Vertical Greening

Our experimental vertical columns are starting to get their feet in.  Not bad considering it is into winter now and still some great colour coming from the climbers.  Hopefully they will hold on longer over the winter period aided by the protection of the boundary walls enclosing the space.  Also nice to see the Baby Sunrose working it’s way through the 3D mesh to add another player to the garden palette.

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What a success the Maiden Grass is on the roof garden.  The new inflorescence providing a soft fringe to the wispy grass all creating movement in the breeze.  We like to let the grass change colour to it’s winter form and experience the change in season.  Cut back after winter to allow the fresh new foliage to push through during the spring growth.

Old school plants like Stag and Elk Horns can instantly green a blank wall.  Just protect from direct sun and hot drying winds.

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A totally containerised garden with no link to natural soil, with a little TLC during the seasons and wonderful daring clients, it is truly amazing what can be achieved.