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lisa waud infills abandoned detroit house with thousands of flowers

Des fleuristes envahissent une maison abandonnée

Lisa Waud ambitionne de remplir en Octobre de 100 000 fleurs les 15 pièces d’une maison abandonnée de Détroit qu’elle a acheté pour 500$ en laissant carte-blanche à des fleuristes. Pour tester son projet elle a passé deux jours avec des fleuristes à placer 4000 fleurs dans la maison la semaine dernière créant ainsi une …

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Tour of Hamtramck's Flower House will stun visitors

Florist Lisa Waud recruited floral designers to make $250 vacant home bloom again, flower by flower, room by room.

Photo by Heather Saunders Last November, florist Lisa Waud went to a public auction and purchased an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan—sight unseen. Crumbling and condemned, the aging duplex was filled knee-high with trash, broken bottles, and even a dead dog. Her winning bid: $250. But Waud h

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Pushing Up Daisies: Inside Detroit's Flower House

In a small town just north of Detroit, Lisa Waud is breathing life (and death and life again) into an abandoned home where she opened her flower shop Pot & Box. With the help of Reclaim Detroit (who is salvaging and recycling most of the materials from the house itself), she intends to build a small farm–Flower House Farm–which will eventually supply her shop Pot & Box.