Gardens by Daniel Nolan
A Garden View for a Lightwell
Daniel Nolan created this Woolly Pocket garden for our client in a light well to create a garden view where there was once a just a wall.
Above: Bromeliad (Vriesea phillipo-coburgii), holly fern (Cyrtomium falcatum), staghorn fern (Platycerium bifurcatum), and heuchera varieties.
Daniel’s project was completed for a new residence in Pacific Heights. With a beautiful red mahogany wall as a backdrop, he used eight rows of four pockets – each row consisting of one Wally Three (three-pocket planting bag) and one Wally One (single pocket). In this case a wooden backing frame was used so that bag screws did not pierce the mahogany.
The Woolly Pocket system is modular – coming in one-, three-, and five-pocket bags – so it is possible to get just the coverage you need. Daniel staggered the bags to further conceal the joins.
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