Vertical Garden Looks Refreshing

Posted by Deepika singh on 31 Jan 2011 10:43 AM

Plants have found a home on walls for centuries, Patrick Blanc’s Vertical Garden System, known as Le Mur Vegetal in French, has plants on the walls of the building. Blanc’s Vertical Garden System can be implemented anywhere: indoors or out and in any climatic environment. The three-part system consists of a PVC layer, felt, and metal frame, providing a soil-free self-supporting system light enough to be hung on the wall, and even suspended in the air, weighing in at less than 30 kilograms per square meter. The natural benefits of the Vertical Garden are many: improved air quality, lower energy consumption, providing a natural shield between weather and inhabitants. No matter where you live, urban or suburban, cold or hot, indoors or out, the Vertical Garden brings a little bit of green to all.

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