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Road bends ahead: The guerilla gardener creates a roadside scene by a drain

Guerilla gardener plants beautiful miniature flowerbeds in potholes blighting London's streets

Road bends ahead: The guerilla gardener creates a roadside scene by a drain

An East London gardener uses potholes to create gardens. It just goes to show, it doesn't matter how much space you have, you can still find ways to garden! <3

An East London gardener uses potholes to create gardens. It just goes to show, it doesn't matter how much space you have, you can still find ways to garden!

Instagram photo by @maraserene (Serena Mitnik-Miller) | Iconosquare

This is "guerrilla gardening!"Street Art beautiful - they should do this all over rough neighborhoods or storm damaged areas.

11 cheap & easy gifts for teens to give to mom on Mother's Day!

11 cheap & easy gifts for teens to give to mom on Mother's Day

Stuck with a tiny yard? Transform your small outdoor space into a beautiful and functional escape with these totally doable design ideas.

Small Yard Design Ideas

Design tip: Rather than use one or two large planters, scale down the size of your pots. Several small containers can be used in a smaller space, either on the wall or on garden shelves. Pots can dry out fas…

Unbelievable Owls!

A photo of giant owl garden sculptures in Nantou County, Taiwan took the web by storm. See how animal topiaries can give a garden some eclectic pizazz.

Street furniture: This tiny creation by Steve Wheen features a mini armchair and a television set as props

That's one way of filling in potholes! Guerrilla gardener covers cracks with flowers to brighten up city streets

Guerrilla gardener Steve Wheen brightens up the otherwise dull surrounds of inner-city London with colourful floral displays and lively model sets that fill in the gaps in the roads and pavements and add some intrigue to pedestrians’ daily commute.

Garden. Everywhere you live. There is at least one kind of plant that will survive. In your house, on your fire escape, roof, front stoop, back yard, window sill. Grow it.

Crack Gardens: Food Growing from Cracks in the Pavement

Crack Gardens: Food Growing from Cracks in the Pavement. Yeahthe crack garden really caught my eye LOL

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Easy DIY Container Water Gardens

plant sources You don't need a pond to grow water lilies. I do have a Koi pond, but I'd like to grow Water Lillies in it.

Cool - The pothole gardener (AKA the guerilla gardener) strikes again!  Steve Wheen fills potholes with plants, soil and mini props...aren't they charming?

The Pothole Gardener Creates Miniature Living Worlds in East London Potholes

Bringing a little colour and a dash of spring to the potholes of London is Steve Wheen aka The Pot Hole Gardener. This project was part of his MA Design Studies at Central Saint Martin…

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