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LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


core of our homes, workplaces and learning spheres.


These modular green cassette systems, equipped with the most modern automated technology, are a long-lasting, sustainable option to incorporate the highest level of planting, in the smallest of confines, with the lowest water usage.


A secure, sustainable boundary, instantly


Whilst a living wall is affixed to the build- ing wall in a modular system, instant green screens are individual interlocking blocks of planted greenery, intertwined at the highest planting density onto a galvanised steel framework. Hand-wound ivy plants ensure the screen maximises its ‘instant green reputation’ and bio-degradable pots create the best growing environment for the healthiest establishment.


Playground transformation


Used extensively in a growing number of school projects to offer the greenest barrier alternative to fencing, the green screen provides the simplest of perimeters and is cost-effective and low-maintenance.


Biophilic design supports this and encourages the blend of nature and the built environment


Fully-grown when installed and continuing to thicken throughout its considerable lifespan, a green screen creates a secure, natural interface, working naturally as both a soundproofing barrier and an air quality enhancer.


Away with the bland, in with the grand


Minimum space, maximum impact – with the added benefits of better air quality, reduced noise and the knock-on health and well-being benefits that plants bring to indoor and outdoor landscapes. Vertical farming, vertical planting – call it what you will – the living wall and green screen phenomena is, quite literally, growing up.


Paul Garlick is the national business manager at Mobilane UK


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ADF FEBRUARY 2018


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