Friday, April 15, 2011

Surfin' the net

Kewl: a community garden designed to use reclaimed water. Saves on water bills and helps some plants to grow better since the water has more nitrogen.

A glimpse of the future comes from the Dutch who are experimenting with multistory greenhouses while growing veggies without sun and rain. Saves on water as well.

Well, I didn't know Triscuit, the cracker company, is getting into community gardening. And another corporation, Miracle-Gro, also. So what is that all about?

The top ten cities with the most urban gardens, a slideshow. Kinda surprising, actually.

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