By Andrea Devon Bertoli on July 29, 2013
Vegetable Literacy: Cooking and Gardening with Twelve Families from the Edible Plant Kingdom is Deborah Madison’s newest book, and an epic book it is! Vegetable Literacy is an amazing introduction to the connections between the foods we eat. Madison writes lovingly and eloquently about the relationships between plant families and how to bring the beauty of [...]
By Karen MacKay on June 14, 2012
Designer Peter Buley has given his Hydroponic Kitchen Island a makeover.
As part of the Models Citizens NYC show last month, Peter Buley (a.k.a Analog Modern) exhibited the most recent version of his Hydroponic Kitchen Island Mk.11. Fully enclosed within a solid maple frame, an ebb and flow hydroponic system grows herbs using LED and CFL lighting.
By Becky Striepe on September 30, 2011
Next time you polish off a bottle of vino, save those corks and reuse them to make super adorable plant markers!
By Becky Striepe on March 4, 2011
The typical sneaker has a few years before it starts to wear down. If you’re really good to your kicks, maybe you can extend that, even double it, but eventually sneakers outlive their usefulness in the shoe department. Oat Shoes are designed to have a whole new life when you’re done wearing them.
By Becky Striepe on October 4, 2010
There’s still time to get a fall garden planted if you get started soon, and these pallet projects can help you get growing on the cheap!