Featured in Vail Lifestyle Magazine’s Summer 2014 Edition

Tuesday, August 5, 2014


Our Living Wall Planter is featured in Vail magazines Summer Issue!


Plants and People July 2014

Friday, August 1, 2014


Inspiring #PlantsandPeople photographs from this month’s instagram by @dippyegg_lucy, @maggiezulovic@skabdigbare@pauloctavious, @plantsofnature@centenarylandsc@melissasonico@anniemcelwain@mcontento13@joshualott, @anjerpanjer@s_pani@openjournal_neometro@lavicvic@calebthefox@laurenlemon@daisy8228@kcirred13@algybatten@laurenconrad@thelandofnod@jessicalefever@mikekus@byjust@kendrascreations,@cinders_rose@bethnaymollenkof@tucsoncactus@sashabenz@boltmobile@contessatessa@calme___@karendoolittle@onitsolutions@amandajanejones

Classic Wally Living Wally Installation

Wednesday, July 23, 2014


We’ve been making Wally for over 5 years now. Trevor Collins in San Diego shows us a classic indoor installation method. He’s growing Anthurium, Maidenhair Ferns, Pothos, Rubber Plant, Spider Plant, Calathea and Dracaena in his Pockets. Way to go Trevor!


Plantastic Mysteries: Bio-Electric Plants

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

photo by (Flickr/CCHarmon)

illustration via Engineering and Technology Magazine

Harnessing Solar Energy from Plants

According to Science World Report “Plants are tiny powerhouses. They have the amazing ability to convert sunlight into the energy that they need to conduct internal processes that allow them to survive. If it were possible to duplicate photosynthesis, a large number of the world’s energy problems could be solved. Now, scientists have made an important step forward when it comes to creating artificial photosynthesis. They’ve created a tiny “antenna” to collect sunlight that involves combining self-assembling DNA molecules with simple dye molecules.”

An article published in Wired magazine claims that “Scientists are researching the potential of photo microbial fuel cells, or photo-MFCs, which are essentially potted plants that act like miniature power plants and transform sunlight into electricity that can power iPads. They aren’t as efficient as traditional photovoltaic solar cells, but are more eco-friendly to manufacture.”

Plant Inspiration: Jerusalem Sage

Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Jerusalem Sage is a great summer flower with a nice pop of color. Add heat-tolerant flowers and features to your yard and enjoy their beauty all summer. Tall stems of these Mediterranean natives are set with widely-spaced, hooded yellow flowers. Moisture-conserving thick, typically furry or hairy leaves are lance-shaped. Pretty planted with lavender and red hot poker (Kniphofia ‘Bressingham Comet’).


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