The Mobile Ethnic Garden Wants to Bring People Together

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published: Aug 15, 2010   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: gsdmobilegarden.wordpress & treehugger
The Mobile Ethnic Garden is a creation of Christina Cho, a structural engineer and a graduate from California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. Her design lets gardeners easily plant several vegetables and fruits in a beautiful arrangement of boxes.

This design would look great in a public garden or as a piece in a garden without ground soil opportunities. The Mobile Ethnic Garden is beautiful in symbolism and design.

Implications - With so many harmful elements emerging each day, consumers are looking for ways to stay green. Products that work towards protecting the planet are appealing to those who want to stay eco-conscious. Stats for Cultural Diversity Gardens Trending: Older & Mild
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