Tiny October Garden

This little natural garden is growing through tiny cracks in asphalt next to the railway.

It has miniature trees, grasses, moss, succulents and wild flowers.

It even has lovely autumn colors in October.

It is one of those beautiful natural Zen gardens, which have inspired countless human gardeners through all times.

A mini Zen garden modeled on this one would look wonderful on the desk.

Photo and text by Aditix. All rights reserved.


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19 Responses to Tiny October Garden

  1. scifihammy says:

    It is adorable! If only people would go away, and Nature could reclaim all the planet! 🙂

  2. luckykaye says:

    I love the way nature softens the hard edges of our world. Lovely!

  3. Laura says:

    I love the little plants that grow through the cracks.

  4. I love love love this. I saw the word “tiny” and got too excited. I have such an urge to pose a tiny figure there. But I have a feeling I live no where near there. I will have to discover my own tiny garden.

  5. Olga says:

    I do love this also. The wonders of nature finding a way.

  6. Amazing how nature seems to glow in unlikly places.

  7. DG MARYOGA says:

    They are not simply growing,they are thriving,dear Aditix!What a lovely arrangement and garden architecture in this asphalt plot!Love & hugs to you and the little green souls 🙂 ❤ xxx

    • Aditix says:

      Yes, indeed, they seem to be thriving there and they decorate this asphalt spot, so it looks beautiful.Thank you dear Doda, have a wonderful weekend. Hugs 🙂 ❤

  8. Liz says:

    The mini garden looks lovely. Is it a real garden or some really smart plants growing in an unbelievable spot. Is that pavement or what? Anyway they look beautiful and that’s what matters!

    • Aditix says:

      Yes, it looks very beautiful, especially with the autumn colors. It is a nature’s garden, created and sustained by nature alone.

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