Tunnel-to-table salad anyone? Growing Underground, a hydroponic agriculture venture hailed as the world's largest subterranean farm, is based in a WWII air raid shelter 100 feet beneath the streets of South London.
Video: With the rise in agritourism, small farmers are less reliant on agriculture to make a living. More than 23,000 U.S. farms are currently making extra money from creative attractions that are immune to fluctuations in crop prices or weather patterns.
Realizing that not all gardeners have the time or carpentry skills to construct a conventional raised garden bed, a Portland-based startup releases a modular garden bed system made from recycled plastic that's literally a snap to assemble.
This ain't your grandma's wrapper paper although she'd surely approve of it: After you've torn open your holiday gifts, plant Eden Paper in the backyard where, with a little basic TLC, it will grow into a veggie patch.