Mozza’s Edible Garden Wall: Please Don’t Eat the Geraniums While You Wait, LA Weekly

The next time you’re stuck in line outside Pizzeria Mozza, you’ll have a much more pastoral setting for your wait than the usual valet caravan, the hungry crowds, the celebrities dodging TMZ for a pizza. This morning Nancy Silverton and crew had an edible garden wall installed along the otherwise unremarkable wall between the Pizzeria and the Osteria on Highland Avenue. The wall is a testament to Mozza’s ongoing commitment to sustainability. It also provides some good aesthetics, as well as, perhaps, a get-your-own amuse bouche. The San Diego company GreenScaped Buildings put up a vertical wall of herbs and flowers and lettuces, including 72 square feet of sage, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, beets, chicory, Italian dandelion, han tsai tai, 3 kinds of mint, 4 kinds of edible geraniums and Chinese celery.… Read More

Good Earth Plant Company: Vertical veggies – KFMB TV CBS 8 News

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CBS 8) – When the folks at Good Earth Plant Company want some from veggies or herbs, all they do is clip them right off their wall. “We’ve got parsley, we’ve got some beets, we’ve got some mint, a little bit of rosemary, strawberries,” Jim Mumford said. Mumford has developed a wall system to grow vegetables vertically. Watch the story here:// San Diego, California News Station – KFMB Channel 8 – cbs8.com Read more: http://www.cbs8.com/story/11923046/good-earth-plant-company-vertical-veggies