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Gardening

iRobot Terra Robot Mower

iRobot Terra Robot Mower

With the Terra robot mower, iRobot aims to do for mowing lawns what its Roomba did for vacuuming homes. It uses standalone beacons and smart mapping technology to efficiently mow without the need for boundary wires or digging. It will be available in the USA soon.

Bye Bye Bushes

Bye Bye Bushes

If you’ve ever tried to cut down a bush by hand, you know how time consuming the task can be. Pesky shrubberies are no match for this Fecon Bull Hog mulching attachment, which can shred an entire bush to the ground in seconds. Oh, and they can help with those tree stumps too.

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LEGO Plant Harvester

LEGO Plant Harvester

When The Brick Wall’s mom requested that he pick some fresh fruits and veggies from their backyard, he set about it the only way a LEGO fanatic knows how – by building a Technic machine to do the work for him. The harvester can pluck, pick, and cut stalks.

Bee Hotel

Bee Hotel

Etsy shop Dilnahammer makes ready-to-mount wooden homes for birds and other animals. One of the shop’s most popular products are honeycomb cell “hotels” for bees, ladybugs and other small insects. They come in different combinations and colors.

Tertill Robotic Weed Whacker

Tertill Robotic Weed Whacker

Roomba co-creator Joe Jones is working on a Roomba for gardens. Tertill uses a nylon string to cut down anything that’s under an inch. It comes with collars that protect growing plants from the robot’s wrath. It can be charged via its built-in solar panel or its micro USB port.

Shiitake Mushroom Log

Shiitake Mushroom Log

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.

GardeNinja

GardeNinja

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.

Wingman Hovercraft Hauler

Wingman Hovercraft Hauler

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.

Lawnmowing Made Easy

Lawnmowing Made Easy

If you dislike yard work or just have a big lawn and some extra rope you can give this idea from YouTuber 99bbtom a try. Not exactly foolproof but wouldn’t cleaning up a few corners after your lawnmower does most of the work be sweet?

Core Glow Gravel

Core Glow Gravel

These photoluminescent rocks are made from a durable plastic material that can be set into paths or scattered with regular stones to guide your way at night. Glows 10 to 12 hours on just 20 minutes of daylight. Also available in glass.

Self-Watering Planter

Self-Watering Planter

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.

Combat Garden Gnomes

Combat Garden Gnomes

Shawn Thorsson doesn’t really care for those boring old garden gnomes, and instead makes these armed lawn ornaments, which say – in no uncertain terms – “keep the f*ck off of my lawn.”

The Shrub Rover

The Shrub Rover

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!

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Botanical Vasculum

Botanical Vasculum

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!

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