It took ten days, and the planting of the largest exterior greenwall in North America is now complete (at least my portion of it)! I ended up uploading a picture from the second last day because the weather and angle were both a little bit better. All the empty portions have since been filled in. At the time I left, some extra ground covers were just being added to deciduous patches. Eventually all the areas will grow in and the fabric will be difficult so see. The pieces that remain exposes will be colonized by mosses.
The area underneath will eventually be landscaped with a patio area so that everyone can enjoy the vertical garden. This will also prevent all the seeds/stems/leaves from sprouting a jungle beneath. It was a great experience and I would love to be part of more in the future!
It is also my first day off in over a week and I'm starting to go a little stir crazy. It's really hard for me to just stop something. So now I'm designing the backyard garden for my father's girlfriend. It's south-facing but blocked by some large maples for part of the day with sandy loam soil. I might even upload a few images to get your feedback, we'll see how it goes!