This is the usual system in vertical gardening. Conceived by French botanist, Patrick Blanc, in the early 90s, it has been improving since then.
The Geotex vertical gardening system consists of a structural metal frame holding 10mm thick PVC panels; these panels perform as wall waterproofing and rooting substrate bearers. Geotextile polyamide felt layers, each 3 mm thick, are fastened to the panels to form the planting substrate of the vegetable species.
The fertigation system is integrated between the geotextile layers. Among the different vertical gardening systems we install this one presents a higher water consumption and a lower autonomy in case of supply cuts.
Spacing in this system depends on the size of the container where the different species are served although the average is about 25 plants per m².
Specialists in vertical greenery
We from SanGreens are specialists in vertical greenery for both indoor or outdoor spaces. Our team makes sure your green wall is created exactly according to your wishes and climate circumstances, starting with the design. Next, our team will install the green wall with our special patented vertical system. And don’t worry about any mess – we work neatly, precisely and of course treat all the plants with love. When we are done we’ll make sure you know exactly how to keep your plants, or we can make a maintenance agreement so we’ll stop by on a regular basis to take care of the plants for you.
What are the advantages of vertical gardens?
Having a vertical garden at home or at your office is not only a real eye catcher, it also has several advantages:
– It purifies the air and absorbs CO2
– It increases the feeling of well-being and reduce stress
– It reduces ambient noises and temperature in the room
– It increases productivity and decreases sick leave of employees