Planting fresh herbs is in fashion. They increase the food taste and have possitive infuence on your health. Besides, they are very decorative. You can plant them both inside and outside the home. Growing herbs at home can be easy whether you live in a house in the suburbs or an apartment in the city, you should just take care about a few tips:
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This Tokyo five-storey townhouse by Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa is fronted by a stack of gardens.
For anyone who lives in an apartment but has always wished for a nice little gardening space, this window unit is the perfect compromise. French designers Nicolas Barreau and Jules Charbonnet of Barreau & Charbonnet, created Volet Végétal, a clever and creative pulley system that allows urban gardeners to lower their plants into direct sunlight from any apartment window.
You don’t have to spend small fortune to create amazing interior. Insetead of buying design furniture, expensive decorative pieces just use some plants containers .
Amazing house architecture can be demaged by awful front or back yard. Look at some ideas that’ll transform your tired yard into something extraordinary. Here is a list of some tips: – If you want to make the most of the outdoors, you’ll want to use it in the evenings when it is dark, and to do this you’ll need outdoor lighting. – Build a sauna or …
Built in the footprint of the old Osaka baseball stadium, the awesome development, which was completed in 2003 by the Jerde Partnership, has an eight level rooftop garden that spans several city blocks and features tree groves, rock clusters, cliffs and canyons, lawns, streams, waterfalls, ponds and even space to grow veggies.
Singapore studio WOHA designed the PARKROYAL on Pickering hotel as an extension of Hong Lim Park, a new green space located next to the site in the centre of the Singapore’s business district.
You can grow herbs indoors easly because they don’t need special lights – herbs are fine in a bright window. Fresh herbs are great to picked taste of meals. Look at some best ideas for herbs growing indoors.
Simple little eggs made from pure white porcelain, filled with a growing medium and seeds. Crack the egg with a spoon, just like the edible kind, then water and place in a warm, light place. Within a few days, up pops a plant! It will keep growing in the egg for up to 3 months, at which time you can, if you wish, transplant it …