Landscape designer Lindsey Graves of Living Green Design, San Francisco adds a striking mix of bromeliads and succulents to the entryway of a fabulous Pacific Heights home.
Floating above a reflecting pool, the living wall turns an interesting architectural feature into a stylized celebration of earth and water, nature’s most harmonious elements. The living wall planting grid assembles quickly using the Florafelt Pro System.
Once planted, Lindsey artfully added mosses to create fully filled lush living wall. Details are added to create this stunning living masterpiece.
Landscape architect Alec Hawley explores a dynamic collection of succulents for his own backyard living wall using the Florafelt Pro Vertical Garden System. Alec experimented with a wide variety of succulent species to identify the most successful for the environment.
A year after planting, nearly all have thrived and a sweeping expanse of color and texture creates a dynamic and exciting landscape element.
A wide variety of species are artfully mixed together create delightful experience.
The succulent garden is the focal point of the yard and provides a backdrop to the children’s play area. It’s an inspiring place to discover and learn.
What’s better than the gift of clean air? Thanks to her unique skills in green building and regenerative design, Amanda Goldberg of Planted Design has the air quality thing down, so breathe easy. Learn more about her vertical gardens, also available for rent, and innovative ideas that combine beauty with healthier air, inside and out.
Monet would be proud. Living Green Design is a noted San Francisco firm that, in their words, “takes a unique approach to garden design that crosses borders, styles and trends.” Their folks believe strongly that interior design, plantscapes and style should all connect to the exterior garden seamlessly. A vertical garden was an ideal way to incorporate this concept of unified indoor and outdoor living.
Designer Brandon Pruett of Living Green creates a vertical garden masterpiece with shade-loving coral bells, ferns and grasses with the Florafelt vertical garden system. He chose colors that added a vibrant and exciting touch to this Pacific Heights home in San Francisco.
Davis Dalbok of San Francisco’s over-the-top garden design group Living Green created a stunning masterpiece for the 2013 Decorators Showcase. Entitled ‘Birds Of Prey’ the walls were filled with grasses, conifers, and Maples to frame fine Japanese works of art also displayed in the outdoor courtyard.
Before the time of parklets, Parking Day was a way to express parking spots as mini parks, for a day. Mike Leon asked Chris Bribach to bring his early Florafelt vertical garden prototypes for an outdoor street side display. The framed panels were supported by a temporary metal structure and filled with hearty shrubs.