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Client: South Coast Botanic Garden
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
Size: 40’ X 10′
Location: Long Beach
Photographer: Brian Lang
Project Story

This Botanic Garden project was for the new South Coast garden area. We designed 4,000 succulents and ferns in concentric rings. We blended different colors and textures and volumes to create the drama in this vertical garden. If you are visiting a botanic garden, you expect to see plants. But you probably don’t expect to see an incredible living wall like the one we designed and installed at SouthCoast Botanic Garden. We especially enjoyed this project because of the geometry of it.

A normal living wall catches the eye simply because of its beauty. But this wall gives a colorful twist on the classic green panel. The wall has a spherical design to it which causes it to stand out from many of the living walls in the world. We placed over 4,000 succulents and ferns in a circular shape on the wall panel, focusing on various colors, textures, and volumes to create a piece of art that stands out.

Scott Hutcheon, our Lead Designer, spent many hours crafting the design and overseeing the installation. He also spent extra time working with SouthCoast on the maintenance and care of the wall. We don’t just design and install living walls, we also teach the owners how to care for it on a daily basis.

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Client: Long Beach Lofts
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
Contractor: Johnston Moyer
Size: 15′ X 50′
Location: Long Beach, CA
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Palisades
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
General Contractor: DHC Builders
Architect: Madd Architects
Size: 6700 SF
Location: Beverly Hills
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Private Residence
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
General Contractor: Winkle Construction
Size: 22′ X 22′
Location: Corona Del Mar
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Edwards Life Sciences
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
Architect: LPA
General Contractor: Rudolph Sletten Construction
Size: 120’ X 38′
Location: Irvine
Photographer: Gillian Crane
Project Story

The Edwards Life Science project is one of the largest living walls in the United States. We created it as part of their “green” project for their corporate office.

The company needed a large parking garage to house its employee’s vehicles. They wanted something that would stand out from normal parking structures, and would also add to the overall design of the campus.

Scott Hutcheon designed this large living wall with various plants that would do well in the climate. He took into account the wind, and sunlight that different places of the wall would receive throughout the day. We use special technology to keep the wall watered and healthy throughout the year.

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Client: Private Residence
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
General Contractor: RDM Construction
Size: 23′ X 12′ wrapping a corner
Location: Newport Beach
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Private Residence
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
General Contractor: Winkle Construction
Size: 50′ X 12′
Location: Newport Beach
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Regency Centers
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
General Contractor: Tenant Construction
Size: 45’ X 25′
Location: San Diego
Photographer: Brian Lang
Project Story
Seasons worked closely with Regency Centers, a national property management company located in San Diego, CA to create this organic shaped succulent tapestry. Steve Hargrave & Jena Stucker with Regency Centers, wanted to breath life into an existing shopping center and thought the angled wall near Starbucks was a blank canvas for something special. Scott Hutcheon helped design a 36’ X 25’ vertical garden comprised of over 5,000 succulents with 9 different varieties. The Seasons AquaFelt system has 2 layers of felt comprised of recycled plastic bottles, which takes the place of soil over time as the plants roots grow throughout the entire expanse of the wall. It has an integrated fertigation system that wicks water 100% throughout the felt layered wall ensuring even water distribution for all the plants. Felt also breaths versus plastic tray systems, which allows oxygen to get to the plants roots easily. This all leads to happy plants and low maintenance, which in turn leads to happy customers and sustainable long lasting vertical gardens.
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Client: Custom Residenc
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
Size: 6’ X 60′
Location: Long Beach
Photographer: Brian Lang
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Client: Obagi Skin Care
Designer: Scott Hutcheon
Installation: Seasons Landscaping
General Contractor: Prestige Builders
Architect: Horst Architects
Size: 40’ X 7′
Location: Laguna Beach/div>

Photographer: Brian Lang