Added by on 2019-07-05 So much growth! The living wall is really deepening and strengthening and now is packed with enough plant life to completely block the view from the road! – A simple and direct way to ‘tip’ to help support the time and energy we put into making our videos. Thanks so much! Edible Acres is a full service permaculture nursery located in the Finger Lakes area of NY state. We grow all layers of perennial food forest systems and provide super hardy, edible, useful, medicinal, easy to propagate, perennial plants for sale locally or for shipping around the country… – Your order supports the research and learning we share here on youtube. We also offer consultation and support in our region or remotely. Happy growing! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsLiving Wall – Protecting from a busy road (in-depth discussion)How It's Made LIVING WALLS and VERTICAL GARDEN[UPDATE] Make a Living Wall from a Pothos Plant Pt 2Indoor Living Plant Wall Growth UpdateIndoor Living Wall Update | Plant It Forward

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  • The Nech 10 months ago

    Happy Independence Day America

  • Poplar and Pine 10 months ago

    Wow, no wonder you planted this! I need to up my pollinators – do you have any suggestions for flowering perennials for my zone (3)?

  • Julie Julie 10 months ago

    I was wanting to get some comfrey and mecanthus grass rhizomes from you and was wondering if I need to plant them when I get them in the fall or if I could keep them in cold storage until spring to plant?

  • Permaculture Homestead 10 months ago

    looks great Sean, i love elder as a hedge plant they get really big down south

  • shleegar 10 months ago


  • Brian White 10 months ago

    You mentioned "wild" garlic. Is this the same as perennial garlic, regular garlic that goes unharvested and is allowed to naturalize and spread over time?
    Perennial garlic:
    Found this on Curly(Corkscrew) Willow:
    The only plant I don't like in your wall is the burdock. Nasty burs, and it can easily become invasive. Diversity is great, but…

  • Robbie Coville 10 months ago

    Wow, that is lush with life! Beautiful diversity of species and functions, and pretty nice view from both sides! Glad those plants are handling the salt well.

  • Permanent Production 10 months ago

    Pests come in pulses and things like this are an important source of selection, fertilization, bringing in larger predators etc. it's difficult as humans, because we tend to get attached to things, but nature doesn't work like that. Thats why it's important to do what your doing in showing how cheap it can be to aquire cuttings and developing horticultural skills. Thanks for always posting such amazing videos keep up the good work

  • Daniel Allouche 10 months ago

    The living wall is amazing this year , the way it filled in. All that rain has made a difference.

  • allonesame 10 months ago

    In only 3 years you have achieved your goal of masking the chicken yard! And it's beautiful and inspiring! Thank you for sharing your findings! I am continually amazed and pleased with the sharing I've experienced. You guys are awesome! Thank you!

  • Mary Kochan 10 months ago

    I live in Georgia, Zone 7. I'm wanting to plant several varieties of elderberry. Are the kinds you sell right for my zone? I want to have a variety of heights and colors.

  • DrScopeify 10 months ago

    Looking great wow, very impressive how fast everything has grown.

  • MY PERMACULTURE GARDEN 10 months ago

    No ,, absolutely is not because you packed plants around your willows , that they are dying off . Check out this channel (BEALTAINE COTTAGE ) her permaculture garden it inundated with willows, and they are compact, just like yours , in fact your garden reminds me of her channel !

  • Perma Pen UK 10 months ago

    Gorgeous!! Definitely the way I'd want to go if I needed a wall. Loving the Narnia street lamp…

  • scraphappyquilter 10 months ago

    Do you feed the chickens the elderberries after you get what you use? It is beautiful!

  • PranaMama Media1 10 months ago

    Such beautiful, healthy looking and happy chickens! I love the brief video snapshots with captions (less talk with captions is very effective), thank you! I found the curly willow easy to root in water! Some (not all) of the cuttings had beetle nests (my beetles had red on their backs)! …and there were a few large ants who seemed to be caring for them! I could have sworn I saw an ant caressing the baby beetles heads with it's "paws"

  • Yoly Lacy 10 months ago

    Beautiful. Great job! Thank you for sharing it with us.

  • Margie Murray 10 months ago

    Luv it ! sorry but did not catch the name of the first plant you mentioned, the one that Sasha found on the internet, with all the beautiful blue flowers ??? and if you ever saw willow grow in the wild-wild, you would not be worried about planting too close together ….by the way, I don't mind the "long" videos – keep 'em comin" !