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  • Lindy Asimus

    Parking station wall - Marche des Halles [Avignon] Another fabulous living wall design by Patrick Blanc, this creation illustrates that not only are urban vertical gardens ecologically beneficial but they can also prove to be highly artist creations as well. The ingenious design means that no soil is required and the careful selection of plants means that maintenance is kept to a minimum.

  • Joy Atwood

    Vertical Garden Wall

  • Ross Mitchell

    Its like Architecture and Landscape Architecture had a beautiful, inspired baby. Fantastic!

  • Great Garden Supply

    Patrick Blanc overgrows the vertical surfaces of buildings in the most beautiful way. What he creates is far away from any fancy horticultural show, his Vertical Garden could rather be called eco-art, or greener architecture consisting of a variety of plants trailing gently up any interior or outside wall. Imagine the Hanging Gardens of ancient Babylon but this time on modern concrete buildings.

  • Ann Moore-Spencer

    vertical wall gardens; living wall

  • Anne Hyvärinen

    green wall | Vertical Gardens - Living Walls

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“In any city, all over the world, a naked wall can be turned into a Vertical Garden and thus be a valuable shelter for biodiversity. It’s also a way to add nature to the daily life of city inhabitants” ~ Patrick Blanc

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