Here's What Newbies Need to Know About Artificial Vertical Gardens



Besides the visible impacts of global warming on our daily lives, another reason homeowners and business owners alike opt for a more eco-friendly lifestyle is simply because they dislike the vast concrete jungles of cities, lamenting the beauty of being in nature.
So, when it comes to your personal space or business, adding a little bit of nature to the mix can make people feel more at home. Even if your space is limited, there's a new trend to bring a little more nature to the doorstep with a concept called artificial vertical gardening.
Yes, the idea sounds something that you might want to consider in the future, but the million-dollar question is: what are artificial vertical gardens?

Artificial vertical gardening for beginners
Vertical gardens are not really a new concept - as a matter of fact, this method has been around for 32 years already. In an article published by the New York Times, installations of vertical gardens began as an experiment in 1988 by a French botanist named Patrick Blanc.
His intention was simply to have a "low-maintenance" garden. By that, we meant, gardens that can easily be attached to a wall, help maximize a boring space, and at the same time, don't require you to put in too much effort in terms of maintaining it.
Fast-forward to today; vertical gardening is no longer a thing of the past. This strategy is increasingly becoming a popular choice among business owners. In most companies, you'd see a vertical garden as a centerpiece, usually, a floral display that adds aesthetics to the interior and exterior wall needs.
However, just like any ordinary plant, vertical gardens require proper soil and, of course, a good irrigation system to keep them growing healthy on its surface. But, as technology becomes more advanced, we want a service that can provide us the best of both worlds: a pop of nature with very minimum effort.

A blooming business
The art of artificial vertical gardens has found its way to the Philippines. For homes or commercial spaces that prefer a cleaner, minimalist theme, there are distributing agents such as CubeSystem and GreenTurf that provide "artificial vertical gardens."
Committed to giving people an "answer" to the limitations of natural plants, these companies help create pretty pieces of nature without all the tedious requirements normal gardens in malls would have like natural/artificial sunlight, watering, extensive maintenance or high costs.
They can be placed inside and out, allowing for these pieces of nature to be installed anywhere from a busy mall to a small outside stall. In other words, changing a depressing old concrete building into a luxurious office space was never this easy.

More than just a design feature
Because of this flexibility and the severely improved aesthetic it brings along with it, any company would benefit greatly from this trend. With the improved look, customers are sure to flock to the added green in these spaces, adding not only green to the buildings but also to the business owner's wallets.

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