Gardening

2.5 Acre Underground Farm Could Grow Fresh Veggies Below London Streets

2.5 Acre Underground Farm Could Grow Fresh Veggies Below London Streets

Entrepreneurs Richard Ballard and Steven Dring are planning to transform the passageways under London’s Northern Line into the world’s largest subterranean farm. The project, named “Growing

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Harry Yoell’s Potato Starch Plant Pots Biodegrade at the End of Their Lifecycle

Harry Yoell’s Potato Starch Plant Pots Biodegrade at the End of Their Lifecycle

Designer Harry Yoell created this set of sustainable herb pots from his own potato starch-based bioplastic. The green material is very light and strong, and once the pots have served their purpose they

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Bioglow’s Starlight Avatar is the World’s First Light Producing Plant

Bioglow’s Starlight Avatar is the World’s First Light Producing Plant

Missouri-based Bioglow has been working on light-producing plants for a number of years and finally has one that they can sell. Starlight Avatar™ is an auto luminescent plant that generates light

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Savanna Studios’ Modular Pixel Planter Also Features a Fan to Draw In Polluted Air

Savanna Studios’ Modular Pixel Planter Also Features a Fan to Draw In Polluted Air

Can an art project improve indoor air quality, educate young people, and create healthier classrooms? That's what Des Moines startup Savanna Studios is working to prove through its new Pixel project. A

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DIY: How to Build an Insect Hotel from Found Materials

DIY: How to Build an Insect Hotel from Found Materials

Some of you might think it's crazy to start thinking about gardening when winter is just getting started, but the opposite couldn't be more true! When the wind is howling and snow is piling up outside

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Build Your Own Green Garden with Togetherfarm’s Recycled Plastic Building Blocks

Build Your Own Green Garden with Togetherfarm’s Recycled Plastic Building Blocks

These playful Togetherfarm blocks made entirely from recycled plastic allow users to build their own raised garden beds in under five minutes. Inspired by LEGO building blocks, the recycled plastic bricks

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Brilliant 3D Grass Printer Can Print a Garden in Any Shape You Can Imagine

Brilliant 3D Grass Printer Can Print a Garden in Any Shape You Can Imagine

Gardening just entered the 21st century - a team of students at the University of Maribor in Slovenia developed an innovative 3D printer that can create objects out of living grass! Maja Petek, Tina

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NASA Plans to Grow Plants on the Moon in 2015

NASA Plans to Grow Plants on the Moon in 2015

NASA just announced plans to grow plants on the moon in 2015 as the first step towards sustaining life on other planets. A group of scientists, contractors, students, and volunteers called the Lunar Plant

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SHJWORKS’ Pop-Up Greenhouses Add a Splash of Summer to Cold Climates

SHJWORKS’ Pop-Up Greenhouses Add a Splash of Summer to Cold Climates

A modern interpretation of the 19th century glass-and-iron greenhouses, the Invisible Garden House clusters customizable modular domes in varying shapes and sizes. For their triple pod pilot project,

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Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Why isn't computing more like gardening? The Cybernetic Meadow Collection is a series of handmade objects that seek to reorient our relationship to technology at home. People have accepted WIFI routers,

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Artist Bruce Munro Creates Brilliant Fiber Optic Fields of Light

Artist Bruce Munro Creates Brilliant Fiber Optic Fields of Light

Bruce Munro is a lighting designer with considerable experience in commercial, private and public installations. He is well known for adventurous sculptural light works and is well versed in all types of

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Ken Rinaldo’s Cascading Garden Uses Vermiponics for Growing Veggies Vertically

Ken Rinaldo’s Cascading Garden Uses Vermiponics for Growing Veggies Vertically

Ken Rinaldo, artist and professor at Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture, recently brought his innovative “Cascading Garden” research project to Russia. The living installation

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SHIFT’s La Morena Flower Planters Give Cold Hard Concrete a Delicate Look

SHIFT’s La Morena Flower Planters Give Cold Hard Concrete a Delicate Look

Concrete is generally thought of as a cold and hard industrial material, but SHIFT is on a mission to bring to light the inherent beauty of this often misunderstood material. "La Morena” is their first

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Edible Austrian Pavilion Scoops First Runner Up for the 2015 Milan Expo

Edible Austrian Pavilion Scoops First Runner Up for the 2015 Milan Expo

The edible Austrian Pavilion designed by Chris Precht from Prenda and Alex Daxböck won first runner-up in the international design competition for the Milan Expo 2015. Inspired by the 2015 expo theme

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Biotic Earth Infographic Shows How Soil Building Techniques Can Encourage Plants to Grow

Biotic Earth Infographic Shows How Soil Building Techniques Can Encourage Plants to Grow

Biotic Earth just launched a new infographic that shows a variety of ‘soil building’ techniques that can improve arable land and encourage plants to grow. The infographic explores how soil is

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BioCellar Turns Abandoned Cleveland House into a Center for Urban Farming

