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Learn how to build and grow your own green wall.

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GREEN WALL

Green walls refer to walls with plants growing either directly onto a wall or on supporting structures, such as frames, that adjoin a wall. Green walls using plants that grow directly on the wall surface or on a support structure attached to the wall are generally called green facades. These systems generally have plants grown in the ground at the base of the wall and climb up the wall or use cascading groundcover plants grown in a planter box towards the top of the wall to cover the wall. Green walls that use a plant growth substrate contained within a structure attached to the wall are known as living walls. These systems often use repeating modules, with each module attached to the wall, and containing a growth substrate from which plants can grow in.

What is a....

GREEN WALL

Green walls refer to walls with plants growing either directly onto a wall or on supporting structures, such as frames, that adjoin a wall. Green walls using plants that grow directly on the wall surface or on a support structure attached to the wall are generally called green facades. These systems generally have plants grown in the ground at the base of the wall and climb up the wall or use cascading groundcover plants grown in a planter box towards the top of the wall to cover the wall. Green walls that use a plant growth substrate contained within a structure attached to the wall are known as living walls. These systems often use repeating modules, with each module attached to the wall, and containing a growth substrate from which plants can grow in.

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This website was developed in collaboration with UTS Shopfront at the Centre of Social Justice and Inclusion and the student Visual Communication team from the Faculty Design Architecture and Building at the University of Technology Sydney. Aaron Davis, Beth Sacco, Emma Lai, Leeanne Takashima and Lucy Ward were supervised by Claudia Leigh.