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The piece, dubbed the largest map of Toronto's watershed, catches rainwater from the roof and guides it down through the work, watering the succulents and other flora planted on the wall.

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Originally appeared in Evergreen Brick Works
on April 4, 2011
The piece, dubbed the largest map of Toronto's watershed, catches rainwater from the roof and guides it down through the work, watering the succulents and other flora planted on the wall.
The piece, dubbed the largest map of Toronto's watershed, catches rainwater from the roof and guides it down through the work, watering the succulents and other flora planted on the wall.

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