LiveWall, LLC, a Michigan-based company that makes living wall systems, just announced a mobile version of the LiveWall product called LiveScreen (not to be confused with another Live Screen that we mentioned). LiveScreen is available in four models (Access, Patio, 4S, and XL) and made with a waterproof aluminum frame on wheels. The product helps people grow plants in small spaces like porches, patios, and decks.
LiveScreen is perfect for annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables, according to LiveWall, and can be used for easy-access gardening in any location, whether urban or suburban.
The new product uses modular planter boxes, or WallTers, of various sizes that come in six colors (beige, cool gray, wheat, cedar, sage, and salsa). With these, roots grow down and stems grow up for a healthy living wall. LiveScreen comes without irrigation, but the Plus package includes automatic irrigation components and a hose timer. Conduit tubes are hidden in the mounting tracks with built-in nozzles for mist irrigation.
Pricing is available online and depends on the options selected at checkout. Generally, LiveScreen ranges from about $1,500 – $2,900, depending on slections. That said, for a general idea, the Patio version, which is 32″ by 5 1/2′ with three tiers, sells from $1,350 or $1,895 with the Plus package.
Article tags: LiveWall, plant wall, vertical garden