EcoWalls, Living Wall Systems

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Using Your Wall As Nature's Canvas

 EcoWalls is creating a green footprint in urban environments.  We offer our clients a unique opportunity to connect with nature in unexpected spaces by creating lush gardens on building facades, freestanding structures, and other vertical surfaces.  We are a full service firm specializing in manufacturing, designing, installing, and maintaining living walls.  We offer the highest quality products and services in the industry.  Our company also provides training to design professionals so that they may extend our products, knowledge, and services to their own clients.

With years of research behind EcoWalls, our materials, methodology, and focus are to provide our clients with a sustainable approach to creating living architecture so that they may enjoy the aesthetic and environmental benefits of our living walls for years to come.

1200 Florence Columbus Rd.
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Ph: (908) 268-2281
F: (908) 788-7646


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  1. swiss flowers

    The pictures above are wonderful. I was wondering if there were others, and also a list of flowers that you may use for those walls. It’s a really interesting concept, and I wonder also about sustainability throughout the year for such walls.


    • Gavin

      What plants you use depends on the location of the vertical garden… as light and temperature affect what plants you can use. Generally speaking, ferns and ivy’s work well.. but you can get specific planting advice from your local nursery/garden center when you go to pick up the plants.

  2. virginia

    very beautiful

  3. EcoWalls


    Thank you for the kind words. Plant selection is very site specific and we focus on catering the plant material to the site to ensure successful establishment. It is also important to understand water quality and nutrients and develop a plant pallet that has compatible nutrient requirements. Lastly, knowing how a plant will behave in a vertical landscape is important. For examples, plants become phototropic in living walls and grow at different rates. Pair masses of plants next to one another that have equal growth rates. We try to avoid many vining plants on living walls like pathos and ivy because they are very aggressive and can strangle other plants quickly.

  4. byregowda

    just beautiful

  5. Riffat Ejaz

    This is beautiful. Please contact me as I am searching for some one to guide me.

  6. Trisha Perth australia

    Is your product avail in autralia? Looks awesome

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