A Bird’s Nest For People Doubles as Hydroponic Garden

July 27, 2016

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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.

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10 Geometric Vases and Planters With an Edge

April 1, 2016

10 Geometric Planters for the Modern Home

Geometric designs are trending and I love how these architectural vases and planters contrast beautifully with a plant or floral arrangement’s organic form. 

1. Icosahedron Concrete Planter

Icosahedron Concrete Planter

Get it at Anson Design for $10.00.

 

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20 Best Urban Gardens Stories of 2015

December 22, 2015

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Have we told you lately that we love you? Well we do. And here’s what you loved in 2015.

Your favorite stories of the year included plants growing up walls and on countertops. You loved hydroponic and aquaponic gardens and, Read More...

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...

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