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Plants are in pockets which hold soil and are squished together to grow a self sustaining wall!
private house | "villa cascais" | lisbon, portugal | architecture by frederico valsassina arquitectos | garden by vertical garden design.
Terrain's Long Vertical Garden is a rustic wood-framed box outfitted with fiber felt wall pocket planters made of 100 percent recycled fibers; it measures 24 by 22 by 2 inches and is $178 unplanted (a fully planted Vertical Harvest Garden is available for those living within a 30-mile radius of Glen Mills, PA, for $248).
Marshalls Living Street garden designed by Ian Dexter was one of the highlights of 2009’s Chelsea Flower Show. Although succulents, sempervivums and saxifrage are the obvious plants to use, designers are also experimenting with different perennials such as hostas, heucheras, epimediums, euphorbia’s and grasses.