In the near future we can imagine a garden that reappropriates everyone’s space and connects it in a new plant network. A garden in movement, which does not want to be contemplated, but walked, experienced and crossed. The road becomes a garden. The project is proposed as a sequence of replicable plant lines that exploit the urban infrastructure to structure themselves and form a linear garden. Following roads, widening and narrowing, adapting to pavements, recovering space, gaining space, binding the void as a resource. The green space becomes a backdrop for movement, a garden for everyone that speaks to the urban space, that does not hide but asks to be shared and experienced. A potentially infinite garden with a reduced planting width, which exploits the continuity of vegetation to define itself as an entity and go beyond the concept of a flowerbed. A system to be proposed in urban spaces to create widespread, sustainable green networks which do not consider the use of annual or high-maintenance plants. A Mediterranean scenario on the move, using the adaptability of Mediterranean species to difficult urban conditions and rapidly changing climatic conditions.