How to Create an Indoor Vertical Garden for a Bold Entrance

Embodying springtime all year round, adding a unique touch to a feature…

How to Create an Indoor Vertical Garden for a Bold Entrance

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Embodying springtime all year round, adding a unique touch to a feature wall and creating a personalised Eden - vertical gardens are a stunning and fresh interior design for the home.

Embodying springtime all year round, adding a unique touch to a feature wall and creating a personalised Eden - vertical gardens are a stunning and fresh interior design for the home.

The up-keep

It may seem like a hard task tending to indoor vertical gardens. However, they are easier than ever to add to the home. Specialised structures which hold the plants are available with inbuilt automated watering systems. This makes caring for indoor plants completely hassle-free.

An array of companies offer pre-made designs, which only require a blank wall to be set up. Otherwise, customised options are available for those looking for something a little different.

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The plants

Picking the right plants for your indoor garden is an important step to both maximise the beauty and to create an easy to care for garden.

Bromeliads are a good choice for vertical gardens as they require little soil to grow, and have year-round blooms. The rich, colourful plants are known for being easy to grow and maintain.

The Japanese Iris is a stunning choice for the indoor vertical garden. The flower has elegant, cascading green leaves which compliments the feature piece, and in the spring blossoms flowers in shades of purple and blue adding an accent of colour.

For sunny spots, Ficus leaf lends itself well to indoor vertical gardens. The bright green leaves provide a breath of fresh air to the room and grow well in the structure.

The result

If your indoor vertical garden doesn't receive plenty of sunlight, the Laurel leaf may be your best bet. The plant thrives in cooler settings, and due to its small diameter, Laurel leaves can give the perception of looking fuller - which works great for the indoor garden.

For a unique touch, herbs such as thyme, sage and rosemary all grow well in a vertical garden, putting a new spin on home-grown herb gardens.

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