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Tokyo DIY Gardening Hands-on gardening for a crowded city

Rose Bush Takes Over House

[Guest Post from Joan Bailey]

This is another garden I have long admired as I run my regular errands. Watching it change and bloom throughout the seasons is a delight, but at this moment it is at a peak. As noted during a recent walk in Yanaka everything is in bloom at the moment, but roses seem particularly effervescent.

This two-story house has a very small footprint – houses closely abut on either side – but the climbing roses and assortment of other plants envelop it in a jungle. Every inch of space seems to have a pot with a plant or vine growing out of it. The support network – poles, netting, wire, and clips – is somewhat visible in the photos and keeps it all up and climbing. The front gate looked almost impassable with all the branches and blooms.The inside must be filled with delicious scent of the roses and feel miles away from the city life just outside the door.

(Originally posted on Joan Bailey’s Everday Gardening)

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