Living
Plant Walls

Create the Indoor Oasis that makes
clients and employees feel and live
like their best selves.

What are Living Plant Walls?

Living Walls provide the structure for placing living plants in vertical spaces both indoors and out. These systems include the growing medium, irrigation, and drainage that allow the plants to thrive and contribute to healthier spaces.

Connection to Nature

Acoustic Comfort

Air Purifying

Beauty

About Living Plant Walls

Proven to help with the important subject of Health & Wellbeing, Green Walls help earn LEED credits and WELL Building Points under the Mind and Nature features.


Plants walls can effectively be used on both Interior & Exterior walls, promoting biophilia and biodiversity. From large, multi-story projects to smaller opportunities there is a system that will work for you.

Indoor Environments that contain Living Plant Life Provide:

 

  • 10% Increase in Focus
  • 12% Decrease in Stress
  • Air Purifying Benefits
  • WELL Building Feature Credits

 

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Our Living Walls

The Process

Initial Consultation

Design

Production

Installation

Maintenance

POD SYSTEM

After years of servicing live walls our team of experts are pleased to present this system as the answer to the many issues of the popular tray system. Designed to eliminate frustrating pests, be easier to maintain and keep plants healthier longer.

Plant Wall Technology

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Enclosed Irrigation

These PODS interlock with each other, enclosing the irrigation system which prevents leaves, soil and other organic matter from entering the irrigation paths.

With competing systems this is an issue which leads to clogged irrigation as well as providing a breeding ground for fungus gnats and other pests who feed on the damp, decaying organic matter. The POD System eliminates all this and creates a clean healthy environment.

Larger Growpots

  • The standard tray system uses 4″ grow pots to reduce visibility of pots in living walls. Less soil means a smaller root ball which results in plants drying out between watering sessions, leading to water stress (wilting, dying plants).
  • Our system used 6″ grow pots, allowing plants to grow a larger root ball, retaining moisture longer, and reducing water stress*.
  •  Less water stress = less plant replacements = cost effective in the long term.
*Water stress happens when a plant goes too long between watering sessions, and the soil dries out before being watered again. 
6 inch growpot vs 4 inch labels
6 inch growpot vs 4 inch labels

Larger Growpots

  • The standard tray system uses 4″ grow pots to reduce visibility of pots in living walls. Less soil means a smaller root ball which results in plants drying out between watering sessions, leading to water stress (wilting, dying plants).
  • Our system used 6″ grow pots, allowing plants to grow a larger root ball, retaining moisture longer, and reducing water stress*.
  •  Less water stress = less plant replacements = cost effective in the long term.
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Easier Maintenance

All the Benefits and Features we’ve covered about the POD system add up to a primary benefit: EASIER MAINTENANCE.

  • The secured plant pots ensure that plants aren’t knocked over (indoors or out). 
  • The enclosed irrigation prevents pests and decay buildup, which would lead to irrigation issues and more maintenance calls.
  • The self-irrigating system ensure that plants are not sitting in too much water or not receiving enough. 
  • Larger plant pots mean a larger root ball for each plant, reducing water stress as well as how often plants need to be replaced.

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