Installing Rare Plants On Our Indoor Living Wall | Plant It Forward

While we’re all inside for the shelter-in mandate, a goal of mine is to grow my YouTube channel. In the past, I uploaded quick videos that satisfied my IG followers, thinking it would be good enough for YouTube. Boy was I WRONG. The YouTube community wasn’t having it. I realized that YouTube followers expect better quality video, sound, and editing. So two weeks ago, I decided to take a leap of faith to upgrade my tools to create better videos for all of you. I hope you’ve noticed an improvement since and can appreciate that I’ve found the error of my ways and fixed them. If you’re enjoying the improved quality of my content please join me with a ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’. Here’s the update video of the plants we installed on our new living wall. 🌿💚🌿


We’ve recently inherited a large pothos plant from my Wifes Aunt and i figured that it would be the perfect opportunity to start a living wall! This Pothos Living Wall was a fun project so far and i can’t wait to share the updates along the way as this plant grows and spreads across the wall!


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  • Pandora Pradnyana

    OMG I can't believe you put that adansonii variegata on there. That would give me a heart attack!!
    good luck x @pandoras__hope

  • golp

    You're wall looks amazing! I'm actually in the middle of building my own living wall almost exactly how you built yours but am stuck because I need the felt. I'm desperate to buy some right now because where I had planned to get it from, Sutherland Felt, is closed due to the virus and I have plants in temporary conditions that need to move on the wall soon. If you could say where you bought your felt from that'd be wonderful. I also read in other comments you weren't sure on using fish or hydroponics to fertilize. Personally I'll be using fish just because I don't know much about hydroponics but have read that fish cause the wall to have an odor. If that's the case I'll probably switch to hydroponics. Thanks for the wonderful video!

  • kayoua48

    Great idea and totally agree on the time you spend on taking care of plants. Looking forward to updates. Thanks for sharing.

  • Alex

    If this works well, we'll have to call you "Indoor Enid".
    How is this supposed to live if the plants are ON the wall without any media?

  • Heather McIntire

    It looks fantastic ! I would absolutely love this in my home. Quick question though, how are you handling fertilizing these plants ?

  • Amy P

    I LOVE this! I've been up puttering around with my plants since 6am. Helps calm me down. That felt is really cool! Reminds me of NSE tropicals felt wall

  • Green Tree

    Nice video about pothos. You forgot to mention one of the most important features of this plant. Pothos are rated one of the best houseplants for removing indoor air toxins.

  • Denise Pollitt

    Hi, what size are the hooks please? Looks very beautiful, I want to do the same with a pothos I have growing from an aquarium. When I looked for the hooks, they were all different sizes.

  • carmine petracca

    hey ripley: i knew a couple that grew one on their ceiling. the whole ceiling was covered. there used to be a restaurant in n.y. state, called apple that had a pothos swagged from the ceiling along with twinkle lights. really nice idea. later, cp.

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