Grow Wilder and Designer Adele Howitt teamed up with artist, Peter Ronald Coates, to create two Surrealist Planters ‘Ce n’est pas un pot de plante’

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Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol. Member of the public photographing the display; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol. Member of the public photographing the display; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol. Debbie Gilmour; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

Grow Wild, Anchor Square, Bristol. Debbie Gilmour; Saturday 13th June 2015; ©Barbara Evripidou2015; m: 07879443963; barbara@firstavenuephotography.com

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The Planters and Freedom Festival

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Grow Wild Planters in Humber Street! August 2014

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Students get busy with responding to the brief…

Up-cycling the rubbish with Peter Coates

getting busy with discarded objects

more to add

lick of paint

adding the fauna

Grow Wild in Humber Street

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Grow Wild is funding Seeds for the Desert in partnership with RSA Hull and Hull School of Art and Design to create new art and ecology installation in 2014.  Grow Wild is a dynamic £10.5m mass participation programme, led by Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew to bring people and communities together to inspire transformations of unloved urban spaces, gardens and windowsills with nature into wildlife-friendly wild flower patches.  Pete Coates is currently collected lots of old stuff to reinvent the car as planter!

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Seeds for the Desert at the Freedom Festival 2013

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