Years of finesse has allowed Benjamin Heim create this botanical masterpiece for his clients vertical garden in San Francisco. The living wall started with mostly ferns and has evolved into an intense mixture of exotic species inspired by curiosity and experimentation. The result is astounding. An aging bromeliad squeezes into it's home while rooting into … Continue reading Landscape Architecture Student Benjamin Heim Grows Inspiring Things with Florafelt
Laura Mast of Kingwood Center Gardens adds an exciting new addition to their showcase greenhouse.
Luxury remodel in San Francisco's Cole Valley gets a big dose of urban green.
Grateful for the spent fury of Jonas, our thoughts turn to that other superstorm, Sandy – and recall a vertical garden so tough, a historic hurricane couldn’t bring it down.
Seth Stottlemyer’s first vertical garden is a stunner! Trained in Washington, DC, apprenticed in New York, and now headquartered in Sarasota, this entrepreneur brings a little northern exposure to the sunny South.
Holy bromeliad, Batman! Jeffrey Allis of Tru Vine Design creates spectacular living walls and adds real value for his clients just by looking around.
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.
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.”
Florafelt Wall Planters are employed to grow a variety of vegetables at a sustainable future farming concept greenhouse.