This cool mushroom log is excellent for a foodie or gardener. Each hand-cut piece is filled with spores that’ll sprout multiple crops of organic shiitake mushrooms, indoors or out. Just soak it to start the process, and watch shiitake happen.
This ingenious multi-tool for the garden solves the problem of lost tools, and saves money by combining garden shears, a spade, knife, saw, rake and weeder in one. It’s even got a bottle opener for when it’s Miller Time.
A dramatic upgrade to the eons-old wheelbarrow, this fan-based device will let you carry heavy loads up to 350 pounds and turn on a dime while minimizing tip-over risk. We wish it came with that Robocop looking dude too.
A practical pot that makes having plants indoors a lot easier. Joey Roth’s Planter is made from porous earthenware; simply place water in the cylinder and let your plant do the rest.
We don’t know why he built a car inside of a bush, but Justin Shull’s Terrestrial Shrub Rover makes us think of Monty Python. Perhaps it’s a good way to meet those Knights’ shrubbery demands. Ni!
Even if you’re not a green thumb, Tim Witteveen’s Botanical Vasulum is a sight to behold; it’s a steampunk-style terrarium with solar-powered LED bulb and magnifying glass. Thanks, Luis!