As Spring gets under way, I’ve just been sent these wonderful two gardens from Alex and his grandma Mary.
Alex has been recovering after having his appendix out, so he’s had plenty of time to plan his little garden.
Alex and Mary have created the very first herb pothole garden in Haslemere road in Crouch End, so their neighbours can enjoy some free herbs over the summer months.
If all of the recent sunshine has inspired you to get out there and spread some happiness, take a photo and email it to me so I can share your adventures here on the blog. To help you get you kitted out, my lovely friends over at YIMBY are giving away some great guerrilla gardening starter kits, check them out here.
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?
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a little festive garden, would it?
I created this little garden in London Fields, complete with everything you need at Christmas time: presents, a TV, crackers, Christmas stockings, decorations, a Yule Log and of course a Christmas Tree.
I also wanted to remind people that some people do it rough at Christmas, why not support a charity like SHELTER this festive season.