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A colorful vertical garden now greets guests at the Welcome Center of new urban village Bay Meadows in San Mateo, California. The 86-foot long vibrant stretch of greenery mixes lush foliage with purple, pink and white flowers, evoking a sense of spring or summer.
In a timelapse capturing the living wall and landscape coming to life alongside the new development, Habitat Horticulture founder David Brenner shares his vision for the project:
“I’d be happy if people came to the welcome center and were greeted with sense of tranquility and able to stop, look, and relax… I think plants are not only important to the environment but also vital to our well-being.”
It was a pleasure working with Wilson Meany, BCV Architects, CMG Landscape Architects and Star Apple Edible Gardens on the project!
Enjoy a sneak preview of a indoor space that will soon come alive with natural features from the beautiful, surrounding Mount Tamalpais! The Living Wall at Corte of Madera Town Center will highlight the interplay of stone, vibrant greenery and falling water. The plant pallet includes a rich contrast in color and fragrances, from a striking magenta ‘red robin’ begonia to a refreshing mint-scented yerba buena.