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Osborne Architects
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Baer Retreat
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Solar panels, living wall, natives - great efficiency! Couldn't ask for anything more!
Plant wall and solar panel to new garage building.
The living wall from a distance.
House with Living Wall ~ Wow!
saltbox with living wall
Live while you build
Planted wall...living wall...Living plant wall...The living wall...Plant covered wall...living wall
“green garage wall” — kimgriffin521
Aquascape Inc.
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Beautiful Ponds in Downers Grove
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outdoor living
Osborne Architects
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Baer Retreat
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What plant is growing on the walls and does it do that naturally or do you have to train it to?
How is the planting on the wall achieved?
Many little plant in baskets of dirt, designed by Rana Creek Design ranacreekdesign.com
The plants make it look so romantic. Lovely!
living wall for our cement wall?
Native plants grow in a living wall designed by Rana Creek on the garage exterior. Bryce Parker garage doors and Il Fanale sconces add to the building's contemporary industrial look.
something oh so appealing about this expansive ‘wall hedge’. Not only does the green foliage help to camouflage a blot-on-the-landscape structure, the planting has a very natural, untamed quality to it, too.
“Wall” — julio_alden
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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Could you kindly tell me what base you used in which to plant this rooftop garden? how deep was your soil ?
what materials do I need and what type of plants?
in living room. easy care succluents
steps: Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays.Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays. Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
“Rooftop garden” — Ellen Tsang
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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I love the idea of growing plants, vegetation on the roof. are there big chances to have leaks into the hous
I live in Canada and we have to be concerned anout the weight of the snow on our roofs
Living roof. While it's not yet a replacement for all traditional forms of insulation, a living roof can reduce indoor
Cost range: Varies widely depending on where you live. You’re likely to spend $13 to $45 per square foot installed. Typical project length: A few days up to a week, depending on size. Best time to do this project: During planting season. Permit needed: Check with your municipality, as permit
determine whether your roof itself has the right slope to be a living roof. If it’s flat or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
“love!” — montgomery
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greenhouse Living
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awareness of regional native plants. Public university extension offices also have resources for native plants and wild plant communities, with a wealth of knowledge about what works best. Near me I have the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which even has a native plant greenhouse featuring seasonal
NATIVE PLANTS How to Find the Right Native Plants for Your Yard 1. Nurseries, university extension offices and farmer’s markets. Obviously, the first place you’ll probably look for native plants is at a nearby nursery. Hopefully you’ll shop at local,
seasonal sales, along with a trial and display garden full of local plants. You can also check out local farmer’s markets to see if there are any smaller start-up vendors with native plants.
“rocks used as bench” — 2buffy
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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the plants hanging over the retaining wall- what are they? Love shape
I need to break up the top of a hillside retaining wall like you did. What are the plants that are holding that lovely shape- they almost look like a hedge of some
I want to live here..... it's Amazing
distinct pattern to landscaping with color and size of plants
“Style” — pajarraconegro
Colleen Brett
Wyncote home - exterior
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A rustic number that gives the appearance the plants have made the old building
Rustic look and living roof (ideally a herb garden with a ladder so you can go up and harvest)
your plantings will take. They can also offer easier access to the waterproofing below and increased water retention.The downside is that you won’t have as much leeway in terms of creativity.
L’avantage des plaques modulables, comme celle utilisée sur cet abri de jardin, est que les plantes y sont
sont préplantées. Vous n’avez donc pas à vous soucier de savoir si vos plantes vont bien pousser. Ces plaques permettent également aux plantes d’accéder plus facilement au revêtement imperméable et améliorent la rétention de l’eau.L’inconvénient est qu’elles ne laissent pas beaucoup de place à votre créativité
“door” — jmshriver
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