Look carefully at the below wagon water feature. That's right - this design
features a wagon with plastic and metal recyclables that have been turned into a
water feature. Absolutely blow-your-mind amazing re-use of items that would
otherwise end up in a landfill.
Made of recycled plastic, metal, and wood products, this wood-pallet bird house
display (below) is built to help inspire people to build a bird and wildlife protection
area in their community.
A salute to the "Paris Underground" was made in a wildly creative and popular sculptural floral design display. Individuals designed floral sculptures incorporating recycled plastics, metal, fabrics, and natural found objects. Do you see the "street rats" in the above photo? Well received, this display cleverly reused some items that would normally go in the landfill.
Attending the Philly Flower Show was inspiring to say the least - I look forward to coming back next year!
In accordance with the FTC Guidelines and WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that my travel and accommodations for the Philadelphia Flower Show were provided by the American Chemistry Council on behalf of the Plastics Make It Possible® campaign.