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Bright Green
Outdoor Living Wall
Ideabooks22,644
Questions7
Succulant Living Wall in Outdoor Living Space
Love the wall. How is the structure created to support the plants. Is this a system that can be purchased ?
Hi, your wall is stunning! can you tell me how much maintenance is required?
plant a wall like this? How is it watered?
Our company Urban Landscape did the install and overall design of this properties pool, living wall, and outdoor living areas. Just making a note
Can you plant edibles on a wall like that? I have a small yard and would love to plant a vegetable/fruit/herb garden.
How much does a living wall project like this one cost?
Let them dry out between watering. That's how the clippings send out roots to anchor. They don't like to be wet all the time. When they are ready. Mount on metal cleats. Place your drip line at the very top. You don't need a lot of water. Good Luck!
“Jardin vertical” — mtfreile
Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
West 2nd Street, North Vancouver
Ideabooks4,521
Questions6
Love the pots on the wall
Apartment deck: Wall-mounted planters are great
Try a wall planting. Wall-mounted planters are great for adding extra green when floor space is at a premium. A slender console table is another smart addition to this patio, providing space for candles, watering supplies and extra seating tucked underneath.
Try a wall planting. Wall-mounted planters are great for adding extra green when floor space is at a premium. A slender console table is another smart addition to this patio, providing space for candles, watering supplies and extra seating tucked underneath.
1. Bring wonder to your wallsWall space
space is precious collateral in urban balconies, so make the most of it. Wall-mounted planters add life to plain walls, and those without green fingers can hang a piece of artwork to create a striking focal point.
“on the opposite walls” — nilima_panda
Urban Green
Del Mar Contemporary
Ideabooks2,591
Questions2
These are real plants on the wall?
Trends Nursery. We used 10"x20" individual planter panels that were mounted to the wall on manufacturer provided strips. You can use multiple panels to create whatever size wall you want. A drip system was installed through the wall behind and ran along the top of each planter panel. We highly recommend
love plant walls - are they hard to take care of?
Wall planting mounted on fence by trailers park . Or big shaded wall planting
Wall garden , herbs and lettuce
Living wallsNo space on the ground? No problem - just move your garden onto the walls instead. A living wall is perfect for urban spaces and makes an unusual focal point. You’ll need expert help to design and install one, but it’s a great way of containing and controlling greenery in a small space.
“like the living wall idea” — morganagosselin
ecopacheco
4 Reviews
Coral Gables Green Wall
Ideabooks15,827
Questions6
How are plants attached or held onto the wall?
Love this wall. How did you construct it?
Love this living wall! How do you prevent the foliage from drooping and is the irrigation system hidden behind
Love this wall, same question, how was it constructed
I want to built the same wall but how will it be possible
Google Karoo living walls. built in drip system, water from the top and
photo) Love them! Plants seem to stay in no problem although I think I have birds that are exploring, so once in a while I'll have dirt below the living wall.
about this photo? The succulent plant wall
A jaw-dropping living wall of bromeliads is an aspiration for a serious collector. You can do something similar on a much smaller scale, and even indoors, once you become well acquainted with the needs of the bromeliad species you'd like to feature.In the meantime, try combining different types and colors
“ogrod” — sandrunia
TG&R Landscape Group
12 Reviews
Sherbrooke Residence
Ideabooks2,094
Questions3
What material was used for the wall cap? Color and manufacturer?
Stone wall to level yard
Half Moon Retaining Wall
retaining wall and the shed
Wall and window boxes
stone wall for elevated area
Wall with mix of rocks
stone wall with seat ledge
Bottom of garden retaining wall
Big stone retaining wall
accessory building...garden wall...Stone wall...retaining wall...like the wall...Short garden wall...The wall...Landscape wall...Rock wall...Nice wall...curved stone wall
“Wall” — lorikilburg
EcoWalls
Rittenhouse Courtyard
Ideabooks21,041
Questions7
Two 9' L x 9'H EcoWalls planted with hardy perennials, surrounded by a corten frame.
we have one of these living walls outside our supermarket, and what a wonderful difference it makes to a soul-less parking space.
The product is called an EcoWall living wall panel. It's a hydroponic panel so we plant in a series of inorganic media
I would like information about this leaving wall
All living walls require maintenance. This typically includes pruning, changing out the nutrients, checking on the irrigation system, and making any plant replacements that are desired. We often
media that is fed via an internal irrigation system. We've basically eliminated the need for soil in our living wall product. Feel free to check out www.greenecowalls.com for more information.
“green wall idea” — micwilk
Earth Art Landscape
5 Reviews
Intimate Space
Ideabooks1,489
Questions2
from Portola paints, brings a bold vibrant tone to the patio. The backdrop of bougainvillea, potato vine, and lavender add vertical interest to the wall. Mike Woodall
Where can i find a similar wall trellis?
mounting iron decoration under horizontal rectangular window idea
Metal Grills on Wall and Lavendar - Good Landscaping
“trellis and bench” — sharoncolgan
Bright Green
Succulent Frame
Ideabooks20,159
Questions6
Flora Grubb Designed Living Art piece, using Bright Green Living wall planter
can this plant wall overwinter in Albuquerque?
no sure, but it looks like a living wall to me, not a tv or painting.
enliven a living wall, complementing the greenish blues of the glazed pottery in this patio at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. I love how the cool greens pop against the red corrugated siding.
3. Plant a wall garden. As intricate and beautiful as a work of art, a wall-mounted garden can be the
Another option for growing succulents vertically is using a Living Wall Planter from Bright Green. Bright Green sells planters with a moisture mat that keeps watering simple and doesn't require removing the frame from the wall.
“patio4” — Maria Alfonzova
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