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Why choose the facade planter?

Better ventilation

The climbing plants do not provide solid coverage, which means the planters allow for airflow to the building behind.

Cost-effective

Quicker to install and less intensive to produce, the facade planter makes for a more cost-effective solution when budgets are tight.

Stackable

The planters can be stacked, which means you can cover a whole facade with this system.

Limited water usage

With less soil and the species requiring less water to flourish, irrigation is limited.

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Applications

Car parks

Allowing for ventilation and double-sided greenery, these make an ideal solution for car parks.

Commercial

As a more cost-effective solution, facade planters can be installed over large surface areas, such as on data centres or large commercial buildings.

A combination

Coming as seperate planters, you can combine this system with other planting systems, and get a cohesive finish like here at Hardman Square Pavilion.