living greenwall

Battleby

This livingwall was installed at the headquarters of Scottish Natural Heritage to trial greenwall systems for the Scottish climate and showcase local species. It was planted with the help of staff and now acts as a welcome board to the centre. The vertical garden system was brought from Bristol by Livegraft, with local plant species and substrate used, with an irrigation system drip feeding the back of the panels.

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Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
The living wall panels are fitted in place.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
The staff begin to plant up the greenwall.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
We co-ordinated planting workshops with staff from across the organisation.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
Ferns, alpines and wildflowers native to Scotland were sourced locally.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
This living greenwall, one of only a few in Scotland, starts to come together.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
We also integrated LED downlights into this vertical garden project.
Livingwall Greenwall Vertical Garden in Scotland
The end of the days planting, with the plants ready to begin growing on within the stunning grounds of Scottish Natural Heritage headquarters at Battleby, Perth