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Living Table Contemporary Garden, San Francisco

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This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary backyard partial sun formal garden for spring in San Francisco with a container garden and gravel. — Houzz

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Modern Hive Design added this to A Green-Thumb Guide to Growing Food Indoors
This brilliant table sets the standard for farm-to-table design. Delicious herbs such as sage and lettuce greens are ripe for the picking. In the process of gardening indoors, I learned that I could enjoy beautiful foliage, have a daily visual reminder to water my plants, and create decor that has a positive carbon footprint. These are just a few of the ways to farm indoors and grow food in a small space. Tell usIf you enjoyed this story, like it, bookmark it, save the photos and share your thoughts below. Join the conversation!MoreRead more stories about growing your own food

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Maurine added this to Patio
growing salad greens on the patio table
L.Bass added this to Garden
This brilliant table sets the standard for farm-to-table design. Delicious herbs such as sage and lettuce greens are ripe for the picking. In the process of gardening indoors, I learned that I could enjoy beautiful foliage, have a daily visual reminder to water my plants, and create decor that has a positive carbon footprint. These are just a few of the ways to farm indoors and grow food in a small space. Tell us: What are your favorite ideas for growing food in your home?MoreHow to Grow the Edible Garden That’s Right for YouHigh-Impact Houseplants for First-Timers
Gigi Greenbird added this to Herbals
This brilliant table sets the standard for farm-to-table design. Delicious herbs such as sage and lettuce greens are ripe for the picking. In the process of gardening indoors, I learned that I could enjoy beautiful foliage, have a daily visual reminder to water my plants, and create decor that has a positive carbon footprint. These are just a few of the ways to farm indoors and grow food in a small space. Tell us: What are your favorite ideas for growing food in your home?MoreHow to Grow the Edible Garden That’s Right for YouHigh-Impact Houseplants for First-Timers
Garden Mentors added this to Hillcrest Rd
More for inspiration that practicality, but very cool

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