Florafelt Pocket Panel Living Wall System

Chris Bribach demonstrates how to plant a Florafelt® 4-Pocket Vertical Garden Planter with Succulents at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers.
Chris Bribach demonstrates how to plant a Florafelt 4-Pocket Vertical Garden Panel with Succulents at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers.

Make Living Walls Easy

Our lightweight Florafelt Pocket Panel vertical garden system uses a unique method of pockets and wraps that make living walls easy. Florafelt Pocket Panels have a rigid back that support soft pockets for your plants. Unlike other products our unique patented system of synthetic felt and wraps let plants grow into the system.

The Florafelt Pocket Panel

It’s lightweight innovative design lets plants breathe and keeps walls dry. Hand made in the USA.

Florafelt® 12-Pocket Vertical Garden Planter. Made in the USA from recycled materials. US Patent 8141294.
Florafelt 12-Pocket Panel Vertical Garden System – US Patent 8141294
  • Water wicking micro-fibers wick moisture, roots grow into the felt.
  • Our handmade vertical garden planters are designed to use the micro fibers in synthetic felt so that all the plants are watered equally.
  • The felt is made from recycled plastic water bottles, a non-toxic nylon fiber that is indestructible and tough.
  • Pleated felt is stapled onto a lightweight plastic board.
  • Watered from the top, water wicks down to water each plant.
  • Unbound by the pockets, roots grow into the moist felt.
  • Patented pleated design keeps moisture in the system and the front dry.
  • The felt breathes to host living microbiology and healthy plants.
    Planting with some soil balances pH and stabilizes moisture.
Florafelt® 12-Pocket Panel Vertical Garden Planter. Made in the USA from recycled materials. US Patent 8141294.
Florafelt 12-Pocket Panel Vertical Garden System – US Patent 8141294
Florafelt® pocket panels are mounted to a rigid plastic board that keeps walls dry.
Florafelt 12-Pocket Panel Vertical Garden System – US Patent 8141294

A Framework For Life

This amazing material provides a safe growing medium that is pH neutral and non-reactive, so you can garden organically right on your wall – it’s even safe for vegetables and herbs! Roots grow right into the felt, which comes alive thanks to the microbiology in the soil.

Florafelt® Pocket Panel with newly planted with baby tears.

Swaddle your roots.

Root Wrappers are small squares of the same felt that make planting easier. They let you change and arrange your living wall at will.

Florafelt Vertical Garden Root Wrap by Siteworks Landscape Berkeley
Worker prepares root wrapped plants. Siteworks Landscape, Berkeley.

The non-binding wraps have a loose weave that let roots grow through the felt and into the planter. This let’s plants reach full maturity giving you a very long life to your vertical garden.

Installs go fast and let you be creative with your designs. You can combine multiple plants to create even more complex planting combinations. It’s like painting with plants.

Plant A Paradise

Florafelt Pocket Panels are modular so you can fill entire walls. Transform a gloomy window well into a fern filled paradise. Start small with a couple panels then add more as you learn how the system works.

Florafelt® Compact Kits vertical garden by Rebecca Sheedy, Floraform Design, Seattle.
Florafelt Compact Kits side by side. Vertical garden by Rebecca Sheedy, Floraform Design, Seattle.

Watch Our How-to Videos

Learn how to create simple vertical gardens with succulents and the Florafelt® System. Also watch how designers have used Florafelt® to create spectacular vertical gardens in our videos playlist. Sit back and enjoy our Florafelt Videos Page.

Everything You Need To Know Is Right Here In Our Free Online Guide

Learn how to create a thriving and successful vertical garden. Full of details on placement, lighting, exposure and more. Features drawings, diagrams, and spec sheets

Check out our online Florafelt Vertical Garden Guide

Florafelt Vertical Garden Guide
Florafelt Vertical Garden Guide