I just came across a set of photos from our trip to Kenya last year so will be posting some. First up, roadside nurseries. Not sure if this happens elsewhere or if it is a Kenya phenomenon but as we were driving along the streets of Nairobi, these makeshift roadside nurseries popped up everywhere. Locals selling affordable and accessible plants. Seems like a good idea to me!
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