The Perez Art Museum (PAMM) in Miami needed a solution for dripping and maintenance issues at their famous living columns created by Patric Blanc, and Brightview Landscaping Miami turned to Florafelt Pockets.
A wall of plants is more than a beautiful home feature. It’s an entire community of living things. Together they have a life of their own and create a distinct personality. The leaves grow and move every day, creating a subtle but distinct change. It’a living ecosystem that’s complex and rich, and that’s why they draw our attention.
When a previous vertical garden system proved too difficult to maintain, Horticulture Therapist Alison McKim turned to the Florafelt Pockets system for a family healing vertical garden at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.
Christine Johnston designed and installed this lush botanical masterpiece at her Miami home. Inspired by Jeff Allis of Truvine Design, Christine used a Florafelt 24-Pocket Vertical Garden Planter and artfully filled it with an amazing tropical medley of ferns, begonias, ginger, anthuriums, bromeliads, heather, irises, aralias, ficus, coreopsis, jade, wax lily, bougainvillea, syngonium, medinilla, and orchids.
Hingetown is coming to life with Cleveland’s largest living wall taking center stage. Architect Marika Shiroi-Clark envisioned this neighborhood’s transformation by developing core buildings to build vibrant public spaces to the once-desolate neighborhood.