A new colorful artwork at SkyHouse, Downtown Orlando.
At 8 feet high and 60 feet long, Paper Gardens brings 1400 cubic feet of vibrant color to Downtown Orlando.
Seven major ecosystems are recognized in Florida, with as many as 82 distinct plant and animal communities. The combination of vast water sources and flat landscapes make changes in elevation transformational for these ecosystems. The range of environments, from marshlands to arid desert, creates an incredible array of colorful foliage unique to Florida. Paper Gardens showcases some of Central Florida’s most exotic, native plant life in exaggerated colors for a striking and educational street-scape experience. Installed in 2016, on permanent view at 335 North Magnolia Avenue, Orlando FL.
Plantlife on view: Monstera Deliciosa, Bromeliad Flower, Abyssinian Banana, Water Lotus, Dwarf Palmetto, Sago Palm, Taro Plant, Elephant Ear, Snake Plant