A new product is promising to make a garden more “mother earth”-friendly.
The Garden of Life has been created by a team of women scientists in the U.K. and the U to promote “organic, non-toxic, and natural food and gardening products” that “do not harm the environment.”
The idea behind the project is that the garden can be “more resilient” and “more eco-friendly” than traditional gardening products.
“We know the garden needs more nurturing,” said lead scientist Dr. Rebecca Mathers, a microbiology researcher at University College London.
It’s meant for humans and it’s meant in a way that you can do it yourself.””
If you look at it from a human perspective, it can be very simple.
It’s meant for humans and it’s meant in a way that you can do it yourself.”
The Garden is meant to be a “living space for people to connect with each other and the planet, with the Earth, with nature, with all that,” Mather said.
The Garden also is designed to be “reactive to the changes in the climate.”
It features a “solar-powered” system that can “heal and cleanse” and a “plant-powered system that is capable of watering plants and watering other plants.”
It is not clear whether the Garden of Earth will be sold commercially.
The company was founded by researchers from UCL’s School of Environmental Sciences, the University of Sussex and the University College of London.
“This is a really exciting project,” Marnie Hutton, the executive director of the UCL Centre for Science and Technology, said in a statement.
“This is not something that has been done before.
We’ve had research done on this in the past but it hasn’t been commercially available.”
The Garden was designed to address one of the biggest issues in the gardening industry: the need to provide sustainable, eco-tourist-friendly products that help the environment.
“We’ve seen the need for a lot of green products, but we’ve also seen the huge cost associated with those products, so we wanted to build something that was a lot more sustainable, with an emphasis on the environment and human wellbeing.”
The project is funded by the National Lottery and the Natural Environment Research Council, but Mather and her team say they have no plans to sell the product.
The team also says the product is completely free of artificial chemicals, pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides or herbicides-like pesticides.