Coral Gables Green WallTropical Landscape, Miami

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alsanch513 wrote:Nov 20, 2012
  • lucilleperrine
    Wow! Gorgeous!
  • nancydesign
    I'm not sure on this particular application, but i would google living walls. I've seen several options. I finally planted very real looking "faux" plants in my living wall planters. i found it too much to keep up with the watering, having to clean my deck up after soil fell out of my living wall planters. (I've just recently moved to Texas, it was easily around 100 degrees daily during the summer) Last year i had no problems but this year i had an issue with bugs eating the plants (this is not the fault of the living wall) I saw a really cool application in the West Elm Store in downtown seattle, they had a huge living wall but had a drip system installed. These applications are great but they do require a bit to alot of maintance. Good Luck
djmhunt wrote:Jan 6, 2014
  • Rhonda Carpenter
    Absolutely stunning!!!
  • ianlane
    What type of Irrigation?
Nan McCormick wrote:Feb 2, 2013
  • Margaret Matrenza
    Love this wall, same question, how was it constructed
  • PRO
    ecopacheco
    With a custom made aluminum structure
dignam5 wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    ecopacheco
    The upright quality of these bromeliads prevent them from drooping
  • dignam5
    Thanks ... are they irrigated from behind the wall?
mareve22 wrote:Mar 4, 2015
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    ecopacheco

    This wall faces south/ west

carmenastridjaramillodemesa wrote:Sep 28, 2013
vanfar wrote:Oct 29, 2012
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    ecopacheco
    Aluminum structure

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creative jewish mom.com added this to Go Tropical the Easy Way With BromeliadsMay 27, 2013

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 of bromeliads into one widemouthed and low pot to produce a striking arrangement.

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