Follow the four easy steps below, as shown in the photos, to create your own pop up wall gardens on street level (illegal?) ad space.
First, cut out a triangle shaped area from the plastered paper on the billboard, peel it back and staple it to the wall. Fill the makeshift pot you just created with soil and plant your
Theses efforts are not to be confused with Wolly Gardens, who created pop up gardens in at least four locations throughout the city two weeks ago, (the one in Soho is already gone!) with plans to hit more spots as the summer continues. They told Gothamist the gardens are "...gifts to help beautify NYC this summer and encourage New Yorkers to sign up to help plant even more gardens."
In a similar vein, you might recall Posterchild's efforts in NYC, repurposing newspaper boxes as planters.
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