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EarthBox: a complete garden in a pot


Well sure, we'd all love to have fresh garden vegetables with next to no effort - but apparently with the EarthBox we actually can.  Using a combination of smart fertilizing techniques and water management that prevents both over and under watering, it's mostly smart thinking, rather than technological advancements, that make the EarthBox look like an appealing piece of gear. And at only $60 USD for an entire kit, it looks well worth a try - I'm thinking about picking up one for myself. [GT]

EarthBox [via Hugg]

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October 27, 2006 in Plants & gardens | Permalink


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