BBP Retaining Wall – Baltimore   Completed in Late May and Planted in June 2011                  Grow-out Review Site Visi...
Hard to see from this distance, but plant growth is substantial                                                         8-...
The Carex has struggled in the intense heat, but looks like it will make it.                                              ...
Kamtschaticum is thriving                                               8-19-11              8-2-117-2-11               Fu...
Sporobolus is loving life. No mortality. Dramatic growth.                                                        8-19-11  ...
Guara had a hard start. A few didn’t make it (next slide). But they are                        looking strong now.        ...
There are just a couple spots in the wall with mortality. I think this one            was a small patch of Guara that didn...
Phlox really struggled in the June/July heat, but is recovering nicely.                                                   ...
Coreopsis is steadily increasing density and has gone to flower in last                           couple of weeks.        ...
Broader view of the Coreopsis                                                   8-19-11                  8-2-117-2-11     ...
Looking down the wall, the vegetation is becoming more dominant.                                                          ...
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Living Wall Case Study - Aug. 2011

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This slideshow details the early life of a SmartSlope Living Retaining Wall project in Baltimore, MD and its plant grow-in progress since initial planting. The planting plan on the first page shows the plant species, location and number. The remainder of the slideshow details the plant health and progress over a number of maintenance visits during its first season of growth. http://www.thelivingwallco.com

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Living Wall Case Study - Aug. 2011

  1. 1. BBP Retaining Wall – Baltimore Completed in Late May and Planted in June 2011 Grow-out Review Site Visit August 19, 2011 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  2. 2. Hard to see from this distance, but plant growth is substantial 8-19-11 7-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  3. 3. The Carex has struggled in the intense heat, but looks like it will make it. 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  4. 4. Kamtschaticum is thriving 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  5. 5. Sporobolus is loving life. No mortality. Dramatic growth. 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  6. 6. Guara had a hard start. A few didn’t make it (next slide). But they are looking strong now. 8-19-11 7-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  7. 7. There are just a couple spots in the wall with mortality. I think this one was a small patch of Guara that didn’t make it. Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  8. 8. Phlox really struggled in the June/July heat, but is recovering nicely. 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  9. 9. Coreopsis is steadily increasing density and has gone to flower in last couple of weeks. 8-19-11 8-2-11 7-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  10. 10. Broader view of the Coreopsis 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS
  11. 11. Looking down the wall, the vegetation is becoming more dominant. 8-19-11 8-2-117-2-11 Furbish Company LIVING ROOFS | LIVING WALLS

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