Got an itchy green thumb for an organic garden but not the space to support it? Introducing the Vertocology Hanging Garden, a vertical structure created by Eugene-based Mark Scott Lavin that’s perfect for urban dwellers. Inspired by the designs of Buckminster Fuller, the Vertecology Hanging Garden was created with a stable geometric form that makes the structure strong, wind-resistant, and easy-to-build. While the space-saving garden system is already available for purchase, supporting the Kickstarter would help fund improvements in the design, such as making the Vertecology Hanging Garden flat-packable and into a self-contained ecosystem able to support soil, aquaponic, and hydroponic growing.
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