|Invert d'H20 by Alexandre Perrusson, Nicolas de Brignac and Frédéric Sérano|
|A terrasse inspired by Lenôtre by Bourgogne Création Paysage|
Twenty gardens, patios and balconies will be created by landscape and garden designers, while the outdoor design Village will bring together outdoor specialists into a giant pop-up store.
Students and professionals will also present ground-breaking projects exploring ways to invent a new urban nature, as part of the annual Contest for Innovation. This year's winner is urban artist Paule Kingleur, who created a container out of recycled materials, which can be fitted onto balconies, road barriers and public bikes, to grow vegetables and flowers.
|Dadagreen by Paule Kingleur for Paris Label|
Jardins, Jardin will run from May 31st to June 2nd, at the Jardin des Tuileries, Paris.
|City bench with vegetables in a greenhouse by Loïc Gestin Architectes|
|Klorofyll by Eugénie Pfeyl and Thibault Delefortrie|
|Pathway with floating gardens for Dunkerque by Sanne Van den Breemer, Ingrid Petit, Edward Schuurmans and Rob Wesselink|
|Squared vegetable gardens by Planteur des villes|
|Vegetagere by Frédéric Malphettes|