Love. How would you plant a vertical space?
nice collection of pots and vertical garden
Wall garden and the red wall behind, the selection
2. Use vertical space. Low-growing chartreuse plants enliven a living wall, complementing the greenish blues of the glazed pottery in this patio at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. I love how the cool greens pop against the red corrugated siding.
succulents vertically is using a Living Wall Planter from Bright Green. Bright Green sells planters with a moisture mat that keeps watering simple and doesn't require removing the frame from the wall.
A planted canvas of succulents, designed by Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco, is framed as fine art
wall garden. As intricate and beautiful as a work of art, a wall-mounted garden can be the focal point of a patio. Try your hand at a smaller-scale version or hire a pro to design something similar to what is shown here.