Vertical garden indoor

Transform your indoor space with a stunning vertical garden. Discover top ideas to create a vibrant and refreshing atmosphere in your home.
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Remember when vertical gardens first hit the scene? They were glorious, but they all seemed to require access to a 20-story building, an impossibly high-tech irrigation system, and approximately three million dollars worth of plants. These days there are vertical gardens—and vertical garden tutorials—to suit every space, style, level of skill, greenness of thumb, and plant budget.

Tiffany Lynne
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These gorgeous vertical gardening ideas for small spaces are the best way to get inspired. Whether you want ideas for hanging gardens, wall mounted planters, vertical containers, or vine supports, these fabulous DIY vertical garden designs will inspire you!

Danijela Primorac
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If you're renovating and want to build your new home with the environment in mind, there are materials you can opt for. This third part covers green walls. Green walls are beautiful for both indoors and outdoors, and are also good for keeping out the heat and soundproofing. (Pictured is Hygro Wall from Vertical Green — see next slide.)

Karen Cope
Vertical Garden Systems, Vertical Garden Plants, Vertical Garden Design, Small Backyard Design, Small Space Gardening, Vertical Plant Wall, Vertical Planting, Small Vertical Garden Ideas, Indoor Vertical Gardens

Trellis systems are used as a way to define space either by masking building structures or creating secluded areas with a variety of planting. They use a supporting framework on which to support plant growth and come in many material forms from traditional wood to high tensile cable systems.

Cristina Soler