Cella is a new, creative product designed by Ecoid to bring urban people closer to nature. Constructed of flexible and lightweight plastic, Cella creates a micro-climate that houses moss/small plants and allows to thrive both indoors and outdoors. Cella is uniquely adaptable in that it can be attached to walls and roofs, or simply stand alone. The small, organic form of the units make efficient use of space to fit a garden in an urban home or apartment. There are no limits to your landscaping visions – no matter you want to grow a traditional garden on the floor, create a little oasis on the desk or climb up the walls and hang from the ceiling – just be creative with your designs! If you like it and want to create your urban landscape, support it on kickstarter.
This vertical plant cultivator hydrophobic system was designed to grow plants within a limited space, which is quite useful in urban area where full-fledged gardens aren’t possible. It allows you go grow food from seed to plant. So if you want to grow some organic food at your urban home for health need, this might help.
It is always difficult to have some green at home when you live in a big city. Each inch is full of stuff and the only place left is wall. Maybe that is the reason for the invention of wall planter – bring your wall to life with a stunning hanging garden. Fill these with air plants, succulents, moss, herb or even cutting flowers, you can easily create your own small spheres of botanical wonder. Take a look at the 12 Cool Wall Planters we rounded up for you, and hope it will give you some inspiration to create a breathtaking plant display to your home.
Indoor gardening has steadily gained popularity as a hobby that anyone can enjoy. When set up correctly, a good hydroponic growing system can be much more economical and efficient than a traditional soil garden. So, if you are tired of those lifeless decoration at home and want to brign something a bit more living and beneficial, take a look at the 7 Cool Indoor Garden Systems we rounded up here. Hope you enjoy.