Project Description: This project utilized a discarded shipping pallet, corrugated plastic roofing, and hardware cloth. The wooden pallet acts as a framework that would be bolted to a wall. The corrugated roofing is pinned several inches behind the wooden slats of the pallet, and thin strips of hardware cloth are weaved in and out of the wooden slats and periodically attached to the corrugated roofing in order to secure plantings in place in the concave sections of the plastic roofing. There would be a drip irrigation system providing nutrient rich water that would flow down the surface of the corrugated roofing allowing the plants to uptake the water and nutrients they need and be collected at teh bottom. The woven pattern of the wooden slats and hardware cloth is intended to add visual interest, structure , and as a medium for vine-like plants to grow and support themselves along. The idea is that this system would create an aesthetic reminiscent of a vertical trellis without the necessity of visible planter boxes or the limitation of only supporting species that grow in vines.