A cute little cafe in England's Wye Valley uses vertical gardens and aquaponics to deliver fresh organic vegetables and greens for its customers.
This sustainable food experiment is called Humble by Nature after its founder Kate Humble who works with talented gardeners willing to take on this visionary challenge.
Fish tanks provide fertilized water for all the plants in the greenhouse.
A vertical garden component is featured within the greenhouse to create additional growing space.
Alongside the flooded growing beds, Florafelt Vertical Garden Planters adorn the Northern wall where tomatoes and other vegetables provide year-round food.
The cafe serves delicious meals made mostly from food produced from the greenhouse and nearby farms.
The learning farm offers classes on home-grown agriculture and provides adorable overnight cabins.