DIY Vertical Succulent Garden Panels by Flora Grubb

DIY Vertical Succulent Garden Panels by Flora Grubb

Trent Johnson
Mar 2, 2010

We've blogged before about Flora Grubb's amazing Woolly Pocket Living Walls and it seems that everything they touch shines of beautiful green style. They now have vertical garden succulent wall panels for sale so check them out, even if just for inspiration.

Flora Grubb's 20"x20" vertical wall panels provide slanted planting cells to support plants and soil to grow succulents, or whatever living wall you can dream up. The system is modular, allowing you to interconnect the square panels to make any size you desire. The setup requires free-drainage and can be irrigated using a regular garden hose or by adding a built-in irrigation line.

The succulents that Flora Grubb uses are 2" plants, first grown flat for a few months to allow roots to develop in the individual cells. They recommend finishing the installation with a wooden frame to create a picture frame look.

According to Flora Grubb, the panels in their San Francisco store front just require missing every now and then for watering. They keep the garden pruned and well groomed.

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