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Irrigation and irrigation systems for vertical garden forms
In most cases, a vertical structure takes place without earth or very little Earth, which means that no or hardly any water can be stored. In order to prevent dehydration, an appropriate irrigation system must be used.

Tip: with the use of moss species, the natural function of water storage can be used. To do this, plant water-storing moss species to avoid excessive watering.

Otherwise, systems with droplet irrigation prove themselves. These feed the water from a storage tank directly into the substrate or rock wool layer, which sucks up and supplies the plants with liquid over a longer period of time.

Automatic systems fill up the rock wool whenever it has dried out. With high-quality irrigation systems, the intensity and frequency can be regulated. If you do not want to invest the relatively high acquisition costs for this, consider traditional methods.

Integrate cotton threads into the top layer, which you end up in a water reservoir. They act like Wicks by dragging the water into the rock wool layer.

Automatic irrigation systems are also suitable for other types of vertical gardens such as plant bags, boxes and pots. Or you pour manually. If you no longer reach the vessels with your Arm when planting heights rise, use a watering Rod. Keep in mind that each plant species has its own demands on the water supply.

Real and suitable plants for vertical gardens
Before you create your vertical garden, select the appropriate location. This determines which plant species you use later. Succulents and most herbs, for example, prefer a sunny Stand. These include::

Fat hen
Also suitable are low sun-hungry perennials such as:

Women’s coat
Stone Aster
Carpet Phlox
Fragrant Garden Carnations
Ground Cover-Carnation

They may also be a bit windy. The Goldtaler sets bright yellow accents in the sunny vertical garden

With low grasses like the bearskin grass they loosen up the planting. With Sedum blends, you can also make your living mural interesting, especially since most species Bloom and depending on the species in different colors, shapes, Heights and at different times.

Mosses and ferns, on the other hand, love the shade and partial shade. The latter present comparatively much leaf mass, yet their fronds appear filigree. A beautiful contrast to their dark green leaves form, among other things, colorful sparks, which look attractive even outside their flowering period.

You should be able to provide these plants with a sufficiently large wall surface so that they come into their own. For Indoor use, choose either outdoor species that tolerate heat and dry air, such as wild strawberry or indoor plants that are suitable for vertical planting, such as Tillandsia, which you do not plant, but fix on the grid.

You can also attach them to roots that you attach to the scaffold. Instead of watering them, sprinkle the plants with lime-free water, which you previously bring to room temperature.

Room Ferns, cactuses or bromeliads are available for the vertical garden in the room in a variety of choices. To achieve a 3D effect, vary the heights of the plants.

In the case of bromeliads, when inserting them into the rock wool layer, you must make sure that they are slightly oblique. Because you should pour these exclusively into your leaf funnels. However, the administered water must not run out again. When selecting plants for the vertical room garden, also distinguish the application area.

Not all plants thrive equally well in every room. And not everyone wants to find them everywhere. Those who evaporate a lot of water would raise the humidity in the bedroom too much, so that there is a risk of mold formation.

Cacti it is too damp in the bathroom. Where you want to work and think in peace, you might feel disturbed by strongly scented species. For the study, you should prefer to choose plant species that clean the air.
Among these is the green lily. It is also suitable for vertical planting. If too many offshoots form on it over time, simply cut them off with a knife. You can re-place them elsewhere or in the pot and let them take root. Or you can create the next living wall with them.

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