Green Power Ring… No, Not the Superhero

Ok, you won’t be fighting supervillains with this green power ring, but you will have a cozy neighbor for that green thumb of yours.

Growing Ring – tiny landscape for the concrete jungle

Growing Rings are a mix of jewelry and plant, couture and organism. Designed for people in metropolitan areas, the Growing Ring is a chance to take a little bit of greenery with you.
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Stunning Green Tables Bring Life to Your Room

All “breath of fresh air” jokes aside, these are lovely.

 

Fill Your Home With Greenery With The Living Table in home furnishings  Category

Each Living Table is handmade in their San Francisco-area headquarters using 3/8 inch-thick tempered glass that can handle a 180 lb load per square foot and your choice of color, wood finish and even which plants you’d like added.…
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Beautiful Aquaponics Kickstarter Reaches Goal

I love the idea of aquaponics, where fish and plants grow in a symbiotic relationship.  The concept has been used on a larger scale to produce significant amounts of edible plants and fish, but this small-scale version is perfect for the home decoration or proof of concept. Video after the cut.

Self Cleaning Fish Tank Garden by Back To The Roots in technology news events home furnishings  Category

Grow fresh produce right in the comfort of your own home – beans, basil, thyme, baby greens, oregano, mint, parsley, spinach and so many other delicious foods! This closed-loop ecosystem uses the fish waste to naturally fertilize the plants above. In turn, the plants clean the water for your …
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Garden in a Sea Shell

Your garden doesn’t have to be under the sea but can sit nearly on the smallest desk or shelf. I adore these, and with plenty of plants requiring little soil and care, even the blackest thumb can green up their space.

It’s pretty simple from here: put a thumbful of potting soil into the shell, transplant your chosen succulent(s), and voila! an almost-instant itsy-bitsy wonder.…
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High Tech Greens Even the Blackest Thumb

While I’m no garden guru, I’m not as cursed as some folks I’ve seen. I have what is called a silicon thumb, so how could I not notice a device that brings as much technology as possible to bear on the otherwise natural practice of gardening? :-)

It’s a device and a website that will simplify hydroponic gardening. You tell it about your setup and what plants you’re growing, and it provides you with a personalized growing plan that tells you how to achieve the best possible results. Sensors in your garden send readings to your account on the Bitponics website. …
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