The Plasticine Garden by James May is a first for the Chelsea Flower Show in England. Never before has an entire courtyard space been built from children’s modeling clay. He jokes, that it doesn’t required watering or weeding.
It’s hard to say what the staunch Horticultural Society types think of his art at their show, but it is a creative take on the theme.
James is hoping that someone will make a permanent exhibit of his display, saying they have uncovered plasticine samples nearly 100years old and it was still pliable.