We received an email today that speaks for itself:
Just wanted to thank you guys for your help. We purchased a TerraScreen through The Plant Ranch in Denver. We had to meet a deadline for a grand opening and because of your help we made it! At the grand-opening people were gathered around the wall, smelling the herbs, talking about how to use them and generally really getting into it.
The email, from Jean-Pierre Sijmons of City Plantscaping, was great. They installed a double-sided TerraScreen with herbs on one side, and tropicals on the other. Again, directly from his description:
City Plantscaping installed a movable edible wall at the new LEED designed, Total Longterm Care state-of-the-art headquarters in Denver.
The wall is placed in their lunch room to provide the employees with herbs and vegetables and show TLC’s commitment to sustainability. The wall is double sided and has besides a herb vegetable side, it also a decorative tropical plant side. The wall can be easily moved and used as a divider in the lunchroom.
the "other" side!
Our thanks to Jean-Pierre and our friends at the Plant Ranch!!
all photos couresy Scott Doman, Water Logic Technologies
We were delighted to be chosen to provide the planters and irrigation systems for the on-structure planters at the brand-new Ritz-Carlton Destination Club in Vail, CO this past spring. The project was specified by SE Group from Burlington, VT (who ought to know a thing or two about designing ski locations), and installed by Rocky Mountain Custom Landscapes. Recently our mountain-states representative Scott Doman visited the site, and sent back this description and the attached images.
TerraScreen TW-7049 covered with poinsettia plants - photos courtesy of Bristol Botanics
It’s not quite time for Christmas, but we just got great photos of two TerraScreen interior greenwalls that our friends at Bristol Botanics put in last Christmas at the Denver International Airport. Both these walls were on stands that we created especially for the application,which we have since made into standard product. Rich at Bristol went through a lot to make these work – we used commercially available leg-sets, which weren’t up to the task of supporting the weight of the poinsettias. He was creative, and used wire to anchor the top of the frame to the back of the leg. In the meantime, we’ve made sure to beef up the legs! It’s a great application, and one that we hope our interiorscape clients reproduce this year.
BTW, if you saw the email, twitter or facebook feed for this project, I spelled poinsettia wrong. It has been duly noted and corrected in the post!