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Go Green with a Living Wall

This year we saw the trend of a horizon, living wall and green roofs.

There are some suggestions from us to go green with a living wall or roof.

Cover the garden shed with living wall panels

Most gardens have a shed for store tools and unwanted furniture etc. It sits at the bottom of the garden and looking rather tired. Revamp the shed by stable green wall panels on to create an instant living wall.

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Rooftop living wall

Want to make the rooftop greener but don't get enough sunlight, no water pip, soils too mess and too heavy. Artificial mixed plants hedge panels have such assortment of fern, ivy, boxwood, grass. It is as realistic as the real live plants.

rooftop-living-wall

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Why this Garden Works


Each article is presented by landscape designer, Tracy Rich, who will examine a single garden and provide design tips based on that garden's layout, materials and planting.

Tuinen Mien Ruys

Mien Ruys' own garden in the Netherlands is the ideal place to start a new series on design articles on 'Why this Garden Works'.

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Lan Su is a great example of urban garden design. Its whole purpose is to help people relax and to inspire creativity by connecting with nature, even in the centre of town. 

Hauser & Wirth Garden

The main wow factor of this garden is the large perennial meadow out the back called Oudolf Field after its famous Dutch designer, Piet Oudolf. However, the gallery complex also contains some other very interesting spaces.

 

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