We draw inspiration from nature’s timeless design to create extensive Vertical Gardens and Landscapes. It’s worth noting that nature has spent thousands of years refining its designs and relationships.
Following Nature’s Blueprint
When we design a vertical garden or landscape for you, we align ourselves with nature, observing its patterns, seeking harmony, and expressing uniqueness in each specific location.
We adopt an ecological approach, emphasizing the preservation and restoration of natural systems, in our quest to create sustainable vertical gardens and landscape systems. This approach ensures low maintenance and sustainability in all our projects.
The Power of Planning
Whether you’re planning a new vertical garden or renovating an existing one, meticulous planning can prevent many problems. Most maintenance issues and plant-related challenges stem from either choosing the wrong plant for a location or selecting an inferior specimen of the chosen plant type.
Plant Selection: The Key Decision
The initial decision-making process comprises two crucial steps: Plant Selection and Selecting Plants. Our primary objective is to place the right plant in the right place.
Selecting the Perfect Plants
The success and overall enjoyment of indoor plants depend on selecting the right plant for the given environmental conditions. Below, we address essential factors such as light, temperature, humidity, soil, water, fertilizer, and other conditions to help you make informed choices:
- Determining Your Garden’s Purpose
Consider the primary function of your vertical garden. Will it serve as an aesthetic display or function as a screen? Does it intend to produce springtime blossoms, or is it known for its captivating fall foliage?
- Meeting Light Requirements
Understanding a plant’s light requirements is paramount. Does it thrive in full sun, prefer morning sun and afternoon shade, or thrive in constant shade?
- Assessing Water Needs
How often should you water the plants? Many plant issues stem from improper watering. Plants with large or thin leaves and fine surface roots typically require more frequent watering compared to succulent plants that store water internally. In areas with limited water resources, selecting drought-resistant plants is wise.
- Estimating Size at Maturity
Plants used as screens should be tall and dense enough to provide an effective visual barrier.
- Considering Color
To avoid clashes or camouflage against your house’s wall, take note of the plant’s flower, fruit, and leaf colours throughout the seasons.
- Aesthetic Function
While aesthetics are vital, they should not be overemphasized. Choose a combination of plants that enhance the attractiveness of your vertical garden.
- Understanding Life Cycles
Determine whether the chosen plant is an annual, perennial, biennial, or tropical species.
Contact Us for the Perfect Plant Selection
Let us help you plant the ideal species for your vertical garden. Contact us, and we’ll guide you in selecting the right plants to create a stunning and sustainable vertical garden.