BioCellar Turns Abandoned Cleveland House into a Center for Urban Farming

Cleveland has just unveiled the world’s first BioCellar, a sustainable agriculture project that’s a smart mix of urban design, architecture, and biology. Built upon the masonry foundation of an

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Soaring Three-Story High GSky Green Wall Brings a Historic Building to Life

Soaring Three-Story High GSky Green Wall Brings a Historic Building to Life

GSky Plant Systems has installed a beautiful 1226 sq. ft. living wall in the atrium of a five-story historic building, 888 Brannan. Located below a massive skylight, the verdant GSky green wall is an

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The planTree Hydroponic Cultivator Helps Households Grow Organic Food Indoors

The planTree Hydroponic Cultivator Helps Households Grow Organic Food Indoors

Designed by Nur Yıldırım for the kitchens of  the future, planTree is a hydroponic based system that allows homes to grow organic food from seed. The system uses automatic water and nutrition

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Hyundai Unveils World’s First Aquaponics Farm Powered by a Fuel Cell Car

Hyundai Unveils World’s First Aquaponics Farm Powered by a Fuel Cell Car

Hyundai just teamed up with Something & Son to unveil the world's first urban aquaponic farm 'powered' by a hydrogen car! Located outside of the London Design Museum, Hyundai's Fuel Cell Farm seeks to

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HOW TO: Protect Your Plants Over the Winter

HOW TO: Protect Your Plants Over the Winter

Frozen leaf image via Shutterstock Here in the northern hemisphere, nights are growing chillier, and it's not unusual to wake up to a light frost clinging to car windshields and lingering garden

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Agriculture Could Go Coastal with Sealeaf Floating Farms

Agriculture Could Go Coastal with Sealeaf Floating Farms

As the global population rises, it's becoming increasingly difficult to feed everyone - particularly in dense urban environments. Innovation Design Engineering recently unveiled an elegant solution: the

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The Viriditas Greenhouse Offers a Sacred Place for Plants to be Worshipped

The Viriditas Greenhouse Offers a Sacred Place for Plants to be Worshipped

Indoor Eden, aka the Viriditas Greenhouse, is based on the book The Secret Life of Plants, which describes how plants respond to factors such as attention and music. When conditions are optimal, plants

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Naomi Bijlefeld’s Veggie Processing Machine Helps Whip Up Fresh Salads in Seconds

Naomi Bijlefeld’s Veggie Processing Machine Helps Whip Up Fresh Salads in Seconds

Growing your own fruit and vegetables is all the rage. Yet, not everyone knows what to do with a bumper crop. To help process nature’s bounty on-site, Naomi Bijlefeld designed a special hand-operated

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Gustafson Porter’s Central Park to Transform 60 Hectares of Former Rail Yards in Valencia

Gustafson Porter’s Central Park to Transform 60 Hectares of Former Rail Yards in Valencia

As Spain gradually emerges from recession, the many municipal projects that have been put on hold during the country's economic crisis are now champing at the bit to get underway once again. One such

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Ancient Date Palm Grown From 2,000-Year-Old Seed Blossoms for the Third Time

Ancient Date Palm Grown From 2,000-Year-Old Seed Blossoms for the Third Time

In 1973, researchers discovered date palm seeds dating all the way back to Biblical times at the site of Herod the Great’s fortified palace in Masada, Israel. Despite the fact that the seeds were

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Project Urban Forest Infographic Shows How Trees Effectively Combat Carbon Emissions

Project Urban Forest Infographic Shows How Trees Effectively Combat Carbon Emissions

Planting trees remains one of the cheapest, most effective means of drawing excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere - which is why it's the main objective of the Sustainable Glasgow Project. They

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Edible Plants That You Can Grow in Autumn and Winter

Edible Plants That You Can Grow in Autumn and Winter

Summer's glory might be fading here in the northern hemisphere, but gardeners don't have to tuck their green thumbs away just yet: there are many cold-hardy plants that can be sown in the autumn and

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Bizarre TomTato Grows Tomatoes and Potatoes on a Single Plant!

Bizarre TomTato Grows Tomatoes and Potatoes on a Single Plant!

A horticulture center in the UK has spent the better part of a decade developing something that the vast majority of us didn't realize the world was missing: a single plant which grows both tomatoes and

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DIY: Make Your Own Herb Planter With NativeCast’s Fun Kits!

DIY: Make Your Own Herb Planter With NativeCast’s Fun Kits!

NativeCast’s biodegradable boxes provide everything you need to create your own indoor garden. The boxes are shaped like hearts, squares, and round shapes, and inside you'll find a cement compound,

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Tshanfeto Farm Teaches Sustainable Farming Techniques to Ivory Coast Youth

Tshanfeto Farm Teaches Sustainable Farming Techniques to Ivory Coast Youth

Tshanfeto is a teaching farm in the Ivory Coast that trains around 40 young people each year in sustainable agriculture techniques. Enterprises like this are vital for local communities in the country,

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