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Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art

Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art

Courtesy of Nature is a contextual art installation by Anouk Vogel and Johan Selbing that frames existing plant life within a gallery-like space. Instead of creating a new object to be placed on existing

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Michael Jantzen’s Solar Eco-Aquaponic House is a Self-Sustaining Urban Farm

Michael Jantzen’s Solar Eco-Aquaponic House is a Self-Sustaining Urban Farm

Michael Jantzen’s Eco-Aquaponic House is a cylindrical steel structure that creates a self-sustaining environment for growing fish and plants - waste generated by the fish is used to fertilize the

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Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

The recent trend to reinvent these old railways is part of a broader re-urbanization trend that is taking place across the United States. As people return to cities, new parks are needed to promote

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BOOK REVIEW: Angela Youngman’s Light and Enjoyable Read Will Increase your Green Roof Smarts

BOOK REVIEW: Angela Youngman’s Light and Enjoyable Read Will Increase your Green Roof Smarts

Author Angela Youngman has released a guidebook that will immerse you in world of green roofs through case studies, imagery, and must-know terminology related to design, build, and installation of these

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Amazing Botanical Sculptures Bring Fairytale Landscapes to Life in Montréal

Amazing Botanical Sculptures Bring Fairytale Landscapes to Life in Montréal

Mosaiculture is a horticultural art form that involves creating and mounting living artworks made mostly from plants. The colorful foliage, usually annuals and sometimes perennials, are combined with two-

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Yield Deign’s Beautiful Birch Planter Boxes Give Your Plants a Pop of Color

Yield Deign’s Beautiful Birch Planter Boxes Give Your Plants a Pop of Color

The Yield Planter Box is handcrafted in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its clean architectural lines contrast with the raw birch ply to provide an elegant display for succulents, cacti, herbs and more. Each

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Nourishmat: Grow an Organic Garden Using This Handy Roll Out Planting Guide

Nourishmat: Grow an Organic Garden Using This Handy Roll Out Planting Guide

Have you heard of paint by numbers? What about garden by numbers? The Nourishmat takes the same concept and turns it into a simple way to plant an organic garden of herbs and veggies. Creators Phil Weiner

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Recycled Wood Plant Pickets Point out Fruits and Veggies in Your Edible Garden

Recycled Wood Plant Pickets Point out Fruits and Veggies in Your Edible Garden

Plant Pickets are recycled eight-inch wood stakes that can be stuck into the ground to help organize the complexity of edible gardens. Whether you're growing broccoli, tomatoes, peas, or kale, Plant

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INHABITAT GIVEAWAY: Win an Electric Composter from Naturemill (Worth $400!)

INHABITAT GIVEAWAY: Win an Electric Composter from Naturemill (Worth $400!)

Dreaming of planting a summer garden, but don't have the tools? Or maybe you've been meaning to start composting but just don't know how. Well get ready to flex your green thumbs because you could win

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15 Fantastic Green Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

15 Fantastic Green Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is approaching quickly, and if the special dad in your life is an eco-minded type, you might be a bit stumped on what to get him this year. Lucky for you we've rounded up more than a few

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Multifunctional Mobiel Bike Cart Helps Urban Farmers Carry Tools and Produce

Multifunctional Mobiel Bike Cart Helps Urban Farmers Carry Tools and Produce

Inspired by a thriving demographic in Vancouver, Mobiel is a multifunctional cart designed to support the day-to-day needs of commercial urban farmers - people who grow food on a medium to large scale on

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PRODUCT REVIEW: Inhabitat Tries Out Naturemill’s Ceramic Countertop Compost Pail

PRODUCT REVIEW: Inhabitat Tries Out Naturemill’s Ceramic Countertop Compost Pail

The first thing you will notice about the ceramic pail composter when taking it out of the box is that it's very simple to set up. After snapping the stainless steel handle onto the knobs on either side

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GrowUp’s Aquaponic Urban Farm Produces Sustainable Fish and Vegetables in a Recycled Shipping Container

GrowUp’s Aquaponic Urban Farm Produces Sustainable Fish and Vegetables in a Recycled Shipping Container

Last week London-based GrowUp unveiled their small urban farm, which produces sustainable vegetables and fish through vertical gardening and aquaponics. After successfully raising over £16,000 through a

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Infagram’s Photosynthesis Camera Tells You if Your Plants are Growing Well or Under Stress

Infagram’s Photosynthesis Camera Tells You if Your Plants are Growing Well or Under Stress

Want to know exactly which of your plants needs a little more love and attention? Open source group Public Lab has created the Infragram—an affordable "photosynthesis camera" that identifies what is

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Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Edible Garden & Outdoor Kitchen Connect Visitors with Food

Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Edible Garden & Outdoor Kitchen Connect Visitors with Food

What was once an asphalt parking lot to support the Atlanta Botanical Gardens is now a lush garden filled with vegetables, herbs, fruit trees. Completely edible, the garden was built to showcase the food

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LILAC: UK’s First Strawbale Co-Housing Project Opens in Leeds

LILAC: UK’s First Strawbale Co-Housing Project Opens in Leeds

The Low Impact Living Affordable Community (LILAC) recently opened its doors to a community of earth-friendly Leeds residents. Each of the 20 homes was built using straw bale construction and timber and

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Hurbz Unveils Stylish KiGA Modular Kitchen Garden Concept

Hurbz Unveils Stylish KiGA Modular Kitchen Garden Concept

One of the top urban gardening solutions to debut at ICFF this year is the modular KiGA by Hurbz Vegetable Spirit. Designed as a kitchen garden for urban homes, the four different modules can be

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Opiary’s Garden Table Brings Fresh Herbs Right to Your Plate

Opiary’s Garden Table Brings Fresh Herbs Right to Your Plate

All of Opiary’s planters are made from recyclable materials, leaving little impact on the environment. They can be used to plant virtually anything—trees, shrubbery, flowers or edible gardens. The

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MVRDV & Space Group Propose Plan for Green & Sustainable Growth in Norway

MVRDV & Space Group Propose Plan for Green & Sustainable Growth in Norway

Danish firm, MVRDV and the Norwegian firm of Space Group joined as a team to envision a future growth pattern for Stavenger, Norway on the southwest coast. The town, which is booming from growth in the

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How to Grow an Herb Garden Using Eggshell Planters

How to Grow an Herb Garden Using Eggshell Planters

Spring is the perfect time of year to plant a garden, and it's a great opportunity to get your kids involved in gardening at a young age. Over at our green parenting site Inhabitots, we've put together a

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11 Eco-tastic Gifts for Mother’s Day

11 Eco-tastic Gifts for Mother’s Day

11 Eco-tastic Gifts for Mother's Day SUCCULENT WALL PLANTER KIT If your mom has a green thumb, she will love this earthy wall planter kit. The kit comes complete with the frame, a wire mesh, and

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Bocci’s Gorgeous Recycled Glass ’38’ Lamps Double as Hanging Planters

Bocci’s Gorgeous Recycled Glass ’38’ Lamps Double as Hanging Planters

Omer Arbel's dazzling 38 Collection for Bocci features a series of suspended green lamps that double as planters. The surreal recycled glass spheres are blown with a multitude of cavities. Some spaces are

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3D-Printed Aqueduct Planters Have a Built-in Trickle-Down Irrigation System

3D-Printed Aqueduct Planters Have a Built-in Trickle-Down Irrigation System

Aqueduct is a new 3D printed mini planter system that can be set up in an amazing array of configurations. The modular system utilizes the connections between each planter as a method of transferring

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Lanefab’s Rainwater Recycling Highbury House is Topped With a Rooftop Garden

Lanefab’s Rainwater Recycling Highbury House is Topped With a Rooftop Garden

The 20th & Highbury laneway house is a new infill mini home in Vancouver that was built by Lanefab for a couple with an interest in urban gardening. The project features rooftop gardening beds

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Mississippi Man Transforms Tornado Debris Into a Sustainable Vegetable Garden

Mississippi Man Transforms Tornado Debris Into a Sustainable Vegetable Garden

Earlier this year, when a tornado ripped through Hattiesburg, Mississippi, it left a scene of destruction in its wake. But as the storm-ravaged residents set about clearing fallen trees and branches, Jody

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The POTHRA Flower Pot is Made From Recycled Coffee Grounds

The POTHRA Flower Pot is Made From Recycled Coffee Grounds

Matthew Waldman and his team at Nooka just unveiled a new line of POTHRA planters made from recycled coffee grounds! The team started experimenting with discarded coffee grinds left by consumers and

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Designers Experiment with Green Materials and Methods at Fabbrica del Vapore During Milan Design Week 2013

Designers Experiment with Green Materials and Methods at Fabbrica del Vapore During Milan Design Week 2013

Good vibes at the Fabbrica del Vapore, a creative hotspot, that seemed to be fully dedicated to green design this week. Tommaso Mancini presented the Ortobrick, a clay soil brick containing seeds

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Modern Sprout: A Decorative Hydroponic Planter for Your Windowsill

Modern Sprout: A Decorative Hydroponic Planter for Your Windowsill

Modern Sprout has created a windowsill planter box that’s simple, self-sustaining and naturally stylish. Its hidden hydroponics system automatically waters and feeds your plants for you, making it

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Carbon Pollution is Creating Giant Crabs in the Chesapeake Bay

Carbon Pollution is Creating Giant Crabs in the Chesapeake Bay

Photo via Shutterstock A surge of giant crabs might sound like something from a 1950s B-movie, but that is exactly what is happening in the Chesapeake Bay. According to a new study done by researchers

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Rooftop Ready Seeds Offers City Gardeners a Line of Locally-Grown Seeds Tailored for Urban Planting

Rooftop Ready Seeds Offers City Gardeners a Line of Locally-Grown Seeds Tailored for Urban Planting

Rooftop Ready Seeds now offers New York gardeners a line of locally-grown seed tailored to their unique urban climate and container planting conditions. All Rooftop Ready Seeds are open-pollinated and

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