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Japanese Prove Tiny Gardens In Back Of Their Trucks

In this series at great inspire you are going to see amazing ideas for gardening in small space. Gardening is a part of growing plants as part of horticulture. In ornamental plants form are often grown for their flowers, foliage or overall appearance; useful plants, such as root vegetables, leaf vegetables, fruits and herbs. Gardening is grown for consumption, for use as dyes or for medicinal or cosmetic use. Gardening is considered by many people to be a relaxing activity.

Gardening is increasingly becoming a luxury for the younger generation. As more people move to small apartments in the city, having a plot of land to cultivate and play around with isn’t really an option. However, as these Japanese landscapers prove with a little creativity and imagination anything is possible.

Every year, the Japan Federation of Landscape Contractors hosts the Kei Truck Garden Contest, a quirky competition that turns tiny trucks into moveable gardens. The annual event attracts landscape artists all over the country, inviting them to pair their knack for gardening with a need for speed.

Whimsical little gardens in the cargo hold, to see who can take the title of best mobile landscaper. These little slices of mobile natural beauty incorporate many different forms of design, from the traditional Japanese garden to more modern elements, using lighting and even water features to create unbelievably intricate scenes in a tiny and totally unexpected space.

So perhaps if you would like a garden but didn’t think you had the space, you could take inspiration from these guys and create yourself a pop-up garden. I hope you like this idea of gardening.