1973 Pontiac LeMans flower garden, Cool or Crazy?
A few years ago somebody came up with the idea of creating a flower garden out of an old car, the designer picked up a 1973 Pontiac LeMans from a scrapyard and ripped out the insides of the vehicle to make room for his garden.
After gutting the car of its engine, transmission, glass, seats etc. the roof was then removed and used to line the engine bay. The trunk lid was used to line the trunk and the hood was used to elevate the passenger compartment.
Next, it was lined with chicken wire and landscape cloth and then completely filled with soil. A Master Gardener was then called to deal with the landscaping part and planted kale, chard, a blueberry bush, strawberries, and an array of other ornamentals and edibles.
This transformed Pontiac LeMans flower garden has been given the name Car Park and has been given a permanent parking space in the city of Vancouver, USA.
So what do you think, is this 1973 Pontiac LeMans flower garden cool or crazy?