Okay, so these plant tags aren’t really for identifying what these common urban objects are, but they sure add a lot to the flavor of the town or neighborhood.
At least, that’s what the folks from Carmichael Collective are doing in Minneapolis. The tags they’ve placed beside objects you can pretty much find in every other lawn are slightly larger than the ones you’ll see beside plants in pots, but they pretty much contain the same elements: the common name of the object, its “scientific” name, care instructions, and the object’s placement.
As you can see, there’s one for hydrants, one for mailboxes, as well as No Parking and STOP signs. Be sure to check out the full collection over at the Carmichael Collective.