There is so much that one can do and discover in the jungle. Like the other day, while I was developing the 'sassy pink' footpath I came across a few rotten pieces of wood that have decorative as well as utilitarian potential. If there were swept on the beach they could very well be called driftwood. They look seasoned and resembled attractive art pieces by nature's handiwork. With its core rotten and hollow, I decided to make it as a plant container.
A view of the display to indicate the placement of the heliconia flowers inside the core of the rotten piece of wood .
The meter long wood with a string of the heliconia 'sassy pink' bracts placed inside its hollow core. Shall we call this display....Pink sprouts?
Buffalo’s first green roof, ten years later by Elizabeth Licata - Buffalo is not landscape architecture central. Aside from a large Olmsted park system (that’s been adulterated in spots), I find many WNY public landscapes...
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