The Crack Garden - Cultivating Concrete


City gardeners certainly need not submit to impenetrable, barren and sun-bleached concrete slabs. CMG, a San Fransisco-based landscape architecture firm came up with The Crack Garden, a swift and minimal remedy for the inescapabale concrete surface. With a jackhammer, rows of cracks were formed and planted with resilient herbs, flowers and weeds.

Inspired gardeners can now begin chipping away at the concrete and asphalt, however incrementally.
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Photo credits: Tom Fox (top) and Kevin Conger (bottom)


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