Inspired by Jackson Pollock, this enormous vertical garden will feature in a new community centre in Santander.
These stunning vertical gardens show how residents are taking a desire for green space into their own hands.
Why use petrol-powered tools when there are such adorable and environmentally friendly alternatives?
The family members thought that they were eating Tetragonia, or New Zealand spinach, but were instead ingesting a toxic plant known as Devil's weed.
The rooftop will be a hub for growing fresh, local produce using sustainable farming methods.
Studies show that growing plants can reduce stress and anxiety and even improve productivity when working at home.
I visited King Henry's Walk Garden to see how even the smallest of unused spaces can be used to grow your own fruit and veg,