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Ecology & Sustainability: Our Moss Wall Responsibility


Ecology & Sustainability: Our Moss Wall Responsibility

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It is our responsibility to maintain high standards when it comes to the ecology and sustainability of our moss walls– often referred to as plant paintings. This includes the conservation of real mosses, flowers, foliage, twigs and fungi so that each piece no longer requires water, sun or pruning in order to stay looking fresh. By fresh, we mean fully maintaining its natural color, size and texture. Rest assured, preserved plants are safe.

Conservation is done two ways: 1. Preservation and 2. Stabilization. Both processes are 100% natural, non-toxic and environmentally-friendly. Before either process begins, all plant life is harvested in its most familiar and ideal environment to ensure each step that follows is done on a solid foundation. The plants are then picked during the height of their natural state, like when a flower is in full bloom displaying its deepest color. Like all other aspects of our work, preservation and stabilization are not one-size-fits-all practices. Each can take one to three weeks depending things like species, size, temperature and water quality.

PRESERVATION (Mosses, Lichen, Flowers):

Is preserved moss safe? How sustainable is your product? Are preserved plants toxic? Rest assured and read on.

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