There’s no prohibited fruit in this Garden of Eden! A big thanks to gardenmasters Bannague Coteng and Junesay Bakala for snapping these photos of our pilot Ecobrick Food Forest Play park yesterday. See the trees laden with fruit and all the bushes with their edible leaves? That’s the idea! A garden you can eat as well as play in, filled with color, scents, and… transformed trash! Well… Ecobricks that is. The mango tree in the center circle is getting bigger, the bougainvilla is climbing up both sides of the entrance arch! Just imagine in a few years! Its like a painting in unfolding in 4D– length, width, depth and… time.

food forest

You can see a full gallery of the making of the Balili Elementary School Ecobrick garden here.