This is more of a repurpose. It’s also a personal effort.
Many of us have plants growing around the yard, in pots, tins, whatever.
I began to get so many for the yard, that I did this…
I used them to make a barrier on the footpath (sidewalk for our American cousins) to prevent vehicles parking there.
Parking on footpaths is epidemic in Brazil, illegal, but everyone does it.
My fear is that the continual weight of cars, and if some idiot parks a truck there, will break the thin unreinforced concrete.
I have another almost ready to add.
The stones are the type used to make the old style roads here, you can find them around the streets. I do and carry them home to repurpose…
The Siamese type cat is the one that is in the process of adopting me. Kitty (pronounced Kitchy in Portuguese) has a belly full of paws and claws, and decided that my place and me are better than her current situation. Last night she got brave enough to jump up on the sofa for the first time while I was watching TV for a stroke. I feed her because she started coming here to steal Clorinha’s food, and I have guessed that she is not getting enough at home to feed both her and her extra baggage.
I realise that such a display on the footpath would be frowned on, if not illegal, in parts of the world where you would have neighbours and/or councils who would order their removal; which is why I live in Brazil and not the First World, my neighbours think it’s lovely despite the crappy looking tins. I am waiting for someone to offer me leftover paint… that I will recycle.
Ponder… why do Americans call it a sidewalk and not a footpath? I walk on my feet, not my side!