I am getting involved with a group of students (14 -18 years old) who are looking to create a living wall out of old pallet boards. I have conducted a great deal of research on the internet and have seen garden designs that are both stunning and architecturally magnificent. However well beyond their means and abilities at this stage to create can any of you suggest a good link to do further research and what type of plants do well in a vertical wall?
I actually met yesterday with a company who specialize in living wall design. They are very scientifically minded and are even looking at developing an aquaponic living wall system! anyhow I will be in touch with them next week and ask for their advice (don’t worry – I will mention limited means and abilities 🙂 )
Do you think if this vertical gardening will work for a condo?
I was hoping to grow a vegetable garden in my new condo in Richmond Hill. I am planning to grow it in the balcony of the condo. But after reading this thread, I think I should grow one in my condo too. I have a plain wall in my condo, which I was thinking of repainting with some eye-catching and a well appealing colour, that wouldn’t affect the subtlety of the whole condo. But now, I guess vertical gardening would be the best option for the wall.
But I am not sure if I will be able to like @jen specified- https://www.rubenshotel.com/about/the-living-wall
Are there any other good ideas for a vertical garden for condos?
Also, it would be of great help, if someone could suggest me some vegetables that I could easily grow on the balcony or any other area in my condo.