10 Home Photos of Vertical Gardens

Vertical gardens help improve the region’s air, reduce pollutant emissions in the atmosphere and bring thermal comfort into the environment, reducing the use of air conditioning units and generating electricity savings of up to 30%. Another huge benefit of vertical gardens is that they attract birds, bees and other species of animals and insects, contributing to the balance of the local micro climate. And of course, we can not fail to mention that they are beautiful to live!

Vertical gardens are already a reality – absolutely necessary – these days and the trend is for the number of fans to increase more and more. Especially because vertical gardens are not unique to large buildings, on the contrary, houses and apartments can also receive this piece of paradise and all its benefits.

And if that is exactly what you intend, to have a vertical garden at home, then follow us in this post to stay on top of everything you need to know about vertical garden.

Tips for setting up a vertical garden at home

  • Any room in the house can receive a vertical garden, provided it has the light and ventilation conditions necessary for the life of the plant;
  • When choosing the plants that will make up your garden, give preference to those that require the same care. That is, nothing to mix full sun plants with shade plants;
  • The vertical garden can be mounted directly to the wall with the aid of bamboo brackets, pallets or plastic. Another possibility is to leave it suspended, in which case the PVC pipes are widely used;
  • Think about the type of irrigation: manual or automatic? For small vertical gardens, manual watering is sufficient, but for large walls – both in height and width, automated systems are ideal to ensure that all plants are watered evenly, while facilitating fertilizer timing. that can be done with irrigation;
  • If you do not have much availability and time to grow your vertical garden, choose plants that do not require as much care. A good choice is succulents;
  • Plants that grow vertically in the wild are great options for such landscaping, such as ferns, boa constrictors and snake-beards. But there are others that are also used very successfully in vertical gardens.












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Author: Renata Kralevska

Renata Kralevska

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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