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WASHINGTON, DC- JUNE 18: The Phantom Planter, AKA Henry Doctor got permission to install scores of plants around the Federal Aviation Administration building in Washington, D.C. It seems however, that the artistic trellises he used (shaped poles as high as 25 feet) were deemed a... The Washington Post/The Washington Post/Getty Images


 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
Planter Pole Trellises May Come Down at FAA Building
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
CEO Of United Airlines And FAA Chief Testify To Senate Committee On Air Traffic Control Modernization
 
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