Friday, November 11, 2011

Longwood Gardens' Indoor Living Walls

A Series of 2011 Round-up Posts .. Stories & Photos
Longwood Gardens indoor living walls installed by Ambius, winner of the Hall of Fame Judges Award for creativity and execution at the 19th annual Plantscape Industry Expo 2011. 
Landscape architecture - Conservatory Plaza: Kim Wilkie 
These lush walls comprise more than 47,000 plants covering some 3500 square feet, including many fern species: Holly, Rabbit's Foot, Button, Asparagus and Maidenhair ferns. 

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful. It always amazes me how the power of green -- how it touches all of the senses -- to help us breathe.

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  2. Wow, impressive and beautiful! A waterfall of plants..

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  3. This is stunning! I'm fascinated by Living Walls, especially the ones kept indoors. So many different factors seem to come into play.

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  4. Thanks everyone for stopping by. I had hoped you would enjoy hearing about this installation!

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  5. Oh my goodness this place looks amazing! I am new to your blog and am so glad that I found it!!

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