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Tokyo DIY Gardening Hands-on gardening for a crowded city

Clever Hook-based Hanging Garden

A clever solution for creating a hanging garden along a breeze block wall without damaging/affecting the structure in any permanent way.

Wire is threaded through the gaps in the ornamental blocks, and wound around from top to bottom. The ends are then twisted and bent up to form a robust hook for supporting a planter. The result is a (potential) wall of green which is easily removed/altered.

Materials: Wire
Location: Akishima, Tokyo

Tip: Look for ways existing structures can be leveraged to suit your needs – holes, ledges and protrusions all have their uses.

(Originally posted on Fixes)

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