The Union City High School of Union City, NJ, turned to Raimondi Horticultural Group of Ho Ho Kus, NJ when they wanted a living wall to accent the entrance to their gymnasium. The time was tight, and the space was precise, but we were able to help them by creating a custom-sized TerraScreen system to make the project work.
The previous two posts about San Jose featured applications of Tournesol Siteworks pots and planters used to green the streets of Downtown. This post features one of the city’s most interesting experiments – widening the sidewalks. Continue reading The Greening of San Jose, Part 3
The City of San Jose has put over 300 planters in its downtown district during the past year, and nearly all of them have been manufactured by Tournesol Siteworks. The previous post showed the most recent installation of custom Urban Collection and Wilshire Box hanging planters. This post highlights previous work done in the same downtown area. Continue reading The Greening of San Jose, Part 2
The City of San Jose, CA, has made amazing strides in greening their downtown this year, and Tournesol Siteworks has been fortunate to provide pots and irrigation for most of the work. Continue reading The Greening of San Jose, CA
In part 3 of the Garfield Park discussion, we’ll highlight the green side of the installation. Continue reading Garfield Park Conservatory, Part 3 – Planting and Growing in the modules
One of the most frequently asked questions with the VGM revolves around irrigation. Continue reading Garfield Park Conservatory, Part 2 – The Irrigation System
We have so many pictures of the installation process for the Garfield Park Conservatory (a demonstration wall for the Chicago Park District), that we thought it would be easier to break this into different posts. Continue reading Garfield Park Conservatory, Part 1 – Hanging Rails & Module Ass’y