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Elevated Urban Veggie Patches
The Raised Garden House Grows Plants on Upper-Floor Balconies


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Jan 11, 13
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The possibility of establishing and tending to a herb garden need not be thrown out the window the moment that you move into an apartment building. The Garden House by Diletta Orlandi is an accessible solution to infusing your inner-city lifestyle with healthy serving of greenery.

The concept was dreamed up by the Acciuga Design designer and put to manufacturing by Galli & Morelli. Lenzi Egisto produces a crucial portion of the tabletop flower bed with a highly absorbent fabric that soaks up excess water for later use in the photosynthesis process. Metal is the primary material of the patio Garden House, forming a broad but shallow planter plus a tray, a dish and hooks for landscaping implements.



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