Florafelt Living Wall Systems are used by architects, landscapers, interior designers and homeowners for living wall or vertical garden installations all over the world. Nothing makes us happier than receiving photos of these lush ever-changing creations. Let their astounding vision, botanical creativity and sheer excitement inspire your new plant wall – and remember to send us a photo of yours.
Conservatory of Flowers Entry Vestibule Living Wall
This beautiful living wall has been growing and evolving since 2014. Cared for every Monday by Conservatory volunteers and staff it has been modified and manicured to perfection. The Florafelt Pocket Panels living wall system was donated and installed by Chris Bribach of Plants On Walls. Special thanks to Mario Vega and Steph Kantorski who keep it so beautiful and interesting.
Curved Living Wall at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers
The Vertical Planting Company Amsterdam
Amsterdam designer Joris Bunschoten of The Vertical Planting Company worked architects to integrate a green wall element with this modern residential facade. Florafelt Pocket Panels are neatly set in frames and provide easily maintainable pockets for an active living garden.
San Francisco Botanical Garden Bookstore
Over 200 species are living in this living wall at the San Francisco Botanical Garden Bookstore. Located at the main entrance it showcases specimens from their prized collections. The Florafelt Pocket Panel system was donated by Plants On Walls and installed by Chris Bribach and Steph Kantorski. Lovingly maintained by bookstore manager, Dennis Guttman and volunteers.
BuroHappold Los Angeles Living Wall by Florals by Mitzi
San Francisco Office Living Wall by Duviv Gardens
Living Grotto Installation by Living Green Design
Living Green Design created a living architectural sculpture for the Sunset Celebration 2014 garden tour exhibition. Landscape Designers Davis Dalbok and Brandon Pruett used and exotic array of plants to dazzle the eye. A sculptured steel frame was woven with Florafelt Grow Strips then irrigated at the top.