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Florafelt Pockets Fill an Entryway with Life

Florafelt Pockets living wall by Chris Bribach of Plants On Walls for Fani Hansen Architects in San Rafael, California.

Hundreds of plants create a vibrant, thrilling welcome to a custom home designed by Fani Hansen Architects. Located in San Rafael, California, this amazing installation has been thriving for a full year with very little maintenance. Created from Florafelt Pockets and installed by Chris Bribach of Plants on Walls, the plants were selected for the indoor lighting and have become a harmonious garden.

Explore how you can include architectural details that bring so many plants into your life. Florafelt Pockets are easy to integrate into your designs. Simply plan for a water source that irrigates from the top and a drain tray for excess water. Or you can use a tank, pump, and timer to create a recirculating system.

Florafelt Pockets are planted with Root Wrapped plants by Chip Russell assisting with the project.
Florafelt Pockets living wall by Chris Bribach of Plants On Walls for Fani Hansen Architects in San Rafael, California.
Fani Hansen Architects integrated Florafelt Pockets into this custom home design.

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Modular Living Wall Units Offer a Green Experience

Florafelt Recirc-33 living wall units by John Kish of Somewhere That’s Green in Bend, Oregon.

Plant care guru John Kish of Somewhere That’s Green in Bend Oregon is excited to add living walls to his client offerings. Florafelt Recirc self-contained recirculating living walls have their own watering system. Pumps and timers automatically irrigate the plants. Tanks are topped off as needed.

Newly planted designs to look great from the get-go. As plants grow in, they become a whole another experience. John Kish is excited for the possibilities to add a beautiful green experience to homes and commercial spaces in the Bend, Oregon area.

Florafelt Recirc-33 living wall units by John Kish of Somewhere That’s Green in Bend, Oregon.
Florafelt Recirc-33 living wall units by John Kish of Somewhere That’s Green in Bend, Oregon.