Gallery: Leopoldo City Garden Lets Urban Gardeners Grow Vegetables Prac...

 
These practical designs can help transform a rooftop or terrace to create an edible herb or salad garden, a great way to make the most of any small outdoor space.

We love seeing cool urban gardening systems that allow space-starved city dwellers to grow their own vegetables, and the Leopoldo City Garden is another great design for green-thumbed readers. The Barcelona-based studio has created a set of practical gardening containers that are perfect for planting on a balcony. The trays can transform a rooftop or terrace by adding an edible herb or salad garden, and they’re a fantastic way to make the most of any small outdoor space.

Made from 100% recyclable material, the Leopoldo was created to “give you the pleasure of eating produce you grow yourself, in an attempt to make life a bit more fun.” In 2001 it was even given the well-deserved ADI-FAD design award. We hope to see the Leopoldo City Garden spread urban gardens to rooftops everywhere.

+ Leopoldo City Garden

Images courtesy of Leopoldobcn

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  1. high desert 779 December 14, 2011 at 10:01 pm

    This looks wonderful! I have alot of land but I fight freezing cold,burning heat, high wind and rodents. I want to find a way to grow my own food!

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