This newly planted living wall shows how you can use color and texture to create a flow. Similar plants wrap around the corner to create a continuous feel. The initial planting starts small which allows the plants to naturalize to their environment and fill in the garden quickly.
Designer Gregg Pulisciano of The Geek Garden transforms an outdoor patio with a gorgeous living wall. What was an uninviting space under the stairs, is now a spectacular focal point garden. Lightweight and flexible, Florafelt Pockets allow for unexpected design solutions.
It sure was a cool experience putting this wall up. I like how versatile & easy the system is to install. For this install I modified panels to fit the angle that were trimmed to size. It still worked as normal as an unmodified one. Good stuff!
Overlooking the Florida intercoastal waterway from Siesta Key, a floating array of ferns and philodendrons create a gently framed surround for an elegant buddha. It’s the ultimate experience for an outdoor dining patio.
Vibrant plants highlight a powerful buddha sculpture. The contrast creates a forceful sensation made light and airy by delicate pteris cretica ferns.
This high-design home requires a deliberative touch for installation and maintenance. This is where the Florafelt Pocket System shines. Florafelt Wraps contain the soil and roots, allowing precision artistic modifications. The wrapped plants also allow Seth to change and maintain the wall as needed.
Seth Stottlemeyer owns and manages Oasis Gardenscapes, a successful living wall installation and service business in the Sarasota, Florida area. His projects range from luxury residential to commercial businesses, creating a mood and setting that only living plants can provide. Seth works with architects and designers to bring their vision to life.
A living wall of exotic tropicals turns a standard basement light well into a luxurious subterranean garden that enriches a home gym and dance studio.
The owners of this Palo Alto home asked Planted Places to bring a touch of nature into an active space designed to encourage healthy living. In addition to freshening the air, the living wall is a singular expression of tropical beauty, vibrant with colors and textures. The owners were also thrilled to discover how local wildlife shared their vision of a natural shelter.
Architectural-grade Florafelt Pro System
Green wall expert and designer Christine Dunckley chose the Florafelt Pro System to transform the light well into a flourishing exotic garden. After waterproofing the walls, her team installed the Florafelt Pro System and planted the grid according to her design. Because the grids easily accommodate fully grown plants, it took a single day for the team two wrap and plant an instant tropical oasis. The Florafelt Pro System provides the ultimate solution for vertical landscape artistry, with room enough for a huge variety of leafy and flowering plants. The wall evolves as it grows, weaving a rich tapestry of colors, shapes, and textures.
The perfect place to nest
After enjoying their tropical living wall for a few months, the owners noticed two birds carefully tending one spot in particular. They made the exciting discovery they’d provided a safe haven for a local bird family! Sheltering in the foliage, this gorgeous nest of eggs is the purest illustration of a soothing, private oasis
A year later, the floating tropical garden at Plants On Walls showroom is bursting with life. The tropical vertical garden has been watered and fed using an automatic drain-away system. Bright indirect light is the perfect setting for thriving tropicals. Come visit our showroom at 1190 Bryant Street in San Francisco to learn more about how we create these delightful low-maintenance ecosystems.
Plants On Walls shows a 20′ x 7′ tall tropical vertical garden display for the 2010 West Coast Green Convergence in the main lecture hall. Also revealed, the Plant Habit, a compact self-watering garden. The display will remain for the duration of the event from Sept 30 to Oct 2 in the Herbst Pavilion at Fort Mason, San Francisco’s waterfront convention center.
The living 4 wall panels that were growing at Snidle Gallery in San Francisco were transported to the Saint Regis Hotel 5 blocks away to be displayed for the Sustainable Industries Forum. The mature living wall has been growing for 9 months. The 30 pound panels were supported by pipe frames to create a living backdrop for Buro Happold Consulting Engineers. After the one day exhibition the panels were returned to the sunny windows of the gallery.
Population Hair Salon on Divisadero Street in San Francisco (NOPA area) asked Plants On Walls to create a lush green jungle experience for their hair washing area. As the clients lean their heads back they will be enveloped in the tropics. Owner, Brian approves of the installation that was completed in one day prior to their soft opening. The entire system is on self-watering drip and drains to a floor drain on the back patio.
Lianne Gold of Neptuna Gallery hosted the display of our newest Floraframe 36-Pocket at her store front on Abbot Kenny Blvd., in Venice Beach (Los Angeles) California. The streets were flooded with visitors for the First Friday where shops are open late and the latest trend of gourmet food trucks line the sidewalks. The living wall display of colorful tropicals made it’s short appearance at Neptuna before being transported to LA Tropicals greenhouse showroom where it will be on view for designers and interior-scapers in the Los Angeles Area.