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GSky Plant Systems: Beautiful Living Walls & Green Roofs — Store Profile

What's not to love about vertical gardens and green roofs? The actual task of making them, maybe? No worries, GSky Plant Systems can do the work for you. The company has installed over 50 vertical gardens in North America, and offers four different systems based on size and complexity needs — indoor...
  • DEJAN VUKOVIC

    Vertical Gardens: Green Wall And Green Roof

  • Jeannie Donahue

    The green wall at Longwood Gardens - currently the largest indoor living wall of its kind in North America.

  • Kirsten Oulton

    Longwood Gardens is set to unveil North America’s largest green wall installation tomorrow! The extraordinary vegetated wall is installed at the historic garden’s new East Conservatory Plaza. The hallway’s radius creates an endless façade of ferns, and the expansive skylights flood the space with light to create an indoor green utopia. The system acts like a green lung for the new facility, and it was designed by GSky to be fully automated so that maintenance is reduced.

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