It’s not just a garden–it’s a work of art.
Growing your own food is one of life’s great pleasures–plus it’s good for you and for the environment. But in increasingly close-fisted, metropolitan dwellings, we don’t all have area for garden-varieties. And hydroponic plans, as plead as they are able, often appear to be a whole lot of hardware for only a bit of actual light-green. Some fresh arugula “d be nice” for dinner, but who wants giant plastic carton taking up half their kitchen to get a few leaves?
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