2014 SPECIAL: Living Plant Portraits
Plant portraits are similar to plant walls but are created using potted plants in irrigation trays mounted on a frame stacked in vertical rows. These are very effective when recessed into a wall setback or alcove, where the added depth is not as noticeable. From the front they appear like a the living walls when vining plants are used. Offered at a more cost-effective price, these can be quite the statement especially where space is limited.
Choose a 4ftX5ft configuration at $3000; a 6ftX8ft configuration at $6000; or any larger customized size at $125/sf installed including plants, irrigation tray system, and one month free maintenance. (For living walls see link under interior landscape button.)
The beautiful living wall we installed and maintain at University Park Airport in State College, PA is featured below. It has an exotic piece of granite in the center that provides a “sheet fall” water feature, adding a soothing touch and greening of the space for passengers waiting on arrivals and departures.
Here are pictures of the living wall we installed and maintain at Pattee/Paterno Libraries at Penn State University, University Park, PA. This three part wall enframes the window and adds a touch of life to the computer work station area for students and visitors.