Gardening these days has been a healthy hobby for people from different walks of life. However, not everyone can do gardening as they please, especially those who live in small apartments or condominiums.
Luckily, this Japanese organization holds an annual gardening contest that gives those who love gardening a chance to showcase their creativity. Japan Federation of Landscape Contractors holds the annual Kei Truck Garden Contest which is participated by different landscapers across the country.
Kei Trucks are small flatbed trucks that are used in the construction and landscaping business in the country
So for those who love gardening, but do not have ample space in their homes, these designs are great and can be your creative inspiration. Who would think that these little trucks can make you incredible gardens, right?
1. Are you a coffee lover? This truck garden is great for those who love spending their mornings with a cup of coffee.
The bench looks incredibly smart and it looks perfect for lazy coffee days.
2. A landscaper made this garden with bamboos and waterfalls.
Additionally, the sound of the water falling through the well is a plus.
3. Here’s another creation for the water lovers.
Although some people would love to have fish in the waterfall, the lovely flowers add up to the refreshing aura of this garden.
4. Seriously. Who wouldn’t love to have a garden with lots of gorgeous plants and flowers in it?
5. This truck garden looks like a traditional Japanese garden.
The stunning red leaf brocade is partnered with traditional shoji paper door. Adding a hanging basket seat in here would be really cool!
6. As you can tell from this picture, one can never go wrong with a bonsai tree.
It is also believed that bonsai trees bring good luck to its owner.
#7. Looking at this vibrant garden sets your mood for hiking.
Admit it, you suddenly feel like going for a hike while looking at this cool truck garden.
#8. Meanwhile, this garden features brick walls that add drama to its overall aura.
#9. This looks like a picture-perfect garden.
#10. Now look at those gorgeous flowers!