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Green Walls Designed for Longevity: LiveWall Vertical Garden

For architects, engineers, and designers looking to incorporate a foolproof green wall, LiveWall is the answer. Created by horticulturists, LiveWall is a vertical garden that works with a building’s structure. All components are included, making LiveWall easy to install and maintain.

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Green Walls Designed for Longevity: LiveWall Vertical Garden

LiveWall offers a complete integrated package featuring WallTer® wall-planters, RainRail® irrigation, and VertiRail® furring strips. This comprehensive system allows “you to create a unique visual signature for your designs… without risk.” LiveWall is low-maintenance too: automatic watering grows healthy plants and thriving wall gardens. The product’s TopSide® technology mimics the way plants grow in nature: the soil is oriented horizontally, and the system delivers water like rain.

Green Walls Designed for Longevity: LiveWall Vertical Garden

LiveWall can be installed on virtually any outdoor surface and on most indoor walls. And LiveWall LLC helps with installation by providing print and video guides. The vertical garden works in residential and commercial spaces—whether at home or at work, LiveWall will lower stress, promote relaxation, and even reduce noise.

For purchasing information, contact LiveWall at diysales@livewall.com or visit www.livewall.com.

About the Manufacturer: LiveWall LLC designs living wall products that feature integrated irrigation. Part of Hortech, Inc., a nursery based in Spring Lake, Michigan, LiveWall was created by horticulturist Dave MacKenzie, who is also the inventor of LiveRoof.

Posted February 14th, 2013 by Alicita Rodriguez


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