If you're looking for some greenspiration for your garden, look no further than this communal garden Rowland Byass has created and captured on Compton Street in London. There are bamboo plants, woodland ground flora, birch, and Japanese maples, all of which add their own aura of elegance with a touch of whimsy.
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Implications - The introduction of these exotic and communal gardens is a biproduct of the rise in environmental conservation and appreciation initiatives in the consumer world. Plus, with children and adults spending more and more time inside with technology, these gardens are a way to motivate the everyday person to spend more time outside and appreciate the implicit entertainment available in nature.
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Rowland Byass' Compton Street Garden Redefines Public Space
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJun 13, 2009 Updated: May 26 2011