Above you can click through to the nostalgia (and resurgence?)of Victory Gardens, an enviable West Coast food waste recycling program, an endorsement for healthy tomato food for the supremely popular urban vegetable, and Laure's gramma's incredible home garden, a 60 year labor of love.
But the links don't stop there, take a look at what else AT served up after the jump...
AT: Boston - Gardens don't always have to have plants!
AT:SF talks about indoor citrus for those that mighht have the sun and no outdoor space. They link to the great segment of MARTHA
when Byron from Logee's showed off some of his offerings for cool indoor fruit-bearing plants. It's a great and fascinating list!
AT:SF also has the 'vertical garden on a budget - very cute!
AT:SF again with these INSANE plant installations in a place called Frjtz that gets 2 thumbs way up for the plants and thumbs down for an unfortunate 'hairy fries' incident over at Yelp...
AT:Chi goes over to the Dark Side and explores plants that look black or are at least darn near to it. The bat plant, by the way, is a great indoor plant if you like the look. And they also have another post on the same subject from earlier on in the week!
Although not for everyone, some people really enjoy the deep tones. And earlier in the year we posted on Chocolate Flower Farm
, which specializes in these darker varieties.
matt at apartment therapy dot com