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About green wall

Green walls are vertical structures that incorporate different types of plants and other greenery on them. These wall greens offer a calming presence and make great additions to your home or outdoor setting

How to Make a Green Wall

To make a planted wall, first choose your space. A living wall can be placed almost anywhere, but you will need to consider what type of plants you will be growing and where they will thrive. Also, be sure you will have access to all areas of the walls greens to water and maintain it. Since greenery walls can get damp, you will need to protect the wall or surface you will be working with. Fix the vertical planters to the wall, spacing them apart equally.

Once the planters are secure, fill the pots with soil and add your plants! You will want to make sure the plants are firmly planted and then topped off with more soil. Then, all you need to do is drop the pots into the pockets and behold your greenery accent wall. Water your plants from the top according to their needs, and the whole wall will get a soaking.

Benefits of Green Walls

Visually, the appearance of a living wall planter is pleasing and can offer quite a contrast to the urban environment of concrete and bricks. Appealing to our innate need to be around nature, a living wall indoor can improve our mood, lift our spirits, and make us more upbeat and alert. Some studies have even shown that proximity to nature, in the form of a vertical wall garden perhaps, can decrease negative behaviors like anxiety and aggression.

A living wall outdoor can camouflage unattractive walls or other surfaces and can also insulate the house if attached to an exterior wall. A vertical wall garden will also provide you with a natural garden screen that will give you more privacy in an open garden space. Also, green wall panels can effectively reduce noise both inside and outside, depending on where you choose to install it.