What is Vertical Gardening?

What is Vertical Gardening?

An innovative and highly productive growing system, vertical gardening is exactly what the name implies – gardening on a vertical, rather than a horizontal, surface. Traditional gardeners have done similar things with climbing plants like squashes and beans for centuries by building trellises. Vertical gardening takes it one step further by giving non-climbing plants a space on the wall.

Stylish, Simple Solutions

If you’re looking to start out with a simple spot of greenery on your wall, this manageable planter from sangreens features a modular system made out of recycled plastic that will make planting easy-to-care-for plants like succulents a breeze. The rustic frame is also made out of reclaimed wood, and once you have the hang of one frame, you can add on others for an even more dramatic look.

VERTICAL GARDEN PROJECT 82

Vertical Garden Wall Inside HOME

For a truly impactful living wall that is much easier to maintain than it looks, give SAN GREENS a try. Using a self watering modular system made from 100% PP pots, these versatile planters can be daisy-chained to create flourishing Ornamental displays that can be as large or as small as you desire.

Artificial Vertical Garden 81

Imported and expertly produced using high quality silk and polyester, the permanent or artificial vertical garden perfectly reproduces the look of natural plants in colors and textures. No maintenance or irrigation is required, and its service life is extremely long.

BIO WALL PROJECT 80

Created from natural plants that have undergone a treatment process to preserve their natural appearance and flexibility, the preserved plant vertical garden stands out as being made from natural plants, but with the low maintenance needs and high durability of artificial plants.

Vertical Gardening in a Bottle!

Vertical Gardening in a Bottle!

Open spaces are every gardener’s dream. The limitless area to grow trees and plants is indeed exciting. But, enter the city and there’s not an inch to spare. Plants takes a back seat as steel and concrete reign supreme. Then, in order to bring back the greenery in the city, there came the garden pot. Though still popular, it has one drawback. The area available for sowing seeds is lesser than the total area of the pot. The area on its sides is going unused.

INDOOR PLANT HIRE AND OFFICE PLANT RENTAL

We’re experts in creating healthier and more productive work spaces Nothing transforms office spaces quite like plants.

Enriching your workplace with luscious plant life doesn’t just invigorate the space aesthetically; study after study has shown that being in the presence of plants reduces your stress levels, boosts your mood and improves productivity by up to 15%.