Exercise your green fingers with Lego gardens!

by Stefania Del Zotto on September 20, 2011

lego-gardens-interfloraFor those of you who don’t have a garden but want to exercise your green-fingered creativity then a Lego garden could be perfect for you. These little gardens don’t take up much space and, if you get bored with them, they are easily dismantled so you can start all over again.

The skills needed in creating a Lego garden could also be transferred to your own garden in terms of where you place large items, roses, flowers and pathways.

Have a look at the images below for some real inspiration!

lego-gardens-interflora{ Ben Pillen }

lego-gardens-interflora{ Carly Lesser }

lego gardens and flowers{ The Hoernersburg }

lego-gardens-interflora{ Punk Rock Garden }

lego-gardens-interflora{ Oridusartic }

lego-gardens-interflora{ Moc Pages }

It’s not just as simple as lining up some Lego bricks, though – real skill goes into creating Lego gardens in this sort of detail. A lot of thought has gone into the placement of flowers, crops, animals and water features in all of these creations.

If you are a Lego fan and fancy making a similar garden, then why not send us some pictures of what you’ve come up with. You can send them to stefania.delzotto AT interflora.co.uk.


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Stefania Del Zotto

I joined Interflora in May 2011. On the blog I will write about creative flower related top lists, how-to guides, interviews with experts, news on flower festivals and events. I am Italian, originally from the Venice area, and I moved to the UK three years ago to follow my love. I’m a creative person, I love cinema, photography, cats and all that is vintage! I’m a friend, daughter and sister. I speak Italian, English and I’m now studying Spanish.

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