Here at Funky Junk, High School Horticulture students create unique garden displays. Part of what makes this different is the heavy emphasis on recycled materials and found objects, with the exception of the plants.
Come see the imagination and creativity of our local high school students. I bet you’ll even learn a thing or two about ways to make an impact on your own back yard and community.
2014 Funky Junk Creators:
“Funky Junk” (High School Competition)
Thank you to The ReStore for donating material to help build some of these gardens.
A.G. West / Black Hills High School
“Peak Finds” Scrap from the Woods
Created and built by the
Advanced Horticulture Class
Questions contact: Roger Bessey
Ballard High School
Le Loft d’Artiste
This project was made possible with generous contributions from The ReStore, Limback Lumber and Swanson’s Nursery and the hard work of the Ballard Botany team.
Nathan Hale High School
How Do You Grow Them So Big?
Designed by 1st and 2nd Year Horticulture Students
Thank you to local artist Jen Bay, the ReStore, and Maple Leaf ACE Hardware
Please support high school horticulture education by purchasing your veggie starts, bedding plants, and hanging baskets at our Spring Plant Sale — Tuesday May 6 to Saturday May 10. Visit the Nathan Hale High School website http://halehs.seattleschools.org/ for more information.