Flex MSE is THE Vegetated Living Wall system with retaining wall qualities.

Published by Scotscape on 26th November 2019 -


Why specify concrete retaining walls when you can use FLEX MSE and hydroseed to improve biodiversity? If you would like to learn more click here and book a CPD on this fantastic product today, perfect for Architects, Landscape Architects, Civil Engineers and Water Authorities seeing to improve biodiversity net gain.

Flex MSE is THE Vegetated Living Wall system with retaining wall qualities.

To deliver on our mission to offer 'The Complete Green Solution' Scotscape have added the FLEX MSE vegetated living wall system to our suite of urban greening products.  

What is Flex MSE?

Flex MSE is the unique vegetated retaining living wall system, perfect for civil engineering projects, flood mitigation and landscaping.

Flex MSE Bags and Interlocking Plates are used to build naturally resilient Geomodular structures.

A unique soft building material which exhibits hard material qualities, Flex MSE adapts to events that would ruin lesser systems, and only gets stronger and greener as time goes on.

Flex MSE is a patented system which leverages Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) principles along with geotextile technology to create strong and easy to install Geomodular block structures.

Anna Roochove

Specialists in Commercial and Domestic Landscape Construction, Living Walls, and Urban Greening. We employ over 60 staff at our head office and nursery in Surrey, operating a fleet of vehicles to service projects across the UK and Europe.

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