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05/04/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Someone Planted a Bicycle Garden in Queens!

I was driving along Vernon Blvd in Queens when I spotted something you don't usually see under the 59th Street Bridge...

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A bicycle garden!

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Or, to be specific, a row of flowers made out of old bike parts:

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Very inventive stuff - check out this sunflower...

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The group responsible for this "Urban Garden" is the Recycle-A-Bicycle program, with help from a grant by the NY DOT. The Recycle-A-Bicycle program seems to have its hand in all sorts of New York programs, from salvaging old bikes to promoting bike use in the city.

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A small collection of flowers...

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Three more:

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Very cool. Check out Recycleabicycle.org for more info!

-SCOUT

More articles: www.scoutingny.com.

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