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Ruby Jean's Juicery Living Wall Install

by Bold Commerce Collaborator November 20, 2017

Ruby Jean's Juicery Living Wall Install

A lively vertical garden wall installation for Ruby Jeans Juicery in Kansas City, MO. 

Product used: Wally Eco Stone 
Units: 20
Grid: Offset 13" x 13" 
Plants: (top row) Sansevieria, Hoya, and Dracaena // (bottom row) Golden Pothos, Philodendron, and Neon Pothos. 





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