Wednesday, February 8, 2012


We've made many references in the past to how we feel about gardening in compact spaces using inventive and often simple ways of achieving this. Manuel Dreesmann has come up with one of the most ingenious ideas on how to grow your own herbs and greens by utilizing the often postage stamp size balconies most urban dwellers have. The Skyfarm concept is a cluster of moulded acrylic spheres attached to the ceiling of your balcony and height adjusted by a single balanced cord. This creates a floating garden that is both easy to manage and beautiful to look at. Find out more here.

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