Vertical gardens are becoming increasingly popular as people look for ways to bring nature into their homes or offices. They’re also known as wall gardens or climbing walls, and they are exactly what they sound like – gardens that grow vertically rather than horizontally.
Vertical gardens can be installed almost anywhere you have a clean, smooth wall and plenty of natural light. Their compact size also makes them perfect if you live in an apartment with limited outdoor space or work in an office with a small interior space.
Vertical gardens aren’t just beautiful to look at; they offer other benefits as well. They reduce noise, filter air, provide privacy, and reduce stress by bringing nature into your home or office. Let’s take a closer look at how these vertical gardens operate and the pros and cons of having one in your home or office.