A great use of dead space, allowing people in a crowded neighborhood to have outdoor plants.
Decorative charm and creative practical application.
Smoko space, storage, garden and shed.
Recently, I have noticed oranges, persimmons, and even pomegranate growing in my neighbors’ tiny gardens and balconies
enchanted by how the light struck this worn boat, the plants growing in its bow, and the illusion of . . .
Most people would think there’s no room for a garden
It’s amazing what you can fit in a sunny narrow space.
The planting is amazingly thick, creating a green wall between the sidewalk and the large boulevard. . .
My watermelon plant has produced an enormous amount of growth in just two months on the balcony…….
Old Tokyo neighborhoods like Zoushigaya are full of plant lovers who manage to create gardens where there is almost no space…..
I like the generosity of the owner who shares this tree equally with passers-by and the residence’s inhabitants and guests.
Even mundane structures come alive when we let nature colonize our habitat.
So many people think that all they can plant are simple flower boxes, when vertical solutions can be so much more lush and interesting….