New green wall lands on Redcliff Street

Brightening up the city with colour and greenery.


BID Lead
Tom Swithinbank

Redcliff Street just got a little greener thanks to the installation of our brand new green wall and planters. On a mission to make Redcliffe and Temple a vibrant, thriving place for all, this greening work is part of our Green Infrastructure Action Plan to enhance the area.

The green wall and five additional planters were installed in March 2024, transforming the once bare and grey area into a welcoming space filled with year-round colour and greenery. Redcliff’s green wall features carefully chosen climbing plants, including Star Jasmine and Broad-Leaved Sausage Vine, growing up the steel trellis above. The area also includes five additional planters, creating a dedicated space for nature and adding vibrancy to the area.

You can see our green wall in bloom by popping by Redcliff Street and spotting our other greening projects on your way, including our Love Bristol Planters along Brunel Mile and wildflower meadow on the grounds of St Mary Redcliffe Church.

A huge thanks to Golden Lion Court for hosting this green wall and to local gardener, Fiona Mackenzie for planting and supporting this project. 




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