Mr Green turns his trash into treasure.
Prepare to be amazed! Just look at that face, ladies and gentlemen. It is the face of, not only a gorgeous man, but a true genius.
Yes, Mr Green has done it again with his Robinson Crusoe act. Not one to shy away from the challenge of turning his trash into treasure, even I am impressed by this one.
The other week he took our broken plastic patio chair and gave it a new lease of life with a wooden leg. Now he has excelled himself again on the 3 R’s front.
We’ve been busy in the garden this week and had run out of pots for planting his tomatoes. A quick wolf whistle across the fence to our friendly neighbour and he managed to charm three unloved plastic troughs from her possession.
Alas, one was looking rather the worse for wear. In fact, it was just the sort of thing I would have dumped in the back of the car to be taken to its final resting place.
Not one to be lured by the call of the landfill Sirens, Mr Green put on his recycled thinking cap and came up with this masterpiece.
As we seem to find ourselves saying more and more here at zero waste towers – it’s not pretty, but it’s functional: