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Bergenia ciliata

May 03rd 2014

Uttarakhand, India.

Tillandsia fasciculata

February 21st 2014

A Tillandsia fasciculata close to Orosí.

Philodendron verrucosum

February 03rd 2014

A beautiful Philodendron close to volcano Arenal.

Delta Sky Magazine

February 02nd 2014

The vertical garden in Dubai’s The Pavillion.

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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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