09.04.2010.

Garden In



Clanak Majkla Tortorela na NYTimesu krece ovako:

On a recent Saturday, over a cup of tea, I redefined the farm-to-table food movement. It didn’t take much. All I did was move my herb garden — that is, the farm — to my dining room table. Potting mix, dirt, seedlings, water. Everything. Without boasting, I think I can say that food does not get more local than this.

Bas po mojoj meri, fotke koje prate clanak appropriately predivne...


Container garden kits can be started indoors and later moved outside, allowing the gardener to grow food year-round. Herb Grow Bags from Gardener's Supply Company are made with dual-layer polypropylene, a breathable fabric that is also used in thermal underwear.


Garden-in-a-Bag, from Potting Shed Creations, is the instant cake mix of herb growing, right down to the tiny packets of ingredients. Start with the coconut husk chips, pour in the potting mix, and sprinkle seeds on top.


The herbs in these trays were started from seed in February: Smokey bronze fennel, holy basil, Italian aromatic sage, Fernleaf dill, French rosemary, French thyme and Double Purple orach.

Cela prica i sve fotke na NYTimes-u.

Ovo bi bio pravi sledeci zahvat posle gajenja Egglinga, biljkica iz onih divnih japanskih keramickih posudica kojima, kao pravom jajetu, slomite vrh i prateci uputstvo iz zemljice sa nekim semenkama iznikne vam neko zacinsko bilje, vockica ili cvet. Preporucujem jagodice, ja sam cak dozivela i jagodicu itself!


pic via fairesadeco

Ako za bastu u stanu imate na raspolaganju mikro prostor, cini mi se da bi Prepara Power Plant mogla biti resenje. Ima Prepara jos mnogo nekih raznoraznih kapsula za ocuvanje svezine zacina i stabljikastih povrckica, pretresite njihov sajt. Ima tu i termo odelce za kanticu sladoleda koje ga cuva hladnim, total vanity...

Evo kako izgleda Prepara Power Plant familija, malo previse high tech za moje vidjenje baste, ali ako vam na nekom spratu u 30-ak kvadrata treba trunka uzemljenja, mislim da je i ovakva mini basta prava sreca.



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Michael Tortorello's
NYTimes article starts like this:

On a recent Saturday, over a cup of tea, I redefined the farm-to-table food movement. It didn’t take much. All I did was move my herb garden — that is, the farm — to my dining room table. Potting mix, dirt, seedlings, water. Everything. Without boasting, I think I can say that food does not get more local than this.

Just the way I like it, plus the photos accompanying the article, appropriately gorgeous... follow the images and the comments, plus read the entire story and view all pics at NYTimes web page

This would be the right next enterprise after growing Egglings, little plants from those wonderful Japanese ceramic pots to which, as to a real egg, you break the top and following instructions, some spice plants, little fruit or a flower grows from the soil with some seeds. I recommend little strawberries, I even experienced the strawberry itself!

If you have micro space available for the garden inside apartment, it seems to me that Prepara Power Plant could be a solution. Prepara has many other capsules for keeping the spices and stem vegetables fresh, explore their website. There's also this little termo suit for a can of ice-cream which keeps it cold, total vanity...

This is how Prepara Power Plant family looks like, a bit too high tech for my understanding of a garden, but if you need a dash of soil and grounding at some floor and have only some 30 square meters available for all your housing activities, I think that even such a mini garden is true happiness.

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