbangardensweb Gustav Eiffel’s Pont de le Peixateries Velles over Onyar river. Photo: Robin Plaskoff Horton.

The history of Girona, Spain is as colorful as are the ochre and coral-toned buildings lining the banks of the Onyar river that flows through it. 


An Eco-Friendly Solution For Small Space Gardening: The City Garden

August 17, 2016



Looking for an easy way to grow a garden on a balcony, deck or in any sunny spot you’ve got? Scroll down to enter our contest for a chance to win a The City Garden–an eco-friendly kit that has Read More...

Grow For the Glow: Desktop Hydroponic Garden Doubles as Lamp

July 31, 2016

Desktop Hydroponic Garden

All you need to be an urban farmer is a countertop or desktop. Even those living in the smallest of living spaces, city apartments with no patios, terraces, or balconies, can grow fresh micro-greens while at the same time illuminating Read More...

A Bird’s Nest For People Doubles as Hydroponic Garden

July 27, 2016

Bird's Nest For People

Milan-based DesignLibero describes their design practice as an interaction between form and function. If their multifunctional Nido (Italian for nest) is any example of this, then I’d say their work is more a combination of form, function and fun.

Bird's Nest For People



Country’s First K-8 Urban Farm School Sprouting in San Francisco

June 15, 2016


With an ecology and farming curriculum intended to “cultivate in the students and the staff a consistent and ongoing relationship with the outdoors,” San Francisco’s Golden Bridges School, a K-8 urban farm school, unveiled plans for its new campus, an … Read More...

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