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From Indoor Gardening Pods to Soil-Sagging Planters

 - Sep 6, 2013
You may think twice about your supposed inability to grow plants and greens after checking out all of these ingenious ways to garden indoors. The home garden is fast becoming a thing of the past as more and more people move to the city. However, just because you rent a room in a studio apartment doesn't mean you need to give up growing plants and vegetables.

Many of these ingenious ways to garden indoors are targeted specifically at urbanites who lack the traditional definition of "space." These gardens make use of empty walls, appliances and furniture to bring some much-needed greenery to the inner city. The only bad news is that many of these indoor gardens are merely design concepts. Still, at least the future is looking somewhat greener, apartment-wise, anyway.