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London’s Largest Living Wall.

London’s Largest Living Wall. Standing at 350 square metres and made up from more than 10,000 ferns, herbaceous plants and 16 tonnes of soil, London’s largest living wall – designed to reduce urban flooding – has been unveiled at the Palace hotel, Victoria, London.
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I love the idea of the living wall, but how you could. build one like that !?
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