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Stylish Jungle Living Wall at Population Hair Salon

Good styling comes in all forms, including hair and atmosphere! The inventive staff at population hair salon in San Francisco’s Mission district create a singular experience for clients using plants, one of the best methods to scrub toxins from the air and naturally soothe the spirit.

Population Hair Salon Living Wall in San Francisco Mission District grown in Florafelt Pockets.

After years of growth, a sprawling jungle effect has emerged, near the washing station which helps create a spa-like environment. Owner Brian installed a living wall in his first location and customers found it so exciting he planted another in his second location even before it opened.

Aerial Roots of the Philodendron Monstera add mystery to a living wall. Population Hair Salon in San Francisco. Grown in Florafelt Pockets.
This living wall adds a unique experience to the salon’s hair washing stations. Population Hair Salon in San Francisco. Grown in Florafelt Pockets.

A drip line nourishes the Florafelt Pockets wall from the top. Excess water collects in the bottom gutter that directs it to a drain. 

The salon’s prep station is incorporated into the living wall where irrigation connections are also made. Population Hair Salon in San Francisco. Grown in Florafelt Pockets.

This wall has become a San Francisco landmark, elevating the prestige of a superior salon with an eco-friendly embrace of the city’s history and ethic.