A Billboard Designed From Plants

This 60-by-60 foot plant billboard, located in the Philippines, is giving something back. The Fukien tea plant design absorbs air pollutants and offers a visually appealing alternative to traditional outdoor advertising. According to botanist Anthony Gao, on average, each plant can absorb up to 13 pounds of carbon dioxide in one year. Given the number of plants used, this billboard will absorb a total of 46,800 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.




Other facts about the billboard:

• Design consists of 3,600 recycled pop-bottle pots
• Potting mixture consists of industrial by-products and organic fertilizers
• Drip irrigation system allows water to drip slowly to the roots of plants through a              network of valves, pipes, tubes, and emitters saving water and fertilizer



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One Response to A Billboard Designed From Plants

  1. Bob Roggenkamp says:

    Cool. What will they think of next?

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