Added by on 2017-02-28

Installation timelapse of North America’s Largest Living Wall (aka Green Wall, Vertical Garden or Mur Vegetal) by Green over Grey. Location : Surrey, British Columbia, Canada (Guildford Town Centre). Size : 10,150 square feet, double sided. Over 50,000 individual plants, mostly native to British Columbia. Designer / installer : This unique, award winning installation is made of 100 % recycled materials. Video Rating: / 5 This is an Outdoor vertical garden that is installed by Vertical Green 1 week ago (14.03.2010). This structure is inspired by Patrick Blanc’s Mur Vegetal, commonly known as green wall, biowall & living wall, comes with a moisture recycling automatic irrigation system. I will post videos of this vertical garden on a monthly basis to demonstrate the progress of the vegetation growth. Do visit my facebook ( and webpage at !! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsOpTic Gaming Vs Rise Nation- World League 2016 North America Stage 1 – GRAND FINALS GAME 7 [OMG!]3 Day Timelapse of Vertical Plant Wall Blanc StyleBright Green GroVert Living Wall InstallationLiving Green Wall Systems for Easy Plant Care by BotanicusGreenAir Purifying Art: Edmonton International Airports Living Wall

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  • Rayniz604 8 months ago

    Too bad they didn't put much thought into the parking lot above it. That place is a death trap full of tight corners and blind spots. They had a clean slare to do w.e they wanted as well and chose to make a huge clusterfuck.

  • Clay Herzog 8 months ago

    I love the service scaffolding for this installation, looks like it was really thought through.

  • cabinetcare 8 months ago

    Wow, what an awesome contribution – both visually and environmentally.

  • chrilou 8 months ago

    this is really wonderful, it prettifys the environment much more!!!!

  • momoz88 8 months ago

    I am wondering about the types of plants used in this wall?