Breath of Fresh Air
We believe nature plays a vital role in creating a healthier and happier environment for people. Our living walls improve air quality by removing particulates and filtering toxins out of the air.
Built to Last
We grow our plants with love and care so that our living walls survive and thrive, even in the toughest climates. In fact, our living wall systems can withstand all four seasons- including Chicago winters.
Order and Installation
We’ll complete a remote assessment, custom design, and once approved coordinate with local greenhouses across the U.S. to begin growing plants in the living wall panels for 8-12 weeks. Then, we install your living wall to your location so you can start reconnecting with nature and unleash your productivity.
We monitor your living wall system in real-time to make sure that the living wall is receiving the perfect amount of water and maintaining the optimal moisture level for plants.
Good design considers the overall environmental impact from material selection to plant care. That's why we design with living wall systems that distribute the perfect amount of water to circulate evenly throughout your living wall.
Our living wall system is built to thrive in interior and exterior climates with full coverage creating uncanny landscapes. Our designers aim to create a sense of interconnectedness.
Green Your World
Our team will guide you through plant design, lighting, and plant care options. Green walls are dynamic--herb gardens continue to yield new growth; ferns become even more playful; flowers bloom in certain seasons.
No need for a green thumb. We’ve got you covered. Each living wall comes with a 100% plant replacement guarantee through our Plant Care program. Our team takes care of the rest.
Built to Last
Not only should your living wall be lush and green. It should last for generations to enjoy. Along with plant care our green walls are built to withstand the test of time.
Our living wall system offer air purification qualities to help breathe life back into your space. We use plants that are resilient and known for their ability to help purify air.
Living Wall Specs
Frequently asked questions
What plants grow in living walls?
There is a variety of plant species that can be grown in a living wall ranging from ferns to tropicals. When considering a living wall, it's essential to factor in the climate zone and whether the vertical garden will be interior or exterior. Exterior green walls are designed with local plants grown in the area due to their ability to naturally adapt. For example, an exterior living wall in Chicago may use shrubs and hardier plants than a living wall in San Francisco. Southern states like allow more freedom in plant species and enable the horticulturist to be more creative in plant design. Indoor living walls are designed with plant species that aren't found together, even in nature. We bring your vision to life and consult along the way to make sure your vertical garden is a living work of art.
What are the types of living walls systems?
The two most popular living wall systems are the panel and tray system. The panel living wall system provides flexibility to scale towering vertical gardens while tray systems are perfect for small interior landscapes. Both systems are required to have a plant program in place. For every beautiful garden, there's a green thumb.
How much does a living wall cost?
There are a few factors that affect a living wall quote. The climate zone, size of the wall, installation, interior vs. exterior, lighting, plant care, and plant design can drive living wall costs from $250 - $350 sq ft. The general rule of thumb is the larger the project, the less the price per sq ft.
Do living walls increase property value?
Research suggests a property that incorporates living walls or plants within the built environment can increase real estate value by up to 20%. Hotels, shops, and restaurants have been using green walls to create relaxing environments to market to green-conscious customers. Vertical gardens create the perception of value in the minds of the consumer, whether it's a product, property, or restaurant people are more likely to pay a premium. Studies have shown hotels with green walls have higher occupancy rates than those without a vertical garden. However, more conclusive research needs to be done before purchasing a green wall for the sole purpose of increasing property value.