From The Blog

Aechmea mariae-reginae

November 25th 2014

One more bromeliad from the Carribean coast of Costa Rica.

Visão

November 14th 2014

A few of our vertical gardens in Portuguese weekly Visão.

Begonia multinervia

November 11th 2014

Begonia – Costa rica

Publico

October 22nd 2014

Article in Portuguese newspaper Publico.

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Growing plants on a vertical surface has been possible after studies of natural vertical locations — places without soil where in nature there may be a great abundance of plant species. The technique imitates these locations, so it also function without soil, having the benefits of making the surface very light and easy to tailor to any geometry.

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Understanding the vertical growing environment is essential for a successful project and a vertical garden that will thrive for many years to come. Making the right selection of species is — apart from the aesthetic result — also decisive to the plant’s life span, their development and to the future demand of maintenance.

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