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Inventor growing plants year-round with no soil in the Yukon

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Inventor growing plants year-round with no soil in the Yukon - APTN National News

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How to Start a Backyard Farm -

How to Start a Backyard Farm: There are so many options for small space homesteading! This covers space saving gardening, small livestock, foraging, and more.

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Alternative Gardning: Island bed garden design

Alternative Gardning: Island bed garden design

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Alternative Gardning: Island bed garden design

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Herb Gardens 30 great Herb Garden Ideas - The Cottage Market

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Herb Gardens 30 great Herb Garden Ideas - The Cottage Market

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These boots are made for growing.

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Home made baskets from sticks and then lettuce growing in the middle

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Paradise on Earth

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Everything you Need to Know About Vegetable Gardening in One Graphic

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Everything you Need to Know About Vegetable Gardening in One Graphic - Complete Health and Happiness

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from Dukes and Duchesses

10 Ways to Repurpose Old Umbrellas

Take it outside and turn your old umbrella into a greenhouse or a protective covering for your plants ...

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10 Ways to Repurpose Old Umbrellas - Dukes & Duchesses

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from TreeHugger

Green Roofs Are Changing Architecture: Kowloon Rail Terminus

*5M SF of Sleek: World’s Largest Subterranean Rail Station - http://weburbanist.com/2013/01/24/5-million-square-feet-of-sleek-worlds-largest-subterranean-rail-station/

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Green Roofs Are Changing Architecture: Kowloon Rail Terminus

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How to garden in your apartment - Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many variations at once and quickly arriving at the optimal system. Call it distributed DIY. And the results? Delicious.

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A garden in my apartment

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