Posts Tagged ‘plants’

Carnivorous plants around your home

The world of carnivorous plants is amazing because they ‘eat’ insects ( some species are big enough to consume frogs… ). They have adapted to grow in places where the soil is thin or poor in nutrients. If you want to grow them inside your house you need to respect some basic rules that are [...]

What is Hydroponics?

Researchers discovered in the 18th century that plants absorb essential mineral nutrients as inorganic ions in water and in natural conditions, soil acts as a mineral nutrient reservoir but the soil itself is not essential to plant growth. Hydroponics is basically growing plants without soil, but still using water and nutrients or whatever ultimately ends [...]

Urban Suspended Farms For A Greener City

PF1 (Public Farm One) is an urban farm concept built with inexpensive recyclable materials such as cardboard tubes that form a continuous surface to offer space for growing plants in a crowded city. This could be possible one of the greatest ideas of the future regarding growing plants in a city. Because there is no [...]

Multi-piece balcony to save space in your home

Because space in our modern times and cities is running out so quickly, designers have in mind constantly how to use little space with a lot of creativity and functionality. “Summer at the Balcony” by Christian Lessing. This multi-piece balcony wall unit, which allows you easily to adjust any number of surfaces, like a stool, [...]

Minature GreenHouse

Every human has the feeling of paternity and wants to protect something , to grow it, and what is better than a little greenhouse where to cultivate plants? Gro, the little greenhouse, looks like a tiny cocoon and if you add a few drops of water you can watch them condense against the 1.5 mm [...]