Windowfarm is an open source aquaponics project with the goal of developing hydroponic edible gardens for urban windows. Aimed at space maximization (vertical), low-impact and recycled, the window farm is a cool project you can do in a day with a water pump, some tubing, and old plastic water bottles.

Published in Set Up & Design
Friday, 04 May 2012 01:53

Rain Gutter Salad Bar

Rain Gutter LettuceLooking to grow food in a small space? Try eating out of your gutters! Functional, recycled, and a easy DIY for the weekend. Old rain gutters can be easily mounted on the side of a home, near a windowsill, or on a balcony wall.

Published in Set Up & Design
Thursday, 19 April 2012 16:33

Plant Furniture: The Live Screen

Live Screen Plant FurnitureThis piece of furniture is a planted space in itself, covering up the span of an entire wall. Unlike the vertical garden planters we featured in our how to guide, the Live Screen features a closed loop hydroponic system, found in many industrial and commercial spaces. What does this mean? No watering! Well, maybe infrequent watering and nutrient dosing. (Images by Danielle Trofe)

Published in Indoor
Friday, 13 April 2012 10:54

Make Your Own Vertical Garden

Vertical GardensVertical gardens have been all the craze of late.  Today, we show you a few methods and look at some readily available consumer products that allow you to create your own vertical garden, both indoor and outdoor.

Published in Set Up & Design
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