You can grow herbs indoors this winter and add that just-picked taste to your meals, even when snow is drifting up against the kitchen window. However, modern homes leave us very little space to be used for planting and apartments leave us with none. With the help of modern technology and innovative thinking certain people have developed amazing techniques of growing produce indoors in a very convenient and aesthetic way. If You liked some, I’ve prepared the right path, where to get it.
Designer: Emily Wettstein
Price: email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
The designer crafted and inserted a removable planter that you can use or not, depending on your wish. When I saw it, the first idea was, how great it would be to grow wheat’s green shots.
Brand: Mini Garden
The Minigarden Vertical is a modular vertical growing system for ornamental, aromatic or vegetable plants.Its design is freestanding and self-draining and may be installed in indoor or outdoor living spaces.
Designer: Patrick Morris
The Minigarden Vertical is a modular vertical growing system for ornamental, aromatic or vegetable plants. Its design is freestanding and self-draining and may be installed in indoor or outdoor living spaces.
Designer: Jean-Jacques Hubert
The vegetation slides along the wall like a waterfall or climbs towards the ceiling, casting reflections on the sides of the boxes, recalling the shimmering effect of the water in a river bed.
Designer: Kristýna Pojerová
The herbs are planted inside the glass lamp along its wall in a kind of gutter around a central opening. This opening not only facilitates easy access to the herbs and the passage of light from an electric bulb hanging up in the lamp but it also ensures adequate ventilation enhancing natural microclimate. Smart Herb Garden
Brand: Click and Grow
The Smart Herb Garden’s unique LED technology provides the plants with enough light to grow, consuming minimal electricity, costing around 6 dollars for an entire year.
Price: 11,58 €
If the room is cooler, it is convenient to buy a mini greenhouse.
Brand: Nikhil & Alejandro
The self-cleaning aquaponics garden and aquarium is a closed loop eco-system that’s 100% self sustainable so you really don’t have to do anything (except feed the fish). Aquafarm grows herbs, fish waste feeds the plants while plants clean the water.
Designers: Mariann Hildal (Norway), Milda Liubinskaite (Lithuania)
An experiment in folding and bending, this flexible partition wall is also a herb garden and an unusual source of low-energy lighting for your living space. Look how it amazingly works → here.
Hey, You, never forget, that You can always use Your briliant imagination and creativity to made herbal garden by Yourself. Here’s nothing quite like the heady aroma of fresh herbs, and nothing more satisfying than growing your own.