Water and soil based planting scheme on London's Regent's Canal, N1
       
     
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Water and soil based planting scheme on London's Regent's Canal, N1
       
     
Water and soil based planting scheme on London's Regent's Canal, N1

Designed as part of a new development of permanent moorings by Davy Jones Boats called Haggerston Wharf and Gainsborough Wharf, the 40 metre long water and soil based planting scheme is intended to encourage biodiversity and wildlife on the canal, to be a garden for the inhabitants of the boats, and to offer a view, visible to the public from the towpath walk.

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