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Channel your inner green thumb with a hydrogarden that sprouts from a repurposed wine bottle. The set comes with clay pebbles, a wool wick, plant nutrients, a cork coaster, and either organic basil, organic chive, or heirloom mint seeds -- everything you need to grow your own herbs quickly and year-round. The bottle is not only attractive; it allows sunshine to penetrate through. Gifts Ideas, Herbs Planters, Growing Herbs, Bottle Planters, Recycled Wine Bottle, Herbs Gardens, Wine Bottles, Glasses Bottle, Crafts
Indoor Garden- From the comfort of your kitchen, grow a sustainable garden full of herbs and vegetables. The little fish at the bottom of your garden feeds your plants and your plants clean your fish's water. Nordstrom
Got Herbs? Try this out in a Hanging Pocket Shoe Rack -This is perfect if you just have a small outdoor space. Just poke a few holes on the bottom of each pouch and fill with good soil, then a small rooted herb plant. If you water from the top, it trickles down to the lower 'pocket', like a waterfall, so don't over water!
aeroponic lettuce and herb growing at Chicago airport. the fertilised water wets the roots inside this tower by spraying a fine mist on the roots. this is all automated and produces food much faster, bigger and tastier than other hydroponic systems. with LED lights, they can grow inside year round. NASA is designing this for space travel.
Hanging planters from wine bottles -- Someone figured it out. Use a glass cutter to remove the bottom of the bottle, sand smooth so you don’t cut yourself. Make a ball of chicken wire or screen that will fit in the bottle, fill with moss. Put a sturdy wire through the top and attach to the wire ball. Add plant and hang.