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Patiovore, gardening, garden, March 2013
The Outdoor Popup Garden, designed to lay flat on dirt, sells for $315 and includes home delivery. Photo by Joel Luks
Patiovore, gardening, garden, March 2013
Patiovore Edible Gardens offers a series of organic, all-inclusive gardening kits. Photo by Joel Luks
Patiovore, gardening, garden, Jessica Haskins
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Patiovore, gardening, garden, March 2013
The Patio Popup Garden sells for $385. Adding to the garden kit are a stainless steel base made from from reclaimed materials that acts as a water catch reservoir. A wicking system recycles water back to the popup container. Photo by Joel Luks
Patiovore, gardening, garden, March 2013
The frame is crafted from untreated cypress wood that's outfitted with two metal trellises, a watering can, markers, local organic soil, mulch, fertilizer and instructions. Photo by Joel Luks