A vertical garden is a trend that actually exists for a long time, but that in recent years has been imposed as a good solution for small spaces or for those who directly do not have a garden, or ultimately simply as one more decoration of the house.
1. Outdoor Vertical Garden
One option is to place the pots in cloth bags as seen below. The fabric bags, in turn, are nailed to a fence made of wooden planks.
2. Interior Vertical Garden
Inside the home, it is recommended that these types of gardens be installed near a natural light source, if artificial lights would not have to be installed so that they receive the light needed daily to create their own food. The bad news is that this option can be a bit expensive.
3# Small Vertical Garden
Modernity presents us with a lot of decorative options, but we don’t always have space. Space is less and less, especially if we live in big cities. Having a garden is fortunate and therefore we must take advantage of it to enjoy it as much as possible even when it is very small. And if we do not have it, we can take advantage of these ideas, which are ideal to make ourselves a green and relaxing corner.
4# Artivicial Vertical Garden
You can improve a space by adding greenery through a green wall, however, in some cases, it can present too many problems for installation or maintenance. Artificial gardens are one of the easiest ways to easily add greenery to a space. They are ideal for commercial spaces, offices, patios and hospitals or for the home.