|Roughly 6000 plants, 32 varieties, will make up the living wall.|
|Mike Weinmaster of Green Over Grey designed the living wall for the Edmonton International Airport|
|Green Over Grey designed and planted the Edmonton International Airport's living wall.|
|A close-up showing how the plants are attached.|
|A close-up of the plants|
This is something I have got to see for myself. I've read about cities using living walls along highways to cut down on noise and create natural barriers between the roads and the residences. Even Holes had a display of a living wall which I captured on camera on my last visit. It seems to be a "growing" trend!