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Smart Herb Garden by Click & Grow

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Sensor-equipped hydroponic garden plot turns to Kickstarter for version 2.0

Last year saw the successful launch of Click & Grow, the hands-free, idiot-proof indoor planting device, and now it's back in a second iteration. And this time the Palo Alto-based founders turned to the crowd to develop it. Specifically designed to grow herbs at home, Click & Grow 2.0 is dubbed the Smart Herb Garden, and comes equipped with seeds for basil, thyme and lemon balm. Don't......read more

Grow Bottle

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Let your hydrogarden grow. $35.00

Here is a welcome product for people (like us) whose attempts to grow herbs indoors have been met with unequivocal failure. The Grow Bottle, from Potting Shed Creations' newest collection of smart and sustainable gardening products, makes year-round indoor herb farming clean and easy. Made from an upcycled wine bottle, the Grow Bottle is a hydroponic herb garden designed for simple reuse. When......read more

Patch Herb Planter

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Grow fresh organic food all year long with this affordable system for city dwellers $40.00

Thank you to Cool Hunting for alerting us to this sweet system for growing greens indoors. Created by Vancouver-based entrepreneur Kent Houston, Patch brings urban agriculture into living spaces with a self-watering system that makes growing easy. The flat-folding Tyvek planter relies on capillary action in an easy-to-install, perforated grid fed through a small reservoir (these pictures explain......read more

Herb Savor Pods by Prepara

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Keep herbs fresh and flavorful longer with these easy-to-use kitchen gadgets $25.00

When prepping a meal, there's no substitute for fresh herbs. But the problem with fresh herbs, of course, is that they rarely stay fresh for long. Enter Prepara's ingenious Herb Savor Pod, which prolongs the life of fresh herbs by up to three weeks. A refillable water well provides a home for herb stems while the clean, modern form showcases the natural beauty of the plants within. The pods are......read more

Garden in a Bag

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Home gardening made ridiculously easy. $8.00

Garden-in-a-Bag by Potting Shed Creations has an entire certified organic collection of herbs, flowers, fruits & veggies that can be grown indoors, right in the leak-proof bag. It couldn't get any easier - just mix in the enclosed packet of seed, add water, and voila, fresh organic flora....read more

Ecogro Herb Barn

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Grow culinary herbs indoors year round. $475.00

Many plants do extremely well under lights. Most culinary herbs, many vegetable plants, and a great variety of house plants thrive under fluorescence. The Ecogro herb barn is the perfect environment for many indoor and outdoor plants. Crafted from 100% reclaimed lumber (a mix of barn wood and pine), the plant home features an adjustable T12 cool fluorescent and an drop down panel for easy......read more

Herbs Take Center Stage

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Mild-flavored herbs deserve starring roles

Is there anything in the world of food more lonely and pathetic than a single spring of parsley sitting on top of a main dish? Before anyone on this side of the Atlantic had heard of tabbouleh or pesto, that was pretty much the extent of our understanding of parsley.  Today, herbs like parsley, cilantro, and basil have become important elements of our culinary culture. Just look at......read more

Windowsill Grow Box

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Grow culinary spices at home with this recycled steel windowsill garden $45.00

Here's a nice windowsill garden solution from Sprout that hits on every green note. Made of recycled steel, the Windowsill Grow Box comes complete with Japanese microgreens seeds including organic mustard greens, daikon radish and shungiku chrysanthemum. A bamboo lid doubles as the perfect fitting saucer. With a sunny window, a bit of water, and some love, this home gardening unit will deliver......read more

Growing Basil

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Wilder Quarterly dishes some wisdom on growing the world's most versatile herb

Whoever said that print is dead clearly hasn't picked up Wilder Quarterly, the Brooklyn-based journal filled with pages that star "half-green thumbs, rooftop gardeners, foodies and chefs, laymen hikers, landscape architects, hobby farmers, horticulturalists, nature’s innovators, amateurs, and experts." It's definitely on our shortlist for top magazines on the newsstand. The WQ blog delivers......read more

Woolly Pocket

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DIY vertical gardening system made from recycled plastic water bottles in the USA. $49.00

Pockets are simple to install and maintain. Just place and fill with beautiful, full-size plants. Breathable sides release excess moisture and aerate soil. Waterproof lining helps keep walls and floors dry....read more

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