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With shipping containers, the possibilities are endless. Learn how you can use shipping containers for gardening, storage, and even shelter.

Container House - uses for shipping containers More Who Else Wants Simple Step-By-Step Plans To Design And Build A Container Home From Scratch?

Living Wall in the Edible Garden | Atlanta Botanical Garden

Eat the wall. This edible wall features herbs and salad greens. It’s featured in Vancouver landscape architect Senga Lindsay’s Edible Landscaping.

Alternative Gardning: Giant Tomato Tree

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The Giant Tomato Tree is a gardener’s dream come true! It is a virtual tomato factory with a new crop of farm fresh tomatoes each week.

Source: Life Like a Fairytale

a natural garden: hydrangea forest, Japan. Did they say HYDRANGEA FOREST? I just died and went to heaven.

Make a bean pole teepee

Veggie Teepee - Interesting trellis for pole beans, zucchini, cucumbers, peas, etc. Cute playhouse for kids

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United States and Global Aquaponics Market 2017 - Backyard Aquaponics, Aquaponics USA, PentairAES, Gothic Arch Greenhouses, Stuppy

Lean-to #greenhouse Plans | Free

Lean-to #greenhouse Plans | Free

ReGen Villages Designed by EFFEKT

Innovative Self-Sustaining Village Model Could Be the Future of Semi-Urban Living

Designed by EFFEKT. An innovative new housing model dubbed ReGen Villages (short for regenerative) has been developed in response to some of the world's most pressing.

Hugelkultur - Using pallet wood to create raised bed for no stoop harvesting.

Imagine screen on sides for vines to produce would shading plants below. no-dig raised beds to hold moisture, build fertility, maximise surface volume and are great spaces for growing fruit, vegetables and herbs.

SHJWORKS' Pop Up Greenhouses Add a Splash of Summer to Cold Climate Cities | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Gr...

SHJWORKS' Pop-Up Greenhouses Add a Splash of Summer to Cold Climates

Invisible Garden House by Simon Hjermind Jensen. A pilot project in a private garden north of Copenhagen. Danish design for urban gardening, public spaces and private gardens etc. spotted by Design Circus.