Monday, February 16, 2009

Giant Floating Flower Bed

I just do not think my house is quite big enough
for this hanging basket, but one can always dream.

This article was posted on my Google Reader
from Trend Hunter Magazine.

"The world's largest hanging basket has been created to
launch a new UK Hotel. Hotel Indigo, in London Paddington.
The giant structure is twenty feet wide, and ten feet deep,
weights over a quarter ton and hold over 100 different plants
and flowers."

For those who have not seen it, it is magnificent.
For the story go to:


gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

That is huge! That's half the size of my house :)

Susan Tomlinson said...

Holy cow. That's a big basket.

Marie said...

Amazing :)

Anonymous said...

I can almost picture the building leaning under the weight of the thing. I would think maintenance would be an issue. I'll have to read the article. Interesting.

cindee said...

Yikes now that is BIG!!! Can you imagine!!!(-:

Teza said...

I am always complaining about how incredibly small my gardening space is..... I think I have found the solution. Talk about a garden in a basket..... this gives it a whole new perspective! Thanks for sharing with us!

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Karen - An Artists Garden

Anonymous said...

Oh my word, isn't that magnificent?!! I'm off to read all about it! Thanks.

lynn'sgarden said...

OMG Lona! This basket would take days to deadhead and it's BEAUTIFUL!

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's amazing! Hope it's attached securely!

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

Who needs to deal with clay and rocks when there's a huge hanging basket available--and I'm sure it comes with only the best quality soil/compost mix, all ready to plant!! I'll have to read about it!

Monica the Garden Faerie said...

Wow, that's some hanging basket! And yet another excuse to fly across the pond... sigh.

RainGardener said...

Lona that's incredible!
Msrobin that was the first thing I thought of too. Hope it doesn't fall. WoW! It's incredible and I thought the ones in our little town were big and nice.