From Italy, indoor hydroponic rotary garden fits on a shelf

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Innovations that enable city-dwellers to grow their own plants and food have been coming thick and fast over the past couple of years, with new ideas such as spiral-shaped growing environments helping to maximise the use of space. Now, DesignLibero's Green Wheel provides a rotary garden compact enough to fit on an indoor shelf, with aesthetics to match. In order to allow astronauts to have access to fresh produce while on long space missions, NASA developed the rotary garden as a way to grow herbs and leaves without soil. Using the same technology, the Green Wheel is a relatively miniature…

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