First Silva Cell Installation Four Years Later June 22, 2011 / Leda Marritz Silva Cell, Urban Trees Over four years ago we had our first Silva Cell installation, on the sidewalk in front of a DeepRooter’s house in Redwood City, CA. The picture above was taken shortly after the installation was completed. So, what does it look like today? That’s a happy tree. Related postsIntroducing Before & AfterSan Francisco Introduces Crowd-Sourced Tree CensusWhat Is the Silva Cell, and How Does It Work?Vandergrift, PA Silva Cell Streetscape InstallationMeeting C3 Stormwater Requirements with Silva Cells Case Study: Tech Company HQ in Menlo Park, CA Share Facebook Twitter Google Plus LinkedIn Related Articles Signature Tree Celebrates the Diamond Jubilee Silva Cell Case Study: Dortmund Square in Leeds How Much Soil Do You Need to Grow a Big Tree? Miami Beach Convention Center Silva Cell Case Study Previous Article Why The Silva Cell Isn’t Made of Recycled Plastic Next Article New York’s Complete Streets Legislation Expected to Pass 3 comments Leda Marritz June 22, 2011 at 11:10 am Log in to Reply Hi John, thanks for your comment! This is a private residence and the long term tree care is the responsibility of the owner… having said that, we’ll remind them that it’s time to remove the stakes! Jennifer Vessels August 8, 2011 at 3:00 pm Log in to Reply Great example! Separately can you send me the address via email?? I keep driving by and not remembering the specific address. Thanks! Gordon Mann June 22, 2011 at 11:34 am Log in to Reply I had the privilege to participate in the installation, processing the permits for the work in the public right-of-way through the City . The Silva Cells were used under the sidewalk and driveway. The tree appears to be growing well. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.