This installation is over 4 years old & contains a selection of orchid species & other epipyhtes.
The growing panels were made specially for Jungle Horticulture from recycled shredded car tyres. Much work has gone into developing this technique which is unique to Horticulture.
The Elkhorn fern, occurs naturally in New Guinea, and along the coasts of Queensland and New South Wales.
This specimen growing on a Bangalow Palm screens off a neighbouring property plus provides support for a Birds Nest Fern & a Hoya vine.
The goal of this vertical garden was to not draw any focus from the exsiting garden but only to provide a back drop of green perrenials & small shrubs.
This green wall hides a boundary fence & is low maintenance blending seemlessly with the exsiting garden
Used in blocks along the fence this planting gives colour & interest to an otherwise empty area.
Giving a formal finish to a wall is this tightly clipped Ficus pumila. Showing the options available in having vertical plant life in the garden.