Residential enthusiasm for gardening and attachment to place extends to repurposing the trees as posts – affixing small hangers and substantial brackets to increase the plant population. These adaptations that impinge on the living flesh of other plants evidences the ease at which the residents must regard their shared living space. I’m inspired by the construction of this plant-on-plant collage and wonder what lessons professional landscapers could learn from this example.
Location: Akishima-shi, Tokyo
Materials: Brackets, Nails, Twist-ties