Seed Spaces is a project which was initiated in Gent Belgium during the Communectivity Workshop held at the Voorhuit. Bringing together the tradition of allotment gardeners growing vegetables beside the train tracks, and the abundant spring growth evident between the paving stones in the urban centre of Gent, the project proposes the city as a utopic space, and builds a community of urban space dwellers through a simple action with ongoing effects. Seedspace gardeners are encouraged to make connections between places of plantings and other gardeners, with the ability to feed their stories back through the collective space of the website. Below is a map of the first seed plantings. We hope you continue to plant seeds and connect communities through the cracks of the cities.

[click on seeds below to see documentation and stories]