Portland World Trade Center plants sustainable landscaping

06/19/2009 | Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, Ore.)

The Portland World Trade Center building in Oregon opted for sustainable landscaping when faced with repairs to the building's leaking membrane. The renovations replaced 145 pots that required watering by hand with lower-maintenance landscaping. Landscapers also removed the woody herbaceous plants that required a lot of water and instead planted native water-wise species.

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