Hanging Gardens of Babylon inspire water farming called hydroponics

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Growing crops by hydroponic farming, or on water, has been practiced since the ancient Babylonians planted their legendary Hanging Gardens of Babylon. These were the world’s first vertical farms concept. Hydroponic water gardens also include roof top gardens in Middle East cities like Beirut and Cairo. In fact, the practice of hydroponic, water based farming for smart […]

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Vertical gardens in Lebanon based on traditional Arabia designs

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Green walls and rooftop gardens are great, but keeping them healthy in the Middle East and North Africa can be challenging. Green Studios, whose work in Lebanon we’ve featured once before, has an answer with their patented technology that ensures plants can flourish despite the extraordinary heat in our region. “We wanted to develop something that is […]

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Soaring Vertical Garden Greens Al-Sultan Ibrahim Restaurant in Lebanon

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Anyone who has been paying attention will have noticed that a host of exciting new green projects are popping up all over the Middle East, including the soaring vertical garden at the Al-Sultan Ibrahim restaurant in Maameltein, Lebanon. Designed by Green Studios Beirut and Gatserelia, the 96 square meter living wall in one of Lebanon’s […]

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