“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.”
― Margaret Atwood
“Gardening with repurposed objects,” continued:
Old typewriters can be useful as new planters.
(photo via Charmers)
Succulents under stairs.
Who says you can’t use old heater parts in container gardening?!
(photo via Dirt and Martinis)
Flower cage shoe.
Now this is a fine example to add to the small, but growing (ha!), “shoe garden” group.
Repurposing emply tin cans? Vertical gardening?
(Photo spotted on Pinterest; links to cadimodaci.blogcu.com as the source.)
A beautiful (albeit maybe-not-all-that-practical) Garden in an Unexpected Place.
(via Zita Elze)
The beginnings of a school bus conversion into a mobile garden!
I’m a sucker for mobile gardens. And creative reuses for cars and buses.
An old Volkswagen bus-turned-planter, at the Dallas Arboretum — a fine addition to the old-cars-used-in-gardens group.
(A closer shot of the VW can be seen on Flickr here. Above photo via Volkswagen Utah.)