Planting a Garden in Concrete Cracks

Planting a Garden in Concrete Cracks

Trent Johnson
Dec 1, 2010

This gardening project cost only $500 and utilizes an existing foundation of concrete. Plants were not planted in naturally occurring cracks; rather, they were planted in rows of cracks made by a jackhammer.

Designed by CMG Landscape architects, the gardening was actually installed by the residents of the adjoining building. A series of cracks was made by a jackhammer, resulting in tiny cracks in which to plant herbs, vegetables, and a variety of flowers.

See more at CMG Landscsape Architects via Treehugger.

(Images by CMG)

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