Gibbon's Rent: Sponsor a Potted Plant

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  • Photo by The Architecture Foundation
  • Photo by The Architecture Foundation

Whether or not you know your peonies from your petunias, you are invited to play a key part in making our new community garden a green and pleasant place to rest, relax and enjoy. 

By pledging your support and donating a potted plant to the Gibbon’s Rent project you’ll be helping to transform a forgotten piece of the London Bridge area, creating a green public space for the whole community.

Launching as part of the London Festival of Architecture in June 2012 the project will establish a framework of large potted plants that allow space for the community to add their own contributions.  It is hoped that the space will grow and evolve over its lifetime becoming a secret oasis in this area of London.

Sponsoring a plant is easy - just select your preferred plant size from the dropdown menu below. Each plant comes with its own pot.

 

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Should you wish to purchase and bring your own potted plant please do so and bring to the garden.  Gibbon's is a public community garden that we hope will grow with contributions over time.

Gibbon's Rent plant donations are kindly supported by Tendercare

The transformation of Gibbon’s Rent was initiated by Team London Bridge, Southwark Council and The Architecture Foundation and designed by architect, Andrew Burns and landscape designer Sarah Eberle.

This project was made possible through the generous support of Team London Bridge, Southwark Council, The Peter De Haan Charitable Trust, NSW Architects Registration Board, Farebrother Chartered Surveyors, CPM and MACE.

Supporters

This project was made possible through the generous support of Team London Bridge, Southwark Council, The Peter De Haan Charitable Trust, NSW Architects Registration Board, Farebrother Chartered Surveyors and MACE.

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Team London Bridge and Southwark Council