For those who are looking to create beautiful gardens with limited space, a vertical garden could be just what you need.
Garden walls or 'vertical gardens' have gained a lot of notoriety over recent years with designers such as Patrick Blanc setting the standards. Vertical gardens can come in all shapes and sizes, some scaling entire buildings, whilst others sit in offices, gardens or private homes. Below I would like to show you how you can create your own vertical garden using a wooden pallet. This guide was inspired by Fern Richardson (Life on the Balcony) & Stephanie Lawrence (Design*Sponge), and the images are courtesy of Design*Sponge.
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Vertical gardens breathe new life into densely populated Asian cities South China Morning Post If plants can grow in the wild on a barren cliff, why not on city buildings, too, French botanist Patrick Blanc, a pioneer of the vertical garden, once...
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