This vertical garden is tall, leaving room for bigger plants. There is a variety of aroids, some of which grow impressive leaves giving the garden a lush, tropical feeling. There are also some commonly flowering varieties of begonia, streptocarpus, aeschynanthus, and billbergia. 


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    Vertical garden at Skånska Dagbladet, a swedish newspaper in Malmö.

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