This empty lot feels a bit bleak as winter begins and a recent mowing has occurred, but don’t you worry, the Mugwort and friends will be back before you know it.
Photo by: Lindsey Ann Walker
Morning Glory in the Gutter, Tasker & Camac
A Tree-of-Heaven and other street weeds slowly encroach on a ditched food truck at the edge of Fishtown, Philadelphia.
Weeds taking up residence among discarded plastic in a fenced-off corner of a side alley, near the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland’s Old Town.
A discarded shopping cart rests in a vast and overgrown vacant lot near the edge of Port Richmond, Philadelphia. Queen Anne’s Lace dots the area with nice, white tufts.
Give a lush, vacant lot like this another few growing seasons, and we’ll have proper jungles here in North Philly. Long live spontaneous plants.
A discarded 40 oz. Budweiser bottle sits behind a wave of spontaneous Mullberry on a sidewalk in Northern Liberties.