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Great new solution for apartments balconys

 
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Hello all,
This is my first message! Lately I started to be attracted to gardening so this is a great community for me

Few weeks ago, I bought Greenbo planters. This is a planter that is designed for balcony and apartments houses like mine. Really.. This is so nice! I recommend you to take a look, my balcony looks so good now
This is where I bought it:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/231297347213?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

I am searching for more stuff that will add some beauty and life to my apartment, do you have an idea?

Thanks!!
 
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That is very cool! I think moss painting on like hang up canvases might add a little life to an apartment; if one feels like doing graffiti, the sidewalk might be acceptable and legal. Also, a living wall or edible walls may also bring life into an urban apartment/home. Something like the Garden Tower would provide mobile vertical growing space, and Pintrest has a great display of many possible DIY Aquaponic systems that could be built.
Here is a picture of moss graffitti:

Here is a picture of a living wall:

Here is an image of a garden tower:

Here is a cool diy-version:
 
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