Green & Living Walls

University of Tampa

Living Fence – Church of Scientology

*Featured Project:  Florida Church of Scientology Living Fence

“Good Earth Plants designed and installed a living fence for the Church of Scientology in Clearwater, Florida.  We used a new product for the 30-foot long fence.  The living fence comes pre-planted with ivy in 4X6 foot wide sections.  The ivy is fully grown in with no wait time needed to fill up the grid.”

Good Earth Plants “worked with subcontractor David Butchko of Foliage Design.  It was a challenging installation made difficult due to the lack of direct access.  The planters and the living fence sections had to be carried up four flights of stairs.  The living fence didn’t easily fit into the planter due to the planter lip.  But nothing stops David and his team from getting the job done.  They worked through the challenge and everyone came out with a win and a happy client.”

*Reprinted with permission from Jim Mumford of Good Earth Plants.


Green Wall by our Miami office

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On Earth Day, Atlanta’s WXIA, 11Alive news station featured the new Three Ravinia green wall….stunning!

FDS Atlanta maintains the plants, keeping the living art at its best!

  • 15,471 plants, in 4” pots
  • 47’3″ tall x 53′ wide which includes both side returns
  • Plant List: Marble Queen pothos,cordatum, Neon pothos, Philo brazil and Schefflera Luseane

Shuttlesworth Birmingham International Airport

Shuttlesworth Birmingham International Airport For more information, please click here to visit our Birmingham website.



Green Wall on Mall Column

Green wall built into a column for a Wilmington, NC mall renovation. For more information, please click here to visit our Wilmington, NC website.



Exterior Green Wall

Delaware Valley Living Wall. The Living Wall installed was the EcoWalls system.

It is a circulating system to max the LEED Points, and building is LEED certified. Rain water is captured on the roof and fed into 3 “rain hogs” below the wall. The water is pumped through a filter and nutrient canister and back up through the wall into a drip irrigation system. Water drains into a drip tray and back into the hogs.

System is set to run 2 times per day for 4 minutes each. On-site maintenance is responsible to check the water level in the hogs once per week and add water if needed. Wall is serviced 2 times per month to check the systems, trim and remove dead leaves, and replace plants as necessary. Plants are perennials.

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Green wall by Miami Foliage Design Systems:

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