Alex is a living wall expert and over the last 8 years she has collaborated with green wall specialist, Treebox, creating living walls across the UK.
Living walls are a relatively new phenomena but until recently were only really available commercially due to the awkward nature and high expense of the early modular systems. Over the last decade, new more practical and easy to use systems have come to the market. This, combined with the visual, environmental and health benefits of creating green walls makes them a highly desirable addition to any garden and essential if you have a small, urban outdoor space.
Treebox product overview Treebox are a London based company who are leading the way with the latest Green Wall Technology and have had huge success with living walls nationwide. They offer an array of versatile products to create lush, living walls with and are available for residential or commercial projects. The system comes in panel form and each one has a series of deep troughs that allow for the use of larger more instant plants and for increased longevity of wall. Irrigation is provided and can (for small walls) be linked to a water butt/reservoir or (for larger walls) to a water supply and timer. Good news for those in areas prone to hosepipe bans: Green wall irrigation is exempt from any bans. Treebox Green Walling systems are made from 80% recycled materials and 100% recyclable meaning they are also kind to the environment.Alexandra Froggatt Design can also install other living wall systems to suit the individual needs of the client and site. Sloane Square for J Crew in London. Temporary wall in 2014
Green Wall Services If you are interested in installing a green wall and are based in the Northwest, feel free to get in touch with Alex on 07711989582 or via email email@example.com.
Alexandra Froggatt Design also offer a comprehensive installation and planting design service to help you create your perfect living wall. If you have a large area to cover, professional installation is recommended as factors such as weight load on the wall and access (over 3m in height and up to 4 storeys high) need to be considered. Also Planting advice, designs and schedules can be provided to ensure you maximise the visual impact and use appropriate plants for your wall. If you have a large wall, regular maintenance is advisable by an experienced team who can come periodically to check and replace plants if necessary.