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UpGarden P-Patch Mercer Street Garage

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Renting? Don’t Let Your Balcony or Porch Go to WasteFeb 28, 2017

Still itching for more space to garden? Consider signing up for a plot (or putting your name on a waitlist for one) in your local community garden. Meet other gardeners in your neighborhood and enjoy a plot that is largely set up with a water hook-up, healthy soil and sometimes shared tools to support your efforts.More12 Tricks to Make the Most of Your Yard9 Creative Ways With Plants, No Yard Required

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Laura Gaskill added this to High Life: 10 Ways to Transform Your RooftopJun 11, 2015

Community garden. Unused space atop a parking garage was transformed into a productive community garden. Even in a much smaller space, think of how collaborating with neighbors could yield interesting results. Just a few raised beds can produce enough fresh flowers, herbs and veggies to share.Tell us: Do you have usable space on your roof? Share a photo in the Comments and tell us how you’re using it.More:Tour 7 Stunning New York Gardens9 Urban Gardening Tips From Hong Kong Rooftops

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John Hill added this to 12 Predictions for Architecture in 2013Dec 23, 2012

Community gardens. One more piece of the AIA survey is the desire for community gardens. Using open space for flowers, vegetables and other plantings not only allows vacant lots or rooftops to be used beneficially, but it lets neighbors meet one another, fostering connections in what are typically seen as anonymous locales.See more about the garage-top garden shown

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Annie Thornton added this to Community Thrives Along With a Garage-Top GardenNov 20, 2012

Designed and built in seven months on a $150,000 budget, the community-run roof garden was created by designer Nicole Kistler, landscape architect Eric Higbee, the community of Queen Anne/Uptown and the P-Patch Program of Seattle.

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Chris Lavoie added this to Domaine OfficeMar 29, 2018

Bring food trucks in for events

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blackcloud9 added this to five pointsFeb 1, 2018

Community garden. Unused space atop a parking garage was transformed into a productive community garden. Even in a much smaller space, think of how collaborating with neighbors could yield interesting results. Just a few raised beds can produce enough fresh flowers, herbs and veggies to share.Tell us: Do you have usable space on your roof? Share a photo in the Comments and tell us how you’re using it.More:Tour 7 Stunning New York Gardens9 Urban Gardening Tips From Hong Kong Rooftops

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Lorinc Hever added this to RooftopAug 20, 2017

Seattle rooftop garden. Check the plants

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Baudelio Castrellon added this to Airstream ideasSep 26, 2016

Don't forget to surround your self around Mother Nature. Even if it is plants and resources

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James Turner added this to Audubon ExteriorJan 24, 2016

If I can't have my 1951 Spartan 35 footer in the house, the roof would work!

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