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Hanging Gardens Kept Alive Through IV Drips
Posted By Inhabitat On February 28, 2010 @ 11:00 am In Uncategorized | 1 Comment
Hanging gardens have become art in Houston’s Lawndale Art Center . Local artist/designer Ned Dodington transformed a stark white gallery interior into a verdant landscape with 30 hanging eco-pods of Fescue and Ryegrass. How are they watered you ask? Each pod is plugged into its own life supporting IV drip.
Via Inhabitat reader Doddz – thanks for the tip!
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