Updated: Oct 24, 2021
What Is Indoor Vertical Garden?
A vertical garden is filled with plants that grow on a vertically suspended panel by using integrated hydration and fertigation delivery system. They can either be freestanding or attached to a wall. While regular standing potted plants have the advantage of being placed anywhere, they can take up more space and require lots of care in order to thrive. Vertical gardens are a fantastic alternative to smaller spaces.
Vertical Garden Benefits
Vertical gardens don't just look great, they can also increase our overall wellbeing:
better air quality
maximising a space usage
better quality produce (especially if you are growing vegetables/herbs the right way)
it reduces noise
better temperature balance
it acts like an extra insulation
significant energy savings by lowering wall surface temperature
Vertical gardens are a significant part of Biophilic Design. However, if you are eager to learn more about the whole concept and how to incorporate nature indoors, read the previous article. Or if you if you're looking to learn more in depth about the Biophilic interior design - take a look at Online course by Oliver Heath (use at checkout code 'bab10' for 10% off).