The Art Space Portsmouth Garden.

Whilst visiting the excellent open studio day at Art Space Portsmouth I found myself discovering it’s truly spectacular urban garden tucked down the side. Going under the name of The Home Reforestation Project, the aim of the venture is “working to help people revalue the place of seeds in their everyday consumption of food through the practice of saving seeds” and is run by artist Hannah Gardiner. I fully urge you all to take a trip down to Brougham Road and immerse yourself in this calm slice of paradise. Not only are the gardening tips free but you can also walk away with one of their many edible plants free of charge. Further information can be found on their FB page.

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2 Responses to The Art Space Portsmouth Garden.

  1. This is such a good idea – I may have to take a trip. I am forever buying seeds with great intentions of eating home grown goods like something from the good life, but unfortunately my lack of knowledge fails me every time!

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