Saturday, August 25, 2012

Potholes can be pretty

According to a guerrilla group of gardeners who are gardening on public lands,   a garden can be so small that it fits in a pothole, a purse or a shoe.   Pothole Gardening: An Example   What a playful idea this is.

1 comment:

  1. Mary

    This causes me to recall a comment by R Reagan about how the Parks Service couldn't maintain things because a marmot was living in a pothole in the middle of Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park (CO). Surprisingly we knew the gentleman was correct - on this if little else - as we had seen said hole, with marmot in situ, the week before.

    I suspect that occupant wouldn't assist gardening!