Autumnal happenings

I’ve been sent some super sweet gardens over the past week or so.

Raven Forest sent me this wonderful series complete with some adorable tiny people (and hedgehog!)!



And the staff at Garden Lamposts have been busy, with this pothole inspired installation!

our pothole garden by Garden lamp post company staff

pothole garden by Garden Lamp Post company

Keep sending me your pothole gardens so I can help spread the love!

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A Little Colombian Colour…

Stéphane Leybold recently sent me these great pics of his gardening in Bogotá, Colombia, check out some great reactions the gardens got!

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You can see more of her work on his facebook page.

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A twin and a tractor…

This week, two more pothole gardens have sprung up in Europe.

Andrea from Italy sent me his little garden, complete with a tractor (to help fix the road, of course…).





And perhaps the world’s first “twin” pothole garden was spotted in the Netherlands in the Inventor District.




Thanks for sending them to me – if you spot a pothole garden, get in touch!

When I was in Prague recently, I came across the forget-me-not project, a project to help find missing children. Check them out, it’s a great cause and they are accepting donations if you’re feeling generous.

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Czech-ing out the potholes in Prague…


I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at TEDxPrague recently. The theme of the conference was Crossing Borders and I was able to show all of the wonderful pothole gardens I’ve been sent, with the new the world pothole garden map. I talked about creativity and how good it feels to get out there and create something – even if it’s as tiny and ephemeral as a pothole garden.

The other speakers were truly inspiring – from an ex-sex industry worker, to a career wedding guest, an Iceland marathon runner, and a scientist working out ways to store files in our DNA – the event was a great success. There was even a stilt walking circus during one of the breaks – amazing.



I managed some time to create a little garden on Marla Strana, near the famous Charles Bridge. We had some classic reactions from passers by.





Thanks again to the TEDxPrague team and the people of Praha for letting me experience your vibrant city.

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German and Canadian Pothole Gardens…

This angleic little garden was sent to me yesterday from Osterburg, Germany – thanks Katrin!



And the Canadian pothole gardener who has been causing quite a stir sent me this great shot!


These will appear on the pothole garden map of the world. Thanks guys!

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From Battersea Power Station to New Zealand…

With The Chelsea Fringe in full swing, I recently got down and dirty in Chelsea to create this little garden in the shadow of Battersea Power Station. If you’re in London, check out what they’re up to.


I’ve just been sent this great little garden from New Zealand. Thanks so much, it’s wonderful! I’ve begun a pothole garden map of the world to map all of the wonderful pothole gardens sent to me, why not get out gardening and then add your creation to the map?

New Zealand Pothole Garden

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