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<p>There are indeed many examples of gardens in unusual or unexpected locations around the world. Some people create rooftop gardens in urban areas, while others cultivate gardens in deserts or even underwater. Each of these unconventional gardens presents its own set of challenges and rewards, showcasing the resilience of nature and the ingenuity of gardeners. <a href="https://www.paybyplatema.one/">Pay by Plate Invoice</a></p>
<p>If you're interested in hearing about other gardens in unusual situations, I would recommend reaching out to gardening communities or forums where people share their gardening experiences. You might come across stories and pictures of extraordinary gardens in unexpected places that will continue to amaze you.</p>

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Original Post by granddad2015

The Coastline Gardener

<p><strong><em>Did you know:</em>  </strong>according to Ordnance Survey,  there are more than 11000 miles of British coastline and except for cliffs, most of the coastline is tidal.  </p>
<p><em><strong>Did you know:  </strong></em>mine is the only tidal garden on the British shoreline.</p>
<p>…………………..  amazing,  huh 🙂 </p>
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<p>anyone else have gardens in unusual situations?</p>

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