Gardening comrades, help us in sparking an urban gardening revolution! From streets to rooftops, GardenTags and the RHS are on a mission to Green Grey Britain.
Paving over our countries is a serious issue. And we’re on a mission to green up our cities! We’ve put together some amazing urban gardening ideas to help you get started in the revolution. From the North to the South, our GardenTaggers have already started the battle. Read on for some great urban gardening ideas, tried and tested by our GardenTaggers.
Urban Gardening Ideas
Green Your City – UK
Katie (aka. @brightcolours) is from the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Creative ideas such as using boots as planters are amazing for the small space gardener. And we love the idea of a succulents windowbox!
Pushkraj (aka. @Pushkraj) is a container gardener from India. And his garden is proof that no matter how small the space, wonderful plants can come out of container gardens. A perfect follow for a small space gardener.
Wesley (aka. @Wesleybrian) is well known on GardenTags for his amazing #airplants. You can see below his artistic indoors assembly. He proves that gardening can be accomplished even without a garden! Air plants really do give a certain beauty and chic to urban gardening.
Angie (aka. @littlepepi) has a small space garden on a balcony in Argentina. We love her artistic take on the balcony garden. From her creative succulent pots to her colourful display. She’s created a little oasis in the middle of the city.
Hanging Pots Indoors
Marina (aka. @marinaindia) is a GardenTagger from Australia. We’ve all heard of hanging baskets outside. But we love Marina’s idea of hanging pots inside! With an elegant English Ivy trailing around her pots. It’s the perfect solution for small space gardening.
Stuck for Urban Gardening Ideas for Greening Grey Britain?
GardenTags has put together more great urban gardening ideas for Greening Grey Britain. Click here for some amazing inspiration.
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