Luxury remodel in San Francisco’s Cole Valley gets a big dose of urban green. Florafelt Vertical Garden Planters are used to fill the 30 foot tall window well with ferns. Joanna Wong and Durkin Inc. created a living wall as a focal point for their luxury remodel located in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury area.
Project Specs – 16′ wide x 30′ tall – 6 planters wide x 15 planters high – Total 90 Florafelt 12-Pocket Planters – Total 1080 Plants: 6 inch potted Mother Ferns, Maidenhair Ferns, Button Ferns, Blue Star Ferns – Simple Drip-Irrigation at the top. – Floor Drain at the bottom.
Years of finesse has allowed Benjamin Heim create this botanical masterpiece for his clients vertical garden in San Francisco. The living wall started with mostly ferns and has evolved into an intense mixture of exotic species inspired by curiosity and experimentation. The result is astounding. An aging bromeliad squeezes into it’s home while rooting into a Florafelt Root Wrap. A spontaneous and inspired vertical garden masterpiece by Benjamin Heim of Groundcover Landscaping. Florafelt Vertical Garden by Benjamin Heim of Groundcover Landscaping
Florafelt Wall Planters are employed to grow a variety of vegetables at a sustainable future farming concept greenhouse. The entire vertical garden system was supplied by Eden Green Walls for the Humble By Nature’s Solar Aquaponic Greenhouse in Wye Valley, UK.
Chris and Gary used a 12-Pocket Florafelt Vertical Garden Planter to create an easy care succulent display for their San Francisco balcony. Succulents are great for saving water and can be hand watered weekly.
Dany Rojany of Bella Casa in Venice Beach, California created graphic designs that mimic the architecture with living succulents. The designs were created using Florafelt planters attached to a chain link support. The design was continued on both sides of this living fence above the interior courtyard water feature.
Living walls inspire people the world over! Here’s another great review:
“You’d be surprised at the number of positive comments and questions I get regarding the wall. We live at the top of Twin Peaks in a heavily touristed area due to the dramatic views of the city. There’s not a week that goes by where a few people don’t stop and ask how the garden works, many of them from foreign countries. I installed the automatic watering and feeding systems just as explained from the web site, so I’m able to say it is the easiest part of the garden for upkeep. Thanks again for the great product.”