Detroit is flourishing:Florists from across the country fill every nook and cranny of an abandoned house in Detroit with American-grown fresh flowers and plants
Lisa Waud, owner of floral design company Pot & Box, is turning an abandoned Detroit home into a Flower House. This October, she will collaborate with a group of florists nationwide to fill the interior walls and ceilings of the house with fresh flowers and living plants for one weekend. The home will then be torn down and repurposed for an urban flower farm.
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.
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