I love everything about this artist’s work. — Lauren
Now THIS is fab floral art.
(It really isn’t a Garden in an Unexpected Place, per se, but still cool.)
What’s not to love about this?
(photo via Tatiana Mikhina/Sofi)
Call for you.
In resurrection ecology news:
Scientists have revived moss that has been lying dormant — frozen — in permafrost for 1,500 years.
Full story: A Growth Spurt at 1,500 Years Old - NYTimes.com
Want to turn an old chair into a piece of garden furniture? (Note emphasis on the word “garden.”)
Here’s an example, complete with tutorial, via Bridgman Furniture.
Mobile garden in the edible gardens feature in Brussels, Begium [August 2013]
MOBILE EDIBLE GARDENS in URBAN SPACES? Yes!
Methinks this item is a good addition to the growing(!) Gardens in Unexpected Places mobile gardens archive.
Portable Personal Picnic Park
I love thrift store shopping and often come across items that just don’t seem to move. The slide carousel is #1. Coffee makers are a strong second. And number 3, is old briefcases. I guess no one wants to look behind the times when it comes to business, so there they sit. I can’t stand to think of anything being left out, so I put my thinking cap on and came up with a way to get them back into circulation . I introduce to you the Portable Park for all your picnic time needs.
Would you call this a garden in an unexpected place? I’m pretty sure the answer is “yes.”