Airport Veg! Growing in unloved corners

the-curious-gardener_airport VegIn the most unexpected spot, as I was rushing to get my plane to Denmark (a whole other story) a beautiful planting of veg in wheelbarrows at Heathrow Airport.

What a lovely collection, and productive too!

Think it great that they are really thinking outside the box, and I saw a lot of people slowing down to take a look. Wished I’d stop to find out who did this – congrats to them.

It really goes to show what can be done in the most industrial, and means-to-an-end type places. Airports are not the most pleasant things at the best of times, and this really made a huge difference to the feeling of the entrance. Imagine what could be done with London’s ‘unloved’ corners – those paved-over front gardens, our transport systems, and brutalist buildings…

This is something that could be done at home… For some great ideas for veg in containers check out Veg Street


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One Response to Airport Veg! Growing in unloved corners

  1. Great idea, be lovely if they were filling them with edibles…tasty healthy little snack before you have to face your plastic plane meal!

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