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harvleehouse2001Harv Lee wrote:4 March 2016
  • Jill Evans
    2 years ago

    Where can you buy the pots please?

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    John Davies Landscape
    2 years ago

    The pots are made by a company called Urbis.

francesco777francesco777 wrote:26 February 2017
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    John Davies Landscape
    4 years ago

    Hi, follow this link for the planters http://www.urbisdesign.co.uk/axis.html . You'll see these pots featured on the supplier's website. The plants are arum lilly - Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Crowborough'.

nikkiando04Nicole Anderson wrote:21 April 2016
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    John Davies Landscape
    5 years ago

    Hi Nikki, construction of this wall is hydroponic so there are no individual planting spaces but rather one continuous substrate to plant into. This means that we aren't limited by size of plant so can plant larger shrubs into this wall as well as the usual suspects. Plants are predominantly evergreen but we have introduced a number of herbaceous perennials. There is an evergreen base of plants like ferns, heuchera, carex, soleirolia soleirolii, fatsia japonica. In the picture above, you can also see the introduction of plants such as hydrangea macrophylla, persicaria amplexicaulis 'taurus', iris sibirica and even verbena bonariensis (just out of shot). It's a robust, muscular and exciting system which I love to use.

harvleehouse2001Harv Lee wrote:4 March 2016
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    John Davies Landscape
    5 years ago

    The stone is basalt from an Italian quarry. It has an antiqued as opposed to a honed finish to help with slip resistance. I agree, the colouration and texuture is fabulous - a really lovely creamy mid grey colour, not too dark and not too light. I love it too!

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