Maintenance-free Garden Installations for Interiors
Garden on the Wall®, established in 2014, is an award-winning provider of Turn-key “Maintenance-free Garden Installations created with all natural preserved plants. These long-lasting, maintenance-free gardens require no water, misting or irrigation, no light, and no soil but retain a vibrant, fresh-cut look and feel for up to 10 years.
With commercial clientele including Trip Advisor, Google, Microsoft, AARP, Hilton, Marriott, Grand Bohemian, Starbucks, Georg Jensen, ING, Wells Fargo, Hackensack University Medical Center and many more, Garden on the Wall® team is proud to have brought ‘Maintenance-free Nature’ to many projects across the US, including Hawaii.
Committed to product transparency and sustainable design, Garden on the Wall is the only garden supplier in the world with a published Health Product Declaration (HPD), which allows project teams to specify their products with confidence, and can help building projects earn points in LEED® 2009 and LEED® v4 for new construction, existing buildings, and commercial interiors.
Design that reconnects us with nature – Biophilic Design – is essential for providing people opportunities to live and work in healthy places and spaces with less stress and greater overall health and well-being. By eliminating the hassle of maintaining a living wall, Garden on the Wall® facilitates integrating Biophilic Design to everyday life.
The unique attributes of our Wall Gardens and the collection of preserved plant species available allow creation of lavish Wall Gardens suitable for a wide variety of applications including but not limited to Workplace, Hospitality, Retail, Healthcare, Transportation & Aviation, Sports & Recreation, Academic & Education, Residential and Senior Living.
Difference between Living Walls and Garden on the Wall Installations
Our Gardens are much more efficient than living walls due to their longevity and low energy consumption such as no water irrigation, specific light, soil infestations, trimming and pruning and periodic maintenance. The result is not only cost-savings as maintaining a living wall with monthly gardening and hardware upkeep is expensive, but also a significantly lower carbon footprint when compared to both fresh-cut and artificial plants.