Vertical Gardens

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Vertical gardens help to reduce the carbon footprint of a building by filtering pollutants and carbon dioxide out of the air, which also benefits those working nearby as the quality of the air is improved.

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Jayke Tazzyman

Jayke Tazzyman

@Jayke Tazzyman - 23day(s) ago

JasonL sells high quality components. Communication at every point of the transaction and delivery process. I opted for only delivery, very fast. Arrived...

Chris Winfield-Blum

Chris Winfield-Blum

@Chris Winfield-Blum - 25day(s) ago

Order process was simple, delivery was fast and the quality of my product (draft chair) was so much better than the rubbish I...

Melanie Anderegg

Melanie Anderegg

@Melanie Anderegg - 25day(s) ago

The selection of chairs is great. I bought the Rosella Mesh chair for my office at home and I love it. It’s the...

Customers Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are vertical gardens effective?

    Vertical gardens don't just look good; they do good for the planet as well! Vertical gardens help to reduce the carbon footprint of a building by filtering pollutants and carbon dioxide out of the air, which also benefits those living nearby as the quality of the air is improved.
  • Why should I invest in a vertical garden?

    They save space, allow you extra mobility, give you many planting options, and improve your home, among other advantages.
  • Are vertical gardens hard to maintain?

    Vertical gardens are generally easier to maintain than a regular garden. Physically, working at eye level will just be easier than having to bend over. Also, the fact that the plants are in containers means you'll need to devote less time to fighting pests and disease.