WindowFarms, vertical food gardens, is a New York-based campaign which aims to let people grow their own food in the often limited space of New York City apartments.
Made from 'environmentally friendly' plastic and wire, each holder can either hang from your window on hooks, or stand on their metal base. Each Windowfarmer can purchase a number of baby plants -- from vegetables to fruit, or herbs and medicinals. There is also a community support forum for budding farmers to discuss the system.
A classic four-column windowfarm will cost you $269.
The Kickstarter campaign managed to reach $257,307 in funding, based on a $50,000 goal.