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greenscreen® offers a complete trellis system with the flexibility and possibilities to bring life to any project and change the way you see the everyday. Explore how you can customize your green façade to your needs, take a look at the industries we’ve serviced and learn more about the specific guidelines for unique applications in parking structures.

Plant Selection

Choosing the proper plants for use on greenscreen® panels is an important design consideration. We recommend that a landscape architect, landscape designer or horticulturist be consulted for each specific application to determine appropriate plant choices based upon site conditions. Some things to keep in mind:

  • Matching a plant’s growth habit to the type of installation
  • Choosing plants based upon seasonal cycles
  • Selecting appropriate plant material based upon the client’s commitment to maintenance
  • Choosing mixed plantings to ensure the long-term success of the project
  • Using native plants

For more information regarding plant selection and a recommended plant matrix, please download the resource below.

Color Chart

We have six standard colors as well as custom colors available, and all attachments, posts and custom accessories can be colored to match. You may use the RAL Classic color chart for requesting custom colors.

  • Matte Texture Black
  • White
  • Matte Texture Green
  • Silver
  • Bronze
  • Terra

For a more accurate representation of colors, we have sample chips of our six standard colors available upon request. Learn more here.

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Vertical Markets

This is a small sampling of the various ways our green façade technology can work with different building and industry needs, whether it’s for pathways and wayfinding, security and privacy or simply aesthetics.

  • Restaurant, Entertainment or Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Medical/Healthcare
  • Government/Education
  • Corporate/Office
  • Parks, Recreation and Transportation
Parking Structure Guidelines

The variation in structured parking buildings and the requirements for maximization of site accessibility, scale and the integration into established urban and campus planning place new emphasis on adopting landscape elements for multiple benefits.