Guerilla gardener tackles pothole problem with flowers
A gardener has taken a novel approach to combat Londons pothole problem, according to an article published by the Daily Mail.
Thirty-five-year-old Steve Wheen has used flowers - incorporated in wonderful arrangements - to fill the cracks and holes found in the capitals roads and pavements.
Wheens work has led many to dub him "the Banksy of the gardening world " - because of the similarity of his guerilla approach to that of the renowned graffiti artist.
Much of the gardeners work is featured on YouTube and has gone down well with most.
One person interviewed in one of Wheens videos, stated: "It is quite unusual to see greenery in a concrete jungle like Brick Lane (in east London). Its quite nice."
Some have, however, responded with less enthusiasm, with one man stating: "I see it as more of an aesthetic intervention than awareness of potholes."
